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The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks - Nintendo DS Standard Edition
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- Platform: Nintendo DS
- ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
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It's a Zelda game. People will love it whatever I write here. There are some very difficult puzzles, and balancing fighting off badguys while obeying the train signals is tough. Catching rabbits as a sidequest? Very cute. Zelda taking control of Phantoms? Novel.
Family entertainment with a nice storyline. A good buy.
The characters are cel-shaded, and while they''re a bit on the chunky side they''re full of personality. The environments are a tad boxy, and the pixelated textures are an eyesore, but the game's bright and colorful look more than makes up for that. The music is also very good and almost completely original, sparing us tiresome remixes of Zelda themes we've heard many times before.
Zelda: Warrior Princess
I've long felt that Princess Zelda ought to take a more proactive role in these games, and Spirit Tracks gives her that opportunity. Zelda helps out by possessing the Phantom Guards that protect the Tower of Spirits. Once she has taken over an armored suit, she'll follow Link automatically and can be given directions by simply drawing a path on the screen. Players will have to use both characters wisely, and while strictly speaking this is nothing new to the series, it is perhaps the best example yet.
The difficulty of the dungeons and some of the bosses has been cranked up noticeably higher compared to Phantom Hourglass, and feels just right. The Tower of Spirits will be visited several times over the course of the game, but thankfully unlike Phantom Hourglass' Temple of the Ocean King players can skip the floors they have already completed.
The touch-screen controls work just as well as they did in Phantom Hourglass, and the way in which you use Link's assortment of items is particularly fun.Read more ›
Characters were somewhat uninteresting, and the side quests were linear in comparison to other titles.
Still a great game, and worth the purchase for all the regular amazing Zelda aspects
Most recent customer reviews
An action packed game that sticks to the classic story of Zelda and Link. Fun stuff.Published 3 months ago by @violentshadows
It's good the first dungeon sucks and the train travel takes way to long even when you've unlocked the warp portals. Other than those two things it's a lot of funPublished on July 27 2014 by K-min
Thanks a lot, everything was amazing... ...price a little bit high, 50$ for a DS game, but it certainely worth it!
I'm happy, simply happy!!!
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Pour les jeux DS, qui sont en général assez enfantins, ce Zelda (ainsi que l'autre Zelda disponible sur DS) est très bienPublished on April 6 2013 by Sébastien Bolté