Summary: It's funny, one description says controlling Link is easier than ever with the stylus and touch screen. YEAH RIGHT! So touching and dragging a stylus all over a touch screen to get your character to move is easier than simply using a control pad to move your character. Sorry, I wasn't born yesterday...and believe me, this feature simply makes the game totally frustrating and not enjoyable at all.
A Zelda Game Only Using A Stylus Is Not For Everyone
27 December 2012
Summary: I have been a huge Zelda fan since Ocarina of time. I played it on various gameboys, N64, Wii, and loved every minute of every one I've played (minus Majora's Mask). I picked this up not even considering I may be disappointed. The stylus is tedious, and takes the action out of the game. It would be much simpler to play the game with buttons, and I don't feel the stylus adds any bit of fun to the game, but takes away a lot.
it just killed my love of the Zelda series. oh dear.
5 March 2014
Excerpt: ===Paying Attention=== I have a little bit of an obsession. In fact, I have a few, some stranger than others. Thankfully today I'll be telling you about the more socially acceptable ones. I wouldn't say that I'm a gamer (or a Gaymer as a million horrid little gay-gamers are now proudly calling themselves, urgh, spit) but I do, very occasionally, fall madly in love with a game.
Repetitive, dull, repetitive, boring and repetitive
11 November 2009
Summary: I dont understand why this game gets so many good reviews. It has no charm and the fact that every negative review says its repetitive is a joke in and of itself. Its not just the fact that the boat parts never offer any excitement, or that the dungeon bosses offer no challenge, but rather the fact that everything is controlled by jabbing the screen with a plastic stick. You want to attack? Jab the monster with the stylus. Want to pick something up?