Summary: The Good: Charming graphics, fun boss fights, intuitive use of the DS hardware, interesting train mechanic The Bad: The game drags out too long, too much time on the train, later dungeons are frustrating and have too many obscure puzzles, story is basic and uninteresting, blowing into the mic doesn't work too well Phantom Hourglass showed the world just exactly what the DS was capable of.
Summary: Links final adventure on the Nintendo DS is often overlooked by many for superficial reasons. However, those who truly delve into it will find a unique mix of gameplay and graphics along with the stylus-based gameplay innovated by it's predecessor. Truly a must-have for all true Zelda fans.
Summary: If your a fan of Zelda you will like this game. I didn't really like the train mechanic which is used to explore the overworld. But other than that it's classic Zelda with great dungeons and puzzles.
Summary: As a Legend of Zelda game it already has a long history of beloved games to measure up to and offer something new. I'd say it achieves that nicely. The train has been enjoyable mode of travel if there ever was one, and it is honestly enjoyable to ride around in it and shoot targets and enemies along the way. The puzzles using the armor possession technique are also a nice unique twist.
Summary: This is a pretty good game, but I wouldn't call it great by any means. Here's why: That stupid flute! It's not fun, just a pain in the rear. The controls are difficult to get used to. And the train, it's a nice concept I suppose but gets tedious. Oh, I'm also not a fan of the graphics, but that's not something that'd stop me from playing. It really is a good game, but those flaws can take away from the experience.
Summary: I didn't buy it off of Amazon, so I can't say anything about the shipping. Sorry! But it's a really great game! If you've played Skyward Sword and Winder Waker, and liked them, then you'll definitely like this one. You will see how they connect-not in the timeline, just gameplay I mean- but if you want to fully understand whats going on in the timelines then that means you should probably play Phantom Hourglass first. But there's not much of a difference.