GGN writes: "The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks was written off by many early on. Visually, it's a clone of the DS's earlier Zelda title, Phantom Hourglass, which took its art style for Gamecube's Wind Waker. Mechanically, all three titles contain a hefty amount of world traveling, the previous two by boat, whereas Spirit Tracks uses a train. Cue the common audio remixes to the standard Zelda soundtrack, and implement the same slick stylus-driven control scheme and you have a recipe for a "me too" game. I'll admit, I was a neigh-sayer when I first heard about Spirit Tracks. But it's a fully-realized Zelda title, not some spin-off, so I had to give it a try. Boy, I am eternally glad I did."