- Platform: Game Boy Advance
- ESRB Rating: Everyone
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
Not too fancy, but not horrible either. This is how graphics SHOULD be in this kind of game! The graphics in the Four Swords multiplayer adventure are a lot more cutesy than the ones in the regular game.
Play Control. 4.5/5
It takes getting used to at first, but ultimately it's a very satisfying scheme. You'll love it.
The game isn't terribly difficult. The real challenge is in the dungeons. You'll find yourself solving all kinds of puzzles. Also, there are pieces of heart (this was the first game to have them) to hunt down. Finding them all is kind of a challenge in its own right.
Fun IS this game. Put simply this game is so addicting, that once you start playing, you're not gonna have a life outside of it. Okay, maybe that's exaggerating a bit, but it's still damn good fun. This is only added to by some mini-games and side quests.
The music isn't great, but it certainly has its moments. Like the second NES Zelda, the music really matches the mood of your atmospheres. The sound is basic and to the point - enough said there.
A young boy and his uncle get a telepathic call from a captured Princess who needs rescue. The uncle gets injured beyond fighting condition and gives the boy his sword. Soon enough he sets out on a quest to eliminate evil. Overall a good story.
Otherwise the game is a perfect port and great for getting that quick Zelda fix. Go back and play this once you're done with The Minish Cap ;)
Plot: The plot doesn't really have any real effect on the game itself, though there are some hidden twists. +1
Graphics: Not the best I've ever seen, but works fine for the gameplay. +1.5
Gameplay: I've yet to see better. There are amazingly vast series of beasties, and each one is unique. Every item you get is usefull, the dungeons are fun, every boss is great, hard to beat but not too hard. I love it. +3
Sound: The only thing I didn't love.. The sounds don't always suit the situition, and it's like the whole games music is
balanced on a few songs that keep being recycled. -1
Replay Value: O.K., I guess. +.5
All in all, if you want a good game to play for a while, then I suggest you try Legend of Zelda Games(this one in particular).
A great action RPG, you will travel throughout the kingdoms, gaining the items needed to defeat the enemy. Read more