Excerpt: The latest release from the Legend of Zelda franchise is The Minish Cap. The story begins when the evil wizard Vaati wins a sword tournament. This earns him the right to touch an ancient box containing both monsters and a legendary sword. Vaati does more than touch the proverbial Pandora?
Excerpt: Zelda games usually enjoy a lot of hype, and justifiably so, as Nintendo’s Zelda franchise has produced some of gaming’s finest adventures, captivating players with its pure gameplay and complex, yet easy-to-follow storylines.
Excerpt: I have a confession to make: I don't think I "get" The Legend of Zelda anymore. Having played most of the titles in the series through to completion, I feel a little immune to seeing the their immense charms recycled yet again for a new generation of gamers, as they are in The Minish Cap .
Excerpt: Nintendo has truly learned how to do more than just create a new game within an established series; it has mastered the process of buffing and refining newly created adventures until they shine. Such is the case with The Legend of Zelda �EThe Minish Cap (TMC).
Excerpt: A brand new 2D Zelda is always a cause for celebration, even if it doesn't come from Nintendo. No, once again the responsibility for 2D Zelda has fallen to Capcom and much like their previous attempts, this one is rather good.
Conclusion: . The only drawback is the game play felt too easy. With the exception of the final boss, I played through the game without dying or really having any trouble. Another aspect I found annoying about this game (and perhaps the reason I got through it so easily) was when there was a pot or brick in...
Review : The Legend of Zelda : The Minish Cap for Gameboy Advance
24 January 2005
Conclusion: This is a great choice for any gamer with a GBA, Gameboy Player and a Nintendo DS. In fact I wholly recommend this game to hold over Nintendo DS owners until a new batch of games arrive for the Nintendo DS .