That's funny. Legends DOES remind me of Gotham Knights, what with its very different artistic styles and interpretations of Batman. I think MS and 343 would have been better off handing off that project to an American animation studio. I've never liked manga that much; one of the main reasons being that I find the quirky (and I might even say LAZY) Japanese animation style at odds with what I grew up with (i.e., western/american animation). The other is the annoying Japanese quirks (for example, exaggerated dialogue or expressions and overly-stylized depictions of bodies -- be it male or female) that sometimes make my eyes roll at what I'm seeing onscreen. EDIT: moosemousse: You CAN complete coop campaign challenges offline, but it's a bit of a pain to do so. First, it's better if you have a buddy at hand that can help you out and a spare controller. Bad news is that the offline coop mode is splitscreen, as in previous games. If you don't have a buddy at hand but do have a spare controller, you may still connect it and the game will create a temporary profile (which I'll refer to as the "dummy" from here on). You can play and leave the dummy in place, but if you get killed at a farther portion of the current map of the level and the dummy is still in the starting position, you'll respawn right next to it and will have to haul ass back to where you got killed, so you have to pickup the second controller and move the dummy so it'll be as close to you as possible or otherwise alternate your playthrough with either your character or the dummy. Just keep playing that way until you finish the mission and any coop challenge will be succesfully completed.