Summary: When I got this game I was expecting a boring arcade shooter. What I got out of it was an amazing shooter where you can even walk around and shoot enemies. I bought the game at gamestop for .44 cents and it was worth a lot more than they are selling it for. I mean sure you could play it with the wii zapper and spend $20 but if you don't it doesnt affect the gameplay.
Cute and kid friendly, but fast enough for a real gunslinger
29 May 2012
Summary: This is a family friendly shooter. Cartoon monsters that aren't too scary and don't bleed, don't eat your brains. On the other hand, its has shoot don't shoot target shooting, and a rail Legend Of Zelda shooter for the big kids. The Link Crossbow got bad reviews for being flimsy. Its looks like the game was meant for the Wii Blaster, but the fastest iron you have is what you want.
An introductory to a barely used and forgotten peripheral
Richard Baker "BinaryMessiah", Amazon
29 March 2012
Summary: The Good: Great price for what you get, a Zelda FPS (!), cool references to Twilight Princess, fun multiplayer The Bad: Boring music, only ten levels, the Zapper has many flaws, can't buy the two separate LCT is a great arcade style shooter with about ten levels or so and is great fun to test out your Zapper (or other better third party light gun holders such as the Pega light gun if you want a pistol type gun) and the multiplayer is a blast as well.
Summary: Link's Crossbow Training is a pack-in with the Wii Zapper, but you don't really need that Zapper to play this game. I picked this up without the Zapper for four dollars at a local game shop, and I'm pleasantly surprised by its quality. The object of the game in Link's Crossbow Training is to shoot a variety of targets, and occasionally enemies from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (from which this title gets its locations, music, and graphics).
Summary: If you like The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess and target practice games, then this is what you're looking for. For a Zelda game, it's fairly short and it can be a little difficult to see what's actually going on sometimes, but it's a definite "must own" game for any Zelda fan.