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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 05:17pm 01/11/07 | 8 Comments
Belated, but here, nonetheless. This is AusGamers' first DS review, and what a great game to kick it off with. Following on from The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker, The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hour Glass shrinks our intrepid pint-sized hero Link to even smaller sizes as he battles an evil Ghost Ship and sails across vast seas - all across two screens with you controlling the action from your trusty DS stylus. This is easily one of the best games to grace Nintendo's (sales) powerhouse system, so if you're on the fence or just plain undecided, hit this Link (pun absolutely intended) to see just what the game has to offer.

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Posted 02:33am 02/11/07
Don't buy a 360. Get a Wii.
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