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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 04:49pm 18/12/09 | 1 Comments
If you play any form of shrunk down games on a handheld, you're going to want to check out Nintendo's latest Zelda offering, The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks.

As something of a *kind of* sequel to Phantom Hourglass, Spirit Tracks offers up a more consistent play experience with a greater sense of challenge and scope. Yet all the familiar Legend of Zelda hallmarks remain, keeping things both fresh and familiar to craft an engaing experience like no other on the handheld.

If you like your adventures long and full of wonderment, check out our full review.



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Carson
Posted 12:05pm 20/12/09
Got this game yesterday. Played it last night, pretty f*****g sweet.
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