The Legend of Zelda Phantom Hourglass sem manual
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Detalhes do produto
- Descontinuado pelo fabricante : Sim
- Idioma : Inglês
- Dimensões do produto : 12.07 x 13.34 x 1.27 cm; 113.4 g
- Número do modelo : SG_B000FRV2UK_US
- ASIN : B000FRV2UK
- Ranking dos mais vendidos: Nº 10,267 em Games e Consoles (Conheça o Top 100 na categoria Games e Consoles)
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Descrição do produto
------------------------------------ Jogo The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass - Nintendo DS ------------------------------------ The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass é um jogo de ação e aventura desenvolvido e publicado pela Nintendo para o console portátil Nintendo DS. É a décima quarta parcela da série The Legend of Zelda e a sequência direta do título de 2002 do GameCube, The Wind Waker. ------------------------------------ CARACTERISTICAS Quantidade de Jogadores: 1-2 Idioma de Legendas: Inglês Garantia: 3 Meses contra defeitos de fabricação ------------------------------------ INFORMAÇÕES IMPORTANTES -Compras realizadas até as 12:00 normalmente enviamos no mesmo dia! -Não enviamos via carta registrada -Fotos reais do produto -Não garantimos funcionamentos de códigos que venham dentro dos jogos
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The opening was really long, but once you get past the cutscenes and the annoying animation style of most of the characters, this is a very clever and fun game!
There are so many great aspects to this game, from simple whack-until-it's-dead monsters, to puzzles that have to be solved by hitting switches at the correct time. It uses so many features of the DS, and is really rather intuative at times. There are times where you have to blow into the mic to make candles go out, or even close the DS over to simulate transferring a stamp! I never would have thought to do something like that in a game, so kudos to the designers!
The storyline itself is pretty good but it's the usual princess gets kidnapped, go on a stupidly long quest to save the stupid princess. But hey! Some of the best games are based on this principle so don't knock it!
I love the details in this game, like using a boomerang to collect and hit things from a distance that you can't otherwise reach, or even navigating the ocean using a map and pen. This is a really well thought out game that I recommend to anyone! It's by no means easy, and will take some time to get through, but it's brilliant and worth the effort!
The developers have ensured that the stylus control hasn't just been thrown in, they've re-worked the entire RPG genre to make sure that it feels natural and hasn't been done just for the sake of it. This allows for innovative control methods, such as writing onto maps to make notes, and the use of objects/weapons like the boomerang where you draw the path it will follow.
Mini-games often ruin an RPG as they break the story up and instead of a nice flowing RPG you end up with a series of mini-games which don't feel as though they belong. There are some mini-games in this, but not too many, and you don't have to play them - they are there to gain additional items to help you with your game, or as part of side-quests. Speaking of side-quests, there are plenty here and some of them are pretty big in scale. Again, these aren't essential but I like to do them to really get the most out of the game.
Overall the game feels good, the cutesy look is supported by some brilliant graphics. The 3D Cell Shaded visuals are very impressive and they don't slow the DS down. All movements are natural and you can't help but feel that a lot of work has gone into this. The larger characters, such as the bosses are the best I've seen on a handheld device; the giant robot particularly impressive.
In a nutshell: I can't say that this is the best RPG I've played, it has some weaknesses as it sometimes felt drawn out. It's more of a series of puzzles than an action adventure, but that's always been the main difference between the Zelda series and, for example; Final Fantasy. The unique controls are refreshing and make this game feel like no other RPG.