Summary: I have always been a huge fan of the Zelda franchise this game is definitely different. Never has Zelda tagged along on an adventure so its been interesting. I will say this I do find a little annoying how you can get stuck between two of the evil engines on the tracks and then you get blown up and a game over... But all in all its a devent Zelda game.
Summary: I'm a die-hard Legend of Zelda fan but even I had my doubts when 'The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks' came out. I was kind of disappointed by the use of trains yet also glad that the franchise was moving forwards in time, instead of seemingly being stuck in the same era. My friend bought this and let me play it for a little bit and that's when I realized it might not be as horrid as I first presumed. I bought my own copy and was hooked.
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. It's very easy to play, all you have to do is slide the stylus on the screen, but some times that can be annoying, like in the overly-easy final boss fight.
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. I liked how the game utilized your stylus for all the movement and actions throughout the game. Cons: I did not like some of the tedious aspects like the long train rides.
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 to become a train engineer and since he's completed his training he know needs to go to Castle Hyrule and collect his graduation certificate from Princess Zelda.After...
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. There is essentially no overworld to explore, and the towns and sanctuaries offer very little exploration possibility.
Summary: This game worked as soon as i put it in. The cartridge is in good shape. It reminds me of phantom hourglass and other zelda games like windwaker and even a link to the past in a way. The service was good too. Thanks again.
Summary: If you have a kids who love trains, this game will allow them to feel they are driving a train. Parts of the game will be hard for the very young and you may need to help them solve the puzzles and do battles, but my 9 year old has been able to manage this game by himself for quite a while, and he LOVES driving that train!