X-Men Legends Crash the N-Gage Party
2/7/2005 6:36:00 PM
Here's something for you N-Gage fans to get excited about, Nokia sends word that it has shipped X-Men Legends
to retailers across the nation. This game is based off the console versions that took smashing office furniture to a whole new level. We had a blast with that title a couple of months back and we eagerly await this version to land in our hands.
X-Men: Legends On The N-Gage Platform Arrives To Stores
Helsinki, Feb. 7, 2005. Nokia today announced that it will be shipping X-Men: Legends, the first 3D action-RPG based on the popular Marvel characters. X‑Men: Legends challenges players to create, customize and control their favorite X-Men Super Heroes in teams of four in their ongoing battle to protect humanity from the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants and other Marvel Super Villains.
Gamers can train their X-Men squad through a variety of single player missions, as well as up to four player multiplayer missions via Bluetooth wireless technology. On the N-Gage Arena, players will be able to post high scores and download new missions and games.
â€œX-Men: Legends lets gamers enjoy the action wherever they go as well as connect and compete with fellow X-Man fans via Bluetooth and the N-Gage Arena,â€ said Pasi PÃ¶lÃ¶nen, Director, Games Publishing, Nokia. â€œThis game shows off well the mobile multiplayer features of the N-Gage platform.â€
Players can build a squad of four X-Men characters from favorites, including WolverineÃ¤, GambitÃ¤ and StormÃ¤ from the ground up and command them through an engaging story that spans the Marvel mutant universe, bringing in elements familiar to fans of the X-Men franchise.
As players tailor their Super Hero team, they can pick the different characters to use and customize them, making their team of X-Men the most powerful Super Heroes the world has ever seen.
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