Reviews and Problems with The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks
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5 May 2010
Summary: This game was a traditional zelda game, minus all the heart that generally goes into in :/ you get the typical reason to go questing, followed by some dungeons combined with a mix off new and old items. Other than that there was nothing special about it. No little surprises you can side-quest for, or anything that stands out besides some bunnies you shoot at..... As far as Gameboy experience goes, they've falled far from where they were on the GBC.
Summary: According to the TV advert "If you enjoyed Professor Layton, you will enjoy this" Unfortunately this is not true. I enjoyed Professor Layton but this is not the same at all. There is a fair amount of puzzle solving but this is built within a storyline where you have to fight enemies which is not something that I enjoy. This part is also very difficult for an older player and I lost interest.
The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks (DS): You choo-choo-chose this game? Big mistake.
20 January 2010
Summary: Spirit Tracks is the spiritual sequel to the last Legend of Zelda DS game, Phantom Hourglass. It tells the story of rookie train driver, Link, who gets stuck with the soul of Princess Zelda after the villain steals her body in an attempt to resurrect and ancient evil. Together, they must travel to the various temples strewn across the land in order to restore the Spirit Tracks. Pretty standard Zelda plot by this point in the series.
Pros: Decent plot and fun boss fights
Cons: Simple puzzles, characters you don't care about, repetitive, those damn train sections
Summary: Mon Dieu, quelle honte ce jeu. Marrant jusqu'à ce qu'on ait fini le 1er étage de la tour centrale, on s'ennuie directement à partir du moment où l'on doit se rendre au deuxième donjon. Répétitif à fond, tant dans la quête principale que les quêtes annexes (heureusement que 2-3 sont assez originales). Puis c'est chiant. Le train est ennuyant à force, la tour, ça devient très vite de la mauvaise qualité, Zelda en armure, c'est cool mais c'est un mollusque.