The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures (GameCube) [import anglais]
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- Plate-forme: GameCube
- Classification PEGI : 3 ans et plus
- Support : Jeu vidéo
- Quantité pour l'article : 1
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The puzzles are unique for this zelda title as they require multiple people to complete. They are challenging but once you figure them out they don't take too long to get in the right place and execute (Which is nice when controlling 4 separate links or with a large group of friends). Bosses are fun and can also pose a challenge. At times the game will throw a normally outrageous numbers of enemies at you that you'll need to get in the correct formation or stick together as a group. They also like rooms filled to the brim with destructibles or force gems (collectibles) which is great for multiplayer as you compete over them. (not quite as fun in single player). The switching between the TV screen and Gameboy Advanced is flawless and don't realize it after the first or second swap. The graphics are great, they're a mix of windwaker and link to the past and create a good fun atmosphere that hits my retro/nostalgia button. The controls are another great thing about this game. Even when controlling all four links they make it easy to switch between four formations or split links off separately and re-unite them. I have gone through this game in both single player and multiplayer with 1, 2 and 4 people playing and they are have smooth controls and are easy to manage.
I recommend that if you are buying this game for multiplayer and are spending the money on the 4 GBAs that you to also grab two other great GBA to GC games. "Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles" and "Pac-man Vs". These are both simular couch-based party games that are each great individually. With all three it makes the expense of this set-up totally worth it.
There are a few cons, however. While I'm fine with having actual levels to beat, like in Mario or Donkey Kong, I don't like that you lose all your progress and items when you start a new level. Every level you start, even if you're replaying a level, you have to start from square one. One thing you can hold onto, is Force Fairies. One Force Fairy revives the four Links if you die. But they are quite plentiful, so it almost makes the game too easy, combat-wise. By the end of the game I had about 86 of them.
While it has it's drawbacks, no Zelda game is not worth playing. Definitely worth your time.
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