Submitted by ssb3173 1364d ago | review

Examiner: Zelda: Phantom Hourglass review

The graphics are a middle road choice. That is as plain and simple as can be said, the player will either love them or hate them, it's very are someone feels neutral towards the style. The expressions and the environments are well-designed and especially shine when the player uses both screens for boss battles. Many of the little integrations of the microphone use are cleverly placed and also enjoyable. The plot, while typical of the Zelda series (hint hint) is just as fun and filled with many little sidequests on islands throughout the sea. (Nintendo DS, The Legend Of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass) 4/5

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