The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass (DS) - Review
7 April 2009
Excerpt: The Legend of Zelda series is one that is characterized by an evolution of gameplay mechanics and ideas, with only one or two exceptions to this rule. The first game laid out the groundwork, Link to the Past introduced the dual world mechanic, Ocarina of Time showed how puzzle solving logic changed in three dimensions, on and on.
Excerpt: Last Christmas, Nintendo's DS handheld was home to a bevy of exciting new releases, including Brownie Brown's first Magical Vacation game in English, Magical Starsign. It was a decent RPG with one fatal flaw - it featured 100% touch screen controls. Gamers had already been complaining about DS games with tacked on touch screen features, and for a lot of people, Magical Starsign was the last straw.
The Legend of Zelda: The Phantom Hourglass (DS) Review
29 March 2008
Summary: It is nice to finally have a “Zelda” game on my DS. The game isn’t the best thing ever; however, it is very enjoyable in its own right. This is a must buy for any fan of adventure games, Zelda, or the DS in general.
NDS Review - 'The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass'
21 December 2007
Summary: Featuring intuitive touch-screen controls and innovative puzzles, The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass offers new challenges for fans of the series and an easy-to-grasp introduction for gamers new to The Legend of Zelda.