Reviews and Problems with Freshly-Picked Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland
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10 June 2013
Summary: A game from Zelda. A pity it didn't arrived for the Americas, as I needed to play it and my japanese is bad I went for the European version. A must play game with some unique elements, a lot of fun things, related to the Zelda franchise and rare to find in the Americas.
Summary: As this was an imported title, I was originally a bit worried that it would all be in Japanese! -Don't worry, it's not!! The game plays in English without having to edit any settings. (so it probably automatically detects which language your DS Console uses).
Summary: This game doesn't fulfill it's potential. Quirky characters, story and game play are all great in principle but for me it doesn't deliver. I admit I haven't gotten very far into the game - but I hope you'll understant that this counts towards the review.
Summary: An engaging little game which gets progressively harder as it goes on. Basically you are trying to reach Rupee land, which is a kind of seventh heaven in Tingle's world. You do this via a tower which you feed with rupees to make it grow.
Summary: Such was the dislike of Tingle amongst North Americans that Eiji Aonuma decreed that he be removed from any future Zelda games. Which seemed a bit harsh at the time and has backfired quite magnificently with the character being granted his own full blown spin-off.
Summary: Since his first appearance in Majoras Mask, Americans have shown such hatred towards the character that he was removed from the series altogether, with a few a cameos left in. Tingle however was so popular in Japan that Vanpool created this Freshly-Picked Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland, and I would like to...
Excerpt: First appearing in Majora's Mask on the N64 and given more screentime in the Wind Waker, Tingle has certainly made a lasting impression on Zelda players. At best annoying and at worst just a bit too much on the sinister side the grown man dressed up in a pixie outfit and with a soft spot for rupees...
Pros: Quite quirky | Lots to do
Cons: Hard to control | Dungeons quite simple | The bartering