Legendary (previously known as Legendary: The Box) is a first-person shooter video game developed by Spark Unlimited and published in the United States by Gamecock Media Group and in the United Kingdom by Atari.
The game takes place in New York City and London. The protagonist is a professional thief named Charles Deckard, who is hired by a mysterious organization known as the Black Order to steal an artifact from a New York museum which turns out to be the fabled Pandora's Box. Unaware of the Box's nature, Deckard opens it, unleashing all kinds of mythological creatures rampaging throughout the world, as well as granting him a strange power (the Signet) which could be the key to resolving this crisis. It's up to Deckard and a secret paramilitary force to set things right, while the Black Order seeks to acquire the Signet and control the creatures to conquer the world.
The game features both single-player and multiplayer modes, although very few players have been found to be playing online.
This game was OK. I admit I have only played about 1/3 of the game, and I returned it, but that's because I wasn't in a FPS mood and it's an FPS. Controls actually came to me pretty quick. Decent story, amazing concept, not so great game, and I like the in-game music.
Only problem is how frustratingly difficult some things are to kill because they jump around so much and the look sensitivity is not adjustable. It got really low reviews, but I think it deserved at least a LITTLE better.