Reviews and Problems with The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap
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17 September 2006
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Very good, but not up to the standard of Link's other 2D adventures
Trigger "I'll buy it, but I ain't playing it", amazon.co.uk
28 October 2009
Summary: An instalment in the Zelda series arriving on a Nintendo console is as inevitable as the sun rising to the East or a game with the word 'Wii' in its title selling millions of copies. After the excellent Oracles dualogy on the Game Boy Color, with this instalment Flagship and Nintendo kept the series in its 2D guise, tipping the hat to the SNES classic A Link to the Past while embracing an art style reminiscent of GameCube instalment The Wind Waker . It starts off well.
Summary: When I got this game i was hoping for lots of cool stuff but after a while its the same enimes same puzzles i liked the game at first but then i got kinda borin it was also extrimly hard at first but once i got the hand of it, it became better the graffics are the best feature in the game.
Summary: I first encountered The Legend of Zelda when played Link's Awakening all those years ago on an original Gameboy and have been hooked ever since. I even bought a Gambeboy Colour solely so I could play both the 'Oracle' games. These games were immensely satisfying with brilliant dungeons and had that something special that puts a game into the top bracket. The Minish Cap, much to my disappointment has neither of those things.
Summary: good, but like this review, far too short. Buy A Link to the Past if you don't own a GBA Zelda game. Buy Minish Cap if you need a new fix, but it is disappointingly short and easy. Certainly not a worthy sequel to A Link to the Past.