Reviews and Problems with The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks
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All Aboard for a fun new adventure!
14 August 2013
Summary: As the cover suggests, instead of sailing the seas like in the previous game this time you take on the train tracks as an engineer! So you're an engineer whose finished his training, but wait you have to get your certificate from the Princess herself! So after this and that and a whole lot of mummbo jumbo you have to restore---you guessed it! The spirit tracks! So get ready to ride the rails, invade some temples, blow into your spirit flute(with your 3DS mic!
As soon as I finished this game, I immediately wanted to start it again.
8 September 2012
Summary: What can I say? The Legend of Zelda series has always been predictably strong in terms of its innovation, level of challenge, and overall game play. Spirit Tracks is no exception. The game offers an interesting twist on the usual "walk-here, warp-there" method of navigating the world. Here, Link is a young engineer who uses a train to get around, activating more and more of the "spirit tracks" that tie the world together and contain the game's main villain.