Summary: This is the ultimate Zelda game for gameboy. I have lots of Zelda games like Four Swords and The Fhantom Hourglass but this game definetly rules.there are many reasons for this,like how long it is.Or how the sound track ranges from the original nes 2 new songs.And even the charecters and there abilites rule.Im not playing the game right now but im pretty sure theres 12 weapons.
Summary: I loved this game because it had some of the original zelda puzzles with some new ones two. Some parts though were lame because they were no different the other Zeldas. The other old parts were only similar. I decided to buy this game because it was another great sounding Zelda game. So if you loved the original Zeldas but think they could use some spicing up The Legend of Zelda the Minish Cap is the game for you.
Summary: This game is a great game for all Zelda fans. The concept and story line of the game make every part of it fun and exciting and the villan is fresh and original. Even though the game is fun and original it wears on me after a while. The begining of the game starts out great but as the game progresses it gets a little tiresome. Overall I would say this game is great but the replay value is not so great.
Summary: I'm a 19 year old girl,and for christmas last year, I asked for a gameboy advanced...sad? yes, but i HAD to try out this zelda!! i'm a massive zelda fan and I have been since I was 5. Anyway, I wasn't disapointed with this game! it is very hard at times, and to be honest yes i did have to look up a walkthrough to do certain bit's ! I spent about two weeks to complete it which I thought was a shame as it could of done with being a little bit longer!
Christopher C. Stevens "happyaslarry", amazon.co.uk
5 June 2005
Summary: This is definatelly a great game, worthy of the zelda title. This game is very entertaining, the dungions are fun and the kinstone fusion adds more to the game, but the reason i have only given it 4 stars is because the map is far too small, which destroys the feeling of exploration. Also the puzzles really are incredably easy (excluding the end boss) and need next to no thought at all, as someone, or thing, always gives you the answer.
Excerpt: "...such cartridge is Zelda and The Minish Cap, the latest in the Zelda series of games. I got hooked on Zelda back on the SNES when it was Zelda: A Link to the Past. Terrific stuff. Totally involving gameplay right from the get go. From there, I had flirtations with versions on the original Game Boy, “Link’s Awakening” on the Nintendo 64 with “Ocarina of Time” and more recently “Wind Waker” on the Game cube. All brilliant adventures and I whole heartedly ...
Summary: ...that somehow, once you save inside a dungeon, you cannot go back. Particularly inconvenient when you've opened the left door first, instead of the right one, for example. It's especially a shame considering such a high quality plot and graphics. Aside from that, this game is extremely playable (Kinstones, as one example) and for other Zelda fans, one that you cannot do without in your collection.
Summary: I've been a fan of the Zelda games for as long as I can remember - growing up with nintendo systems I of course grew up with the tales of young underdogs overcoming all odds to rescue the Princess of Hyrule. Zelda games usually follow suit of this plot (as does Minish Cap) and the main concepts that make all zelda games intreguing - puzzles, items, bosses, and interaction.