Zelda: Phantom Hourglass
The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass picks off directly where The Legend Zelda: The Wind Waker left off and uses the same cel-shaded graphics as that of The Wind Waker. Although some may not be accustomed to the look, fans of the series will still find elements of the game to be quite familiar and all the depth, strategy, and beautiful plots are still present as always. Because of the Nintendo DS capabilities, the game comes with a number of cool features that drags this game to the top of the rankings. Let’s check out what the Phantom Hourglass has to offer.
- Gameplay is somewhat divided into two. The game now focuses on both adventuring in the Great Sea, and on land. In the sea, you may navigate island to island, fight enemies with cannons, and avoid obstacles. On land you continue to venture with link into terrains and dungeons like before.
- Thanks to Nintendo DS, Phantom Hourglass is now stylus-controlled, adding new dimension to the game. You now move Link or attack enemies by tapping or swiping on the screen.
- The ocean map is also something of interest. You can bring the map down to the touch screen and draw some paths for your ship to automatically follow and add some notes or details about some certain places. These can be altered at any time if you wish to make changes.
- This game has a fun multiplayer battle mode. In this mode, you fight 1 on 1 with a rival. One of you brings Link and the other brings 3 Phantom Guardians. The objective of Link is to take a Force Gem while the objective of the Guardians is to stop Link from doing so.
These are just a few of the features of Phantom Hourglass and there are a lot more to experience and discover. The conclusion is, The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass is an incredible game and a must have for gamers seeking a grand adventure.
Play this game on a R4 DS Flash Card