The description of Logan : Legends Xmen mutation
The game begins with the Logan : Legends Xmen mutation and Brotherhood of Mutants uniting forces to save Professor X and Polaris.
Cyclops, Storm, and Wolverine meet up with Magneto, Mystique, and Sabretooth at a military prison outpost in Greenland to free Professor X.
Upon freeing him, the teams relocate to the fictional mutant haven of Genosha.
They find the island ravaged by Count forces, and work through the wreckage and find out what he was searching for.
They learn that Quicksilver was kidnapped by Apocalypse, who also kidnaps Beast from the X-Mansion.
Beast manages to point the team in the direction of the Savage Land, a secret prehistoric preserve in Antarctica.
The teams work their way through the Savage Land, temporarily hindering count plans.
Count then travels to conquer New York. The teams work at sabotaging his army and resources, but Emma Frost and Angel are kidnapped as well.
Angel is unwillingly transformed by count and Mister Sinister into Archangel, a Horsemen of Apocalypse.
He is assigned as a sentry to count tower.
The teams defeat Archangel and infiltrate the tower where they find Beast, now under the control of Mister Sinister;
he kidnaps Sabretooth and escapes with count and Mister Sinister to Egypt.
They learn that count plan is to use Polaris, Quicksilver, Emma Frost,
and Sabretooth—four mutants with what he refers to as Harmonic DNA—as part of a machine to fuel an experiment to grant him massive amounts of power.
The teams then follow count to Egypt where they defeat Mister Sinister, freeing Beast from Sinister's control.
After besting the final guard, the Living Monolith, the teams battle count and defeat him by stealing the powers from his machine.
In the final cutscene, Magneto and Professor X-men part once again as adversaries, noting that Apocalypse was defeated but not destroyed.
Beast ponders why the machine did not work properly, wondering if sabotage was a factor. As the X-Jet flies away, Sinister is seen on top of the pyramid, laughing, hinting that he sabotaged the machine.