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  • Summary: Take control of history’s greatest warriors and face the likes of Alexander the Great, Attila the Hun, Genghis Khan, Hannibal, Hernan Cortes, Shaka Zulu, Sun Tzu, Vlad the Impaler and William Wallace. With enhanced graphics and 9 arenas, new fighting options like grapples, pushes, ring outs, feints, projectile targeting, and new final strikes will expand your tactical options! Also included, a new strategy game called Generals! Players take control of the Battlefield Simulator from the TV show and play 1 of the 9 legendary warrior campaigns and unlock abilities that the actual warriors used to get an edge in battle. Expand
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  1. Jul 26, 2011
    If there's one thing I can say about Deadliest Warrior: Legends, it's that you get a hell of a lot of value for your $10.
  2. Jul 28, 2011
    Deadliest Warrior: Legends may make you laugh for a little while, but its sloppy fighting is dead on arrival.
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  1. Dec 14, 2011
    I liked it. It was a big improvement on the first game and I got my ten bucks worth in one stupid, screaming, muderfest of a game; it wasn't even that stupid. Admittedly, the ranged attacks are just a gamble (either an instant kill or a tickle) and the multiplayer doesn't even have a lobby, but I also think the option to dodge rather than block is a very good one that should be in more fighting games. Also the stamina bar is a great way to deter both turtles and the stupidly aggro(i.e. pressing the same button over and over- you know who you are!) It has just enough strategy to shame Soul Caliber and Tekken any day. Oh yeah, and dismemberment. Certainly worth the price of admission. Expand