Bitmob: Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks Review

Spirit Tracks isn't a revolutionary step in the Zelda seires, but it does take a number of steps to liven up an unchaging franchise. It takes the concepts introduced in Phantom Hourglass and fleshes them out in exceptional ways, but it also inherits some of its flaws, as well as some new ones. It caters more to die-hards and first-timers more than it does to detractors, but, depending on your reason for defecting, it's possible that it will rekindle your love for hitting switches and fighting monsters.

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