Review: Legendary Eleven (PlayStation 4)
Legendary Eleven is an epic arcade football game inspired by the golden age of football spanning the ’70s to the ’90s.
- Decent graphics.
- 746.6MB Download size.
- Legendary Eleven has 21 trophies.
- Three control types- Arcade, Classic and Classic 2.
- Hints- Off, Always or next game.
- Four modes- Championship, Legendary matches, friendly game and online.
- Retro 70s influenced football game.
- Championship- Africa, Asia, America, Europe, and world cup competitions.
- Three difficulties- Amateur, Beginner and legendary.
- Golden goal rule.
- Weather- Day/night, Rain and snow.
- Goal replays with full controls like rewind and fast forward.
- Fast loading times.
- Stickers- Unlock them by doing actions like score 50 goals or pass 100 times etc. You can equip stickers to improve your teams like better shots or long passes.
- Full team management.
- Online mode with match options, has create public, create private and server browser.
- High attention to detail in stadiums with nice looking crowds and billboards.
- Wide selection of moves like 1-2 pass, Through balls, Bicycle kicks, Lobs and more.
- Penalty and free kick system is a target and charge your shot control scheme which is easy to use.
- The power meter is shown top corner fills up as you play and increases your shot power. Once full you can do a special unstoppable shot.
- Fun to play.
- Good fit for the switch especially for local play.
- All teams have unique stats and work on a rating system of 1-5 stars.
- Play call outs like penalty or offside.
- Nice sound effects.
- No commentary.
- Lacks the ability to customize teams.
- Online mode is invite only.
- Controls take some getting used to. Its a case of trying out all three loadouts.
- A lot of small text.
- Not real names.
- Few dubious ref decisions.
- Players can act irrationally and erratic.
- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 7/107/10
- Accessability - 7/107/10
- Length - 8/108/10
- Fun Factor - 8/108/10
Very much a case of third time is the charm! Following a stuttered release on Nintendo switch with a few game breaking bugs,(now fixed) and an Xbox One release with online games being invite only. Legendary Eleven comes at you like a more complete package. Bugs squashed, You also get treated to a new legendary match mode and online. The gameplay remains fun and while it may not have the official names and ball the bells and whistles of a FIFA release, It does have heart and the game does play really well, Its approachable and kinda charming. One to check out for football fans looking for something different. In particular, the sticker system allows you to in essence customize your team by giving them an edge with better abilities. Super shot whilst not nice being on the end of it, Look spectacular.