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The Legend of Zelda Four Swords Adventures
Family Friendly Gaming
3 January 2016
Excerpt: The Legend of Zelda Four Swords Adventures feels like a hand held video game on the home console. Part of that has to do with the Gameboy Advance (GBA) connectivity. Four players can play on four different screens.
The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures – Review
16 August 2005
Excerpt: Yes, I know it's a multiplayer game. No, I didn't play it with anyone else. I've finished just about every Zelda game out there, so I figured I'd give this one a whirl too, "connectivity" be damned. If you can handle a review written from this perspective, then please read on.
The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures Review
2 June 2005
Excerpt: Some things in life are indelible: birthmarks, the wine spilled on your favourite white shirt, and a childhood love of Nintendo. No amount of expensive dry-cleaning or laser surgery seems able to remove these stains, or make one forget the sheer ecstasy of playing Super Mario World at the age of...
The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures (GameCube) Review
1 May 2005
Summary: The Zelda series has barely strayed from its straight-up Action RPG confines, with the only alterations of consequence coming in the form of the 'black sheep' of the family, Zelda II, and those CD-i titles from Philips.
Excerpt: A long time ago, an evil wind wizard named Vaati threatened all of Hyrule. But a brave hero dared to stand against him, armed with the mystical ?Four Sword?, Link was made into four fighters, and had overcame Vaati, sealing him away in a distant realm.
Gamecube Review - 'Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures'
17 December 2004
Excerpt: Genre: Action/Adventure Publisher: Nintendo Developer: Nintendo Release Date: June 7, 2004 Buy 'LEGEND OF ZELDA: Four Swords Adventures': GameCube If you don’t have three friends with four GBAs between you, you might as well stop reading.
Excerpt: Picture a group of Nintendo game designers in a room. Ignore the actual names of said designs. One turns to the other and says "Hey, Zelda is a hit series, but only one person can play it at a time." Another counters "Until now!" At that point,
Excerpt: The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures is a delightful diversion from the Zelda mythos. Turns out a sorcerer named Vaati is trying to break free from his imprisonment, whilst a Shadow Link is causing all sorts of trouble all over Hyrule.