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Forgotten Legions 


Forgotten Legions is scrolling strategy game. We place our troops on the screen, and they walk from right to left. Enemies appear on the screen and we have to line our troops up to destroy them. As the side scrolling levels progress our troops are being built. Once they are built we place them on the screen.

Forgotten Legions is not your typical strategy game. At times things can get going too fast - at least for this reviewer. Gamers are allowed only three mistakes in this thirteen year old and older only game. Once you make three mistakes it is level over with, and you have to restart it from the top.

The story in Forgotten Legions is pretty dark. This evil mage does all kinds of horrible things. He thinks he is doing the greater good, but I was not seeing it. We have undead, vampires, ghouls, and other frightening monsters. We get to use them to destroy others in this Nintendo DSi hand held game.

Forgotten Legions also contains enticement to lust issues in how some of the females are dressed. I could not find an option to dress them in a modest fashion. The music got repetitive, and certain sound effects were scary. At least to me. It does fit the whole monster and occult themes.

This Nintendo DSi game is kind to players in the first few levels. Then it turns up the heat. I had trouble beating the fourth level in Forgotten Legions. There were skills and concepts I did not pick up to properly progress. Forgotten Legions has nuances to the game play that take time to adapt to.

Forgotten Legions shows the player some grisly scenes - albeit in not very good detail. The heavy occult focus in the main characters storyline was shocking. Starting this hand held game out playing for the dark side was spiritually troubling to me.
- Mark


Graphics: 50%
Sound: 66%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Nintendo DSi
Publisher: Cypronia
Rating: ‘T’ - Teen
{Blood, Violence}
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