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  • Summary: One to four players pit themselves against the vile demon Skorne and his rampaging armies. Save the realms using power-ups, magic spells and items of legend at your disposal. Increase your character's abilities as you play in preparation for the final confrontation--Skorne himself!
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  1. Coin-ops need to be easily approachable and need to produce an immediate satisfaction while home games need to have lengthy play-life with a long-term sense of growth and development. Legends manages to be a good (but not great) example of both of these styles of gameplay and have melded them successfully into a neat hybrid.
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    The best thing about Gauntlet is the bountiful quantity of secrets and extras. Four secret areas exist within the 20 levels, and each rewards you with a secret character, if you can beat it in the required time limit.
  3. While there are some interface qualms, the game is a lot of fun to play if you enjoy mindless shooting against hordes of creatures. Users looking for the complete four-player experience should consider the Nintendo 64 or Dreamcast version of the game, as the PlayStation version only supports two players at once.
  4. Precisely good for two-player gaming; nothing more, and not much less.
  5. A let-down of legendary proportions. It’s a resurrected beast of the gaming world, only rather than being intact and brilliantly playable, it’s rotting and bits are falling off in large chunks.
  6. Gauntlet Legends wasn't a particularly good arcade game, and it's just as bad on the PlayStation.
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