Ryan Sil. (Creator of Dynamite Alex for Andro..., Amazon
29 March 2014
Summary: Believe it or not, Gamestop sells this game for a mere 50 cents! How could I possibly say "No" to this one!? With that said, Link's Crossbow Training is an arcade-style shooting experience featuring all sorts of graphical and environmental assets from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. It's also made as part of a bundle with the Wii Zapper peripheral, but thankfully you don't need that to play. You could just use the Wii Remote itself paired with a Nunchuck (Why?
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.
Summary: This is a really fun game to use with the Wii Zapper. It's not a hugely long game but it's a game that can get a lot of use. In this game you have to pass different levels to unlock more games. I found each game to be unique and fun. I have some that I like better than others, but all around each level and each mini game was a lot of fun for me. The Wii Zapper works exceedingly good with this game.
Summary: Other reviews here have pretty much hit all the points. It's a fun game that new or casual gamers will enjoy (seasoned gamers apparently breeze through it, or think they do--don't know how high they bother to go medal-wise) and come back to over and over again. Somehow I still haven't found all 25 of those Bulbins and it's starting to drive me nuts.
Summary: I have not had so much fun playing shoot-um-up in I can't tell you how long. Great action, fast moving, very challenging, and my wife beat me a few times, which kept her interest up through all the different events. As an Ol Geezer, I can only say, where was this 50 years agoooo?
Summary: Simple shooting game, starting with targets and working up to shooting goblin-type creatures. It progresses in stages, to where you eventually get to walk your guy into a town to shoot the bad guys. It's great for those of us just getting around to learning how to play a video game. Add the Perfect Shot pistol and it's even more fun.