Reviews and Problems with The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks
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Its kinda zelda
Keshi Nguyen "Nugget", Amazon
7 September 2012
Summary: I love Zelda, and if you loved Wind Waker and Phantom Hourglass, then I think you'll like this too. Its fun but parts of it I feel could have been better. I don't regret getting it because I had been waiting forever to play it.
Summary: Note: I don't believe in bad Zelda games. First of all, Spirit Tracks doesn't quite give you that Zelda feel, I mean if you've played Twilight Princess or Ocarina in time you'll probably find Spirit Tracks is strange. Plus, in all the world is very similar to Phantom Hourglasses.
Summary: Game was pretty good. It used your cookie cutter story line of Zelda getting into trouble and you having to save her... for the millionth time. Although the premise of the game is the same, the way it's presented is a breath of fresh air.
Summary: Being a Zelda fan my self I was not only anticipating this game but also loving it already.So as all my reviews are set out, let's begin with the: -Story; This Zelda title is set early on in Serie's time-line,the story follows a young boy named Link(well actually what you get to name him),he wants...
Pros: Amazing visuals, Epic boss fights, Innovative concepts
Good, but essentially more Phantom Hourglass. Nintendo needs to return to its roots.
Gabe, Game Informer
27 May 2011
Summary: First, I would like to say that I am a huge fan of The Legend of Zelda and wholeheartedly enjoy Spirit Tracks. That said, this game was not on par with the series. It's world is very similar to that of Phantom Hourglass in terms of exploration, which is virtually nonexistant.
Summary: Okay, honestly, when are they going to give up? Really think about it. How many Zelda games have been made? It's starting to turn into the Final Fantasy Series, and people still don't think they've done enough.
linktriforce...ridin in the roflcopter, Game Informer
23 February 2010
Summary: The legend of zelda spirt tracks does deliver on good gameplay, though it does not impress. i have been a long time zelda fan and this game should be called the legend of zelda the same old same old
Excerpt: Choo it over One thing I will happily admit is that I’m a total geek for “The Legend of Zelda” games. I have a problem. It’s well known and occasionally fuelled by my partner (Allan) and friends buying me Zelda related products.
Pros: much better graphics and gameplay, plenty to do
Excerpt: The only Zelda games I haven’t played are the Gameboy Advanced series. As a huge fan, I would recommend this game whole heartedly to other fans. If you are a Zelda fan, but haven’t played the other DS game, Phantom Hourglass, I would recommend both of them.
Pros: Great story, easy to play, colourful, large, long, lots to do,
Cons: expensive, train can get tedious, some difficult parts, some poor graphics
Excerpt: Like all of the zelda games on all platforms, spirit tracks is very playable, with lots of puzzles to solve, cool weapons to use and difficult battles to fight. Like the phanthom hourglass Link must get around the world using a means of transport (in this case its a steam train).
Pros: Uses all of the consoles features (except DSi Camera), Very Playable