For what seems like eons, a brave young man named Link has been traveling through hell and high water to save a land called Hyrule and a princess known only as Zelda. The formula has changed very little over the last twenty-plus years, with Zelda being a constantly unattainable character, and Link a lone adventurer (give or take a fairy or two). In The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks, however, that all changes. For the first time ever, Zelda accompanies Link on his journey, and the result is a game that feels familiar, but not stale. Also new to the series are the titular spirit tracks, along with the train that takes Link and Zelda across Hyrule.