Legendary DXP Deckbuilding Game

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3.9
779 reviews
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

The bestselling Legendary® Deckbuilding Game has gone digital! Experience Legendary with your friends like never before; same great board game, a brand new fantasy.

Welcome to the fantastical world of Alamyth where you can recruit all new legendary heroes and fight the terrifying forces of evil. Visit all new landscapes of Alamyth such as the Firelands and fight the likes of The Leprechaun Henchmen and the evil villain, Ernak The Lethal. Just beware, if the Mastermind, Terriskai: Terror Of The Skies completes his evil scheme, everyone loses.

Play and unlock in-game cosmetics like rare card animations, avatars, game boards, card sleeves, emotes and many more items to show off your legendary skills. Cosmetic upgrades are also available to purchase using in-game currency earned through gameplay or additional in-app purchases.

Game Modes include:
- Story Campaign: Progress through the campaign story mode
- Co-operative: Help each other defeat the mastermind!
- Special Raid Events
- Gauntlet: Sabotage your opponents for the highest victory points.
- Vs Friends: Invite and play with friends
- Training: Learn the cards on your own time

Join our community and the game development team on Discord: https://discord.gg/9hPNcd4
Updated on
Sep 27, 2021

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3.9
779 reviews
Organous
July 4, 2020
This is the most mixed review I could possibly make. I am a big fan of the Legendary deck building game in its physical version. That one is mostly Marvel, but it branched off into all sorts of other licenses, too. This app is a good chunk of the base game plus a little more, with everything re-skinned to be a generic fantasy theme. That's fine, licensing agreements can make things really rocky, so keeping it to a generic theme helps you keep it going forever. When the base content includes Avengers, X-Men, Spider-Man, and Dr. Doom, from BEFORE the big acquisition, that would certainly make things difficult. To what the game actually is, I would say this is one of the best *systems* for a deck building game. It's immensely customizable. A random mastermind is trying to accomplish a random scheme, with random villains stomping through the city, and you recruit the skills of 5 random heroes to stop them (or all the randomness can be picked, which I usually do). Stars are used to recruit new heroes, claws used to punch stuff, punch the Mastermind 4 times to win. Cool, neat. It's a fun game to play, admittedly a bit diminished by the now generic fantasy theme, but I really enjoy playing it. For as fun as the game is though, there's a lot of problems. This game is SUPER glitchy! It's so glitchy, it has a "force refresh" option to quickly reboot things. That's a really bad look. Some scenarios can't even be saved by that! The campaigns are also effectively a puzzle with heavy RNG, so even if you've figured out the ideal strategy, you could just end up not allowed to win. I've lost to RNG far more times than I've won in the single-player campaigns. I don't recommend them. The theming is also pretty bad. Most of the villain groups are just one enemy, and the cards represent different aspects of that enemy. They don't feel like villains rampaging through the city, so when one escapes, I feel very little is lost. It doesn't feel like I'm really accomplishing as much when I'm effectively just "wounding" a villain instead of totally beating them. The henchmen are all just 10 copies of the same generic mini-villain, so they work out fine. However, the overall game is workable. For being a FTP game, it ain't terrible. Ok, the "force restart" is annoying, but it's still a way to play Legendary with your friends. That function on its own makes this worth a try. Just stay away from the single-player campaigns and you'll be fine. Content is still rather light as of this writing, but that's coming from someone who owns all the Marvel content in the physical game. I'm sure there's some shock factor involved in coming down to such a smaller variety. There's enough here to make each game at least interesting, so while I have reservations, this game is still a decent pick-up. ^^^ The above was mostly taken from my Steam review. Since that writing, this game has introduced epic masterminds. Most of the time in the physical game, epic masterminds are just so ridiculously overwhelming that I have trouble imagining any scenario that could beat them, but here, we finally have epic versions of the basic masterminds. I am extremely upset that you are forced to purchase that with real money. It's the only object that can't be purchased with in-game currency. It does not indicate health for the game (get the thing to stop glitching and maybe I'll support it). If nothing else, it gives you a basis for transferring those effects into the physical game. I appreciate that much.
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Chris Tafoya
May 31, 2021
I've never played the board game and new to the deck building genre but I think I'm finally getting the hang of it lol... I've ran into a few bugs but hasn't ruined the game play (as far as I can tell, still learning so unsure)... I'm not sure if I'm missing something but feels like there should be more of a selection of villians, rather small decks you play with while in a match... and would love to see some more animations, sounds and events... As well as restocking the store/market....:)
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The Upper Deck Company
September 13, 2021
Thank you for your review! If you have any suggestions on how we could improve and enhance your user experience, please don't hesitate to share them with us. Keep in mind you can play through other game modes and make your very own setups! And yes, more content coming!
Robert Hendrickson
August 9, 2021
The regular Legendary game lets you chose what heroes you play with. This games doesn't give you a choice. Minus 2 stars. The only way you can get ahead in the game is to 'pay to play'. Minus 2 stars. I really like the game, but with these screw-ups, the game loses uts fun really quickly. Perhaps when these problems are fixed, then I will re-install this game.
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The Upper Deck Company
September 13, 2021
Hi Robert! Did you try the other game modes? Campaign has premade setups, but Training and Vs Friends you can modify the setup just like standard Legendary. We would love to hear from you about how you are seeing it as pay to win. Is it the energy system? If you could reach out to us via email I would love to get more of your feedback.

What's new

All new Lore and card viewer added
New item preview system
Tournament mode for events
Updated Silver Shop
Updated item names
Added event card sleeves
Various bug fixes