The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks (Nintendo DS, 2010)
About this product
|The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks is an action-adventure played from an isometric perspective, following the series' landmark DS game Phantom Hourglass and starring a similarly expressive, cartoonish Link as its hero. In some platform puzzle-solving sequences, players use both touch-screen directions and traditional D-pad and buttons to control two characters at the same time. For example, Link may need to distract guards while Zelda sneaks by, or a Phantom companion may need to inhabit the body of an almost-invulnerable statue, to stand in the way of a lava flow and allow Link to pass. Some overworld parts of the game are played, quite literally, as an on-rails shooter, with players using the stylus and touch screen to aim ranged cannon attacks at enemies and obstacles, as Link's train moves forward down the tracks automatically. When the tracks split, players will need to choose which direction to take.|
Set about 100 years after Phantom Hourglass, Spirit Tracks plays out in a world that barely remembers the legends of a demon king, who was defeated and bound with powerful chains many lifetimes earlier. These magical chains still run far and wide across the landscape, but oblivious to their true purpose, the people now use them as train tracks to move carts full of cargo. As the story begins, Link is set to start his new career as a train engineer, when he is told by Princess Zelda that the magic tracks have been disappearing, and that she fears there is some great evil at work. The two escape from Zelda's suspicious overseers in the castle and ride Link's train as far as the tracks take them. The adventure leads to ruins and dungeons below ground, where Link must battle enemies and solve puzzles, using a whip as both a weapon and a tool to extend his reach.
|Game||The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks|
|UPC||045496740504, 045496740511, 827307767968|
|ESRB Descriptor||Mild Fantasy Violence|
|Number of Players||1-4|
|Game Special Features|
|Game Series||The Legend of Zelda Series|
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- prodigalmerchan...Jun 10, 2015by
Defiantely worth checking out!
A very enjoyable game for all ages, its very intuitive and creative! Especially if your a long time Zelda fan of the series.
- alfr_payaJan 21, 2015by
excelent product, it worth the money
Because I'm a fan of this serie. I love solve puzzles, the story, and the artistic style on it.<br>The diferences of this product with other is the way I feel when I play this kind of games, it make feel relax, and wrap me up to a fantasy world.
- deadly_dragonFeb 9, 2015by
fun and finished my collection.
This is an interesting game. Not the best in the zelda franchise but a fun game none the less. The concept is kinda silly but if you are a true fan of the franchise you will like this game.
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- brannewme2Mar 8, 2010by
A great buy, for hours of mind stimulation.
This is a great game that makes you think, analyze, use your memory for what happens which is based on what you've done so far. It is fun, and helps develop all your skills. I bought this to give me an escape from my everyday stress and projects by playing that game while traveling or when I get a break inbetween tasks. Sometimes it helps to work on this enclosed universe to come out of it and find ways to create, oganize and deal with projects and overall life challenges. It is a matter of using this game within a limited time period and not allowing it to control you as so many allow these games to let time slip away.<br><br>A good price, a great game that you can play many times and still enjoy. Highly recommended for all ages.