The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks Review | Nintendo Life

The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks is an excellent entry in the series - it tweaks, expands and in some ways improves on the foundations of Phantom Hourglass. Yet its touch based controls with liberal use of the microphone don't work as well as they should on the GamePad, with the Wii U struggling to find the ideal display format for the title. If you're playing this on the DS or even using the backwards compatibility of the 3DS, our original review stands and you can add a point to the score below. If you're playing on Wii U, however, be prepared for fiddly compromise in order to enjoy a

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Takwin1591d ago

Phantom Hourglass and Spirit Tracks are similar and a bit offbeat compared to the traditional Zelda entries. They are certainly very good and fun, but not epic and amazing like Ocarina, Majora, Wind Waker, Twilight, and Skyward.

Geobros1591d ago

I liked PH, I found it interesting. Though, I found ST boring...

3-4-51591d ago

PH&ST without stylus controls would have been great games.

ST has amazing music and I liked the new world that existed there.

I'd love to see a sequel to it.

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marloc_x1591d ago

Your input is appreciated.

miyamoto1591d ago

This game is made by Capcom Japan if I am not mistaken.