Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review X-Men: Legends for the PlayStation 2. This game follows the story of a young mutant named Alison Crestmere (Magma) as she helps the X-Men save the world from Magneto as well as from General William Kincaid.
The protagonists in this game are comprised of Alison Crestmere (Magma)(mutant power: the ability to Manipulate and Control volcanic activity and Lava skin), Scott Summers (Cyclops)(mutant power: Optic Energy Blasts), Logan (Wolverine)(mutant powers: Accelerated Healing, Heightened Senses and Adamantium Claws), Hank McCoy (Beast)(mutant powers: SuperHuman Strength, Speed and Agility), Peter Rasputin (Colossus)(mutant powers: Super Strength and Titanium skin), Emma Frost (White Queen)(mutant powers)(Telepathy and Diamond skin), Remy LeBeau (Gambit)(mutant power: Kinetic abilities), Bobby Drake (Iceman)(mutant powers: the ability to Generate and Manipulate ice/Ice skin), Jean Grey (mutant power:Telepathy and Telekinesis), Jubilation Lee (Jubilee)(mutant powers: PyroKinetic abilities), Kurt Wagner (Nightcrawler)(mutant power: line-by-sight Teleportation), Elizabeth Braddock (Psylocke)(mutant powers: Telekinesis, Telepathy and PsychoKinetic Manipulation), Anna Marie (Rogue)(mutant power: the ability to absorb the memories, abilities & powers of those she touches) & Charles Xavier (Professor X)(mutant power: Telepathy).
The antagonists in this game are comprised of General William Kincaid, Erik Lehnsherr (Magneto)(mutant power: the ability to Manipulation and Control metal), Raven Darkholme (Mystique)(mutant power: Shape-Shifting abilities) & Shadow King (mutant powers: Telepathy as well as Possessing others).
In conclusion, This game follows a new chapter in the lives of the X-Men in their quest to protect humanity (Humans & Mutants).