Summary: First of all, there is nothing wrong with this game. It's a good solid action/RPG in the same vein as the original Legend of Zelda. I knew this going into it and was extremely excited to play a game based on such a classic. However, I quickly found myself not being very interested in playing any more. The old and outdated gameplay really doesn't hold up as well as I thought it would compared to modern games.
Summary: The game is not as great as everyone made it sound. The dungeons are fun, but the problem is the fact that the game is missing the heart and soul that Zelda has. There is no NPC character development at all, and it feels a bit like homework running errands and trying to make sure you've talked to everyone before going through to the next dungeon (the game doesn't lead you to it; it counts on your slavish re-exploring like in Nintendo days for you to stumble upon them).
Summary: Maybe I wasn't the right kind of person for this kind of game, I never really grew up with games like Zelda so I couldn't see much of the charm behind this game. For what it's worth, creating a 3d sprite character was fun and the combat mechanics were somewhat challenging (again, never played zelda).
Summary: Got it as a gift, avid gamer boyfriend seemed pretty happy with it, spent an enjoyable morning watching him play it, and had a go myself. Very easy controls and objectives, map is a little off. No idea what else to say as not a gamer myself.
Summary: Okay, so... it's basically a parody/homage to the old NES Zelda games, but 3DDGH is a little too outdated feeling in it's gameplay for it's own good. It's a single amusing joke that gets less funny as the game goes on, and boy does it go on, because I don't recall the old NES Zeldas taking a dozen hours to finish.
Summary: Während sich andere Spiele um die besten Grafiken und die tollsten, innovativen Ideen bemühen, geht 3D Dot Game Heroes völlig andere Wege. "Zurück zu den Wurzeln" wird hier groß geschrieben und das gesamte Spiel ist quasi ein Remake, der ersten Zelda-Spiele, mit denen einige von uns groß geworden sind - und dieser Aspekt ist auch wirklich gelungen. Man durchsucht die Oberwelt, die Tempel, findet geheime Höhlen, Herz...