NERF Legends Review (PlayStation 5)
It’s time to mount up! This NERF Legends Review will thrust you into a futuristic, sci-fi world where you’ll come face-to-face with legions of robot enemies and ultimate boss masters.
NERF Legends Review Pros:
- Nice graphics.
- 7.66GB download size.
- Platinum trophy.
- First-person shooter gameplay.
- Optional tutorial scenarios.
- Controller settings – Invert axis, vibration, aim assist and running toggle or hold.
- A single-player mode is a group of levels split across a handful of locations.
- The campaign is you doing a series of events and taking on the CPU.
- Highly detailed NERF guns.
- You can unlock new customizable options for your guns and characters including unlocking new guns and melee weapons.
- You have melee, slide, crouch, double jump abilities from the off.
- Simple controls.
- Multiplayer allows you to host or join matches.
- Every gun feels different and some have scopes.
- The shield allows you to reflect gunfire.
- Earn Bronze, Silver, and Gold medals for your score on each campaign level.
- 17 guns and 3 melees.
- Online has four game modes – team NERF out, NERF siege, Golden Dart, and Solo NERF out.
- Ten online maps.
- Online supports up to 8 players.
- Hosting allows you to set up a name and password for the lobby.
- You can upgrade your gun’s stats and power.
- Earn NERF tokens by playing the modes.
- Tight controls and the movement feels good.
- There are some good ideas.
NERF Legends Review Cons:
- Could never find a multiplayer match.
- The text and icons are really small.
- It’s not always clear what or where you have to go.
- Takes ages to unlock weapons.
- Takes a long time to earn credits for upgrading.
- The combat is very basic.
- Enemies drop health making you near Invincible.
- Bad level design.
- Infuriating jump sections.
- Enemies all look the same.
- I think it has a story but it’s messy.
- Annoying noise that plays every time you pick up a health pack.
- Ammo is limited with very few pick-ups.
- You don’t have special moves or throwing items like grenades.
- Turrets are just bullet sponges.
- Enemies are the same color as the levels.
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- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 6/106/10
- Accessibility - 7/107/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 7/107/10
Honestly, I thought this was going to be a crack at a COD for kids type deal, I mean it would make sense. To be clear it’s a very simple shooter that plays as such. The NERF guns do look awesome mind each has a unique feel and reloading animation but all you have is your NERF guns. You can carry two and a pistol along with a melee weapon so there is a lot of choices but it’s just bizarre, I mean you have no grenades or big powerful weapons and when the enemies are full-on bullet sponges it does make it all quite tedious for you seem to be made of glass. I can see the ideas in here I really can, they add in different modes like horde or boss fights so it does mix it up but it’s just tedious. The gunplay is just OK but the actual movement is solid and actually really good that’s what makes it all quite annoying. The game is fine for kids in groups of friends or players who want a more simpler approach to shooters. For me, NERF is a miss but it came so close to being a good thing.