Minecraft Legends Review: A Symphony of Strategy


In a world where imagination runs wild, block by block, Minecraft has reigned supreme, captivating gamers young and old. Now, the franchise takes a bold new direction with Minecraft Legends, an RTS-MOBA fusion that harmonizes with the familiar Minecraft universe, while striking a chord with strategy enthusiasts. With a creative spin on the RTS genre and a nod to Minecraft Dungeons, Minecraft Legends sets the stage for a unique adventure, where you are the champion destined to save the kingdom from the destructive Piglin army.

Minecraft Legends introduces a fresh narrative, where you must wield the power of music to manipulate the environment, gather resources, build defenses, and assemble your army. Combining elements of Brutal Legend and Pikmin, this game streamlines resource management and focuses on combat and conflict, as you defend villages and attack Piglin strongholds. While there are preset structures to build, the game lacks the open-ended creativity of traditional Minecraft but compensates with accessible and intuitive gameplay that serves as an excellent entry point for strategy newcomers.

Your hero controls the world through the power of song, summoning a variety of Minecraft mobs, such as Golems, Creepers, and Skeletons, to aid in your battles. The campaign eases players into the game’s mechanics, gradually expanding the options and increasing the difficulty. The game is suitable for younger players, but adult assistance may be needed to navigate the numerous options and strategies.

Minecraft Legends embraces the social aspect of the franchise, offering online co-op and a Versus Mode for intense multiplayer action. While the absence of Minecraft Dungeon’s couch co-op is a missed opportunity, the game shines with its push-and-pull encounters and potential for developing team tactics. The addition of a monthly Lost Legend challenge, providing creative mini-games and rewards, promises to keep players engaged and returning for more.

Minecraft Legends artfully blends the charm of the Minecraft universe with strategy gameplay, making it an ideal entry point for fans of both genres. Although it sacrifices some of the creative freedom of its predecessors, the game compensates with streamlined, approachable mechanics, and a captivating multiplayer experience. With room for expansion and improvement, Minecraft Legends earns a well-deserved 4 out of 5 stars.

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RATING: 4.0 out of 5.0

Minecraft Legends is now available for Windows PC, Microsoft Xbox One and Series X, Sony PlayStation 4 and 5, and Nintendo Switch.

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  • Luis

    Wish I could watch these movies everyone else gets to see but I'm too busy playing games 24/7. Thanks Dad for the trust fund!

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