Everyone is probably familiar with the old “Boogeyman” story that parents have used for decades to get children to mind. Well, in Legena, the Boogeyman may just be real, at least someone named Scholar thinks so. Also in the history of Legena is the death of a father at the hands of his son and a whole lot of evil, black, stuff that may not stay in the past.
The graphics of Legena are somewhere around 16-bit PC gaming, not quite as good as Super Nintendo but better than the original NES. The game will progress based on choices made by you while playing and encounters on the overhead map are readily visible. Those two design choices definitely put Legena in the newer age of role playing games.