Reviews and Problems with The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks
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I recived a book insted of the game
11 March 2013
Summary: the image is of the game and what I received was a book, a guide It was really cheap but anyway, if you see an image of the game and the description says that is a game and you receive a book I think is not fair
So....THIS is the Unfortunate Direction They Chose to Go with HANDHELD Zeldas.
napajeni, Game Informer
9 March 2010
Summary: PREFACE: It’s not surprising that anything with Zelda in its name will inevitably receive all kinds of hype; garnering praise and all other accolades. Of course, that is only to be expected with all the fan boys running around. Sometimes, however, mistakes are made. I'll start by saying this game is yet another example of the WRONG direction to go with a franchise that was once great. Every other Zelda has that flare about them.
Conclusion: The DS is supposed to be something you can play on the go. Don't buy this game if that's what you want to do. Some sections of the game are really long and if you have to stop before the end you go back to the start. Even if you save, if you don't finish the section you'll be put back to the start. Makes it quite frustrating if you are playing it on the go and you need to stop.
Summary: I was very disapointed with this game for several reasons. The game is programed in a very linear way: you need to acomplish A and then B and Then C. Get stuck on anything, and you can't go any further. There are very few oppertunities to get extra heart-cups easily. I also had expected that it would have a difficulty level like previous games for the portable systems, but it got very hard quite fast.
Excerpt: Por juegos como este y algunos otros Zelda es que ya no soy tan fanático, antes era Fanatico a morir pero ahora no tanto, los Zelda's no son los mismos de antes, aunque igual lo jugaré pero como digo la saga ya no era como en un principio y por eso es que prefiero a los Final Fantasy's y Kingdom Hearts