The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks Collector's Edition: Prima Official Game Guide (Anglais) Relié – 7 décembre 2009
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*Step-by-step walkthrough covering every possible twist and turn in Link's latest adventure, including all optional asides
* Tips and techniques for overcoming every monster and obstacle
* Strategy for every boss battle to help you triumph!
* Comprehensive "Legendary Checklist" covering all vital items, from Heart Containers to treasure chests
* Multiplayer tips, tricks and strategies
* Fully labeled parchment world map! Collector's Edition Exclusive!
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It is organized and has great graphics and screen shots throughout. Prima does not usually disappoint when putting together a thorough and well designed guide.
A BIG bonus to this guide is the removable poster size map. (I have an image included in "customer images"). This shows the location of rabbits, warp gates and tracks that are unlocked by the Force Gem.
All locations are numbered and labeled (temples, stations, villages, etc.) This is a big help for a middle-aged mom who has trouble remembering where to go. The map also helps because you get to see all realms (forest, snow, fire, ocean) whereas on the DS screen, you can only see one section at a time.
The guide starts out with a brief overview of all preceding Zelda games and goes into a tutorial for playing the game.
There is a complete list of items, friends and fiends.
Then the walkthrough begins.
This follows most game guide formats. There are a lot of screen shots with written details for getting through every aspect of the game - preparing yourself for hidden enemies, finding gems and items, finding warp gates and other oddities that you may only stumble across while playing.
The walkthrough is particularly good for some of the temples where your next move is sometimes difficult to figure out. Younger or less experienced players may really benefit from having a place to get answers so that they can move ahead in the game. There is nothing worse than having great momentum in a game and stopping short because you can't figure out what to do next.
Like any game guide, if you follow-it too closely, you can loose the fun of the game. Sometimes it is better to get through a portion of the game and then go to the guide to see what you might want to go back and fill-in or retrieve.
Although most tools in this guide will ultimately be available online in short order, the fact is that having the guide at your disposal with all information in one place is a big help. It saves the time of searching online or waiting for someone to finish writing their walkthrough.
My son loves to read through the guides after he has completed the game just to soak up the experience a little longer. Once you've finished the game, the guide helps you to get a little more out of it - unlocking extra tracks and searching for rabbits for the sanctuary...
Overall though, this is a useful guide that should be part of every Zelda fan's collection!
In contrast, game producer guides are usually short on the info I like to have up front such as where and when to find what kind of fish, what drops to expect from which monsters, etc. Walkthroughs in this category are virtually non-existent. Some fansites give you great walkthroughs, but a specific piece of information is likely to be very hard to locate. They do sometimes have separate guides for fish, monsters, characters, etc. that can be very useful though. Of the other after-market guides, I have never found any that are as well thought-out and put together as Prima. I realize that sometimes your options on any given game are limited. If you can get a Prima guide for the game you want, I highly recommend it.