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Nintendo Land: Zelda Battle Quest Take-Home Impressions

GenGAME writes: "Altogether, though, I’d say Battle Quest hits a much better sweet spot in terms of combat difficulty than the actual console Zeldas of recent years. And by that I mean that I actually died quite a bit, either because of the sheer number of enemies ganging up on my sorry hide or because the enemies’ attack patterns occasionally got the better of me. This is a refreshing change of pace from my experience with the series’ 3D entries, and I’m hoping that it indicates a shift in priorities and attitude over at EAD. If Zelda Wii U can put me through my paces to nearly the same extent that Battle Quest did, I’ll be one happy camper." (NintendoLand, Wii U)

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