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|Genre:||Action & Adventure||Platform:||Nintendo GameCube|
|Sub-Genre:||Boxing||Game Name:||The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures|
|Country/Region of Manufacture:||United States||Publisher:||Nintendo|
|Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)||Rating:||E-Everyone|
|Video Game Series:||The Legend of Zelda||MPN:||DOLG4SEUSA|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||None||Features:||Complete Edition, Manual Included, Multiplayer|
|Join Link to collect as many rupees as possible in this classic 2D video game. The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Battle offers two different play modes: Hyrule Adventure and Shadow Battle. In Hyrule Adventure, players team up to defeat enemies on each level. Collaborate with three other players to fight enemies and win by collecting the most rupees. In Shadow Battle, play through several exciting battles in a classic 2D overhead view. Japanese versions of the game also come with a third playable mode, titled Navi Trackers. In this mode, players fight Tingle and other bosses on 10 different levels. Whether playing alone or with three others, this game can provide hours of entertainment on your Nintendo GameCube.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||30581939|
|Product Key Features|
|Game Name||The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures, Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventure|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1-4|
|Genre||Action/Adventure, Adventure, Action/Adventure|
|ESRB Descriptor||Mild Fantasy Violence, Mild Violence, Mild Violence|
|Game Name Special Features||Up to three other players can connect their GBAs to the GameCube and compete Work together to solve puzzles and fight off enemies Work against your teammates in order to collect the most rupees to become the true Hero of Light|
|Game Name Series||The Legend of Zelda Series|
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Overall, a great game.
I like this game. It's very similar to the the game Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past for the Super Nintendo...in fact, it's pretty much rendered using the same type of graphics. But don't let that fool you. The graphics are better than the SNES, but not by far. The game play is good and tough. I needed to use a walk-through to get through some of the challenges, which makes it a good puzzle game, as well as an action adventure/RPG. My only 'complaint' is the controls. You need to be able to switch between formations real quickly, but sometimes that can lead to problems. Such as getting stuck between obstacles, or even falling off a platform while attempting to change your formation. This can lead to getting hit by an enemy or injured, and if you are low on hearts then this can mean death. With practice though, you will get the hang of it. I especially like the sfx taken directly from the Wind Waker game because Wind Waker is my most favorite game of all time. I give it a 4.5 out of 5.
cant decide 4 or 5 stars, but interesting twist on series and fun
this game is particularly interesting, as being four links, first off, but also that you don't play in an overworld as you do in the other zeldas. you actually play in levels, like, one of the maidens hat you must rescue requires you to pass 2 stages, i believe, to get to the temple. although this is the case, it still almost seems like you are playing in an overworld. there are village in the levels, and you must get past tasks and obstacles to move forward through the villages and fields etc. even as it is different from other zeldas, it still has that zelda feel to it, so its not as if its a completely different game from the series. puzzles require you to use your mind, and since you are only able to carry one secondary item at a time (the primary being your sword of course) that also puts an interesting take on the gameplay and makes things a bit harder. personally i like this game, alot, and i really should get around to it more often, and i wish i could. i can imagine that if you love the zelda series you will probably enjoy this game as much as i do.
Great multiplayer game.
The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures is a great mulitplayer Zelda game that you and your friends will have fun playing. There are a few down sides. Unlike other Zelda games, the storyline is linear and forces you in one direction, it also lacks an overworld. Also, the multiplayer requires that each player have a Game Boy Advance and Game Boy Advance to Gamecube link cable which can make it pretty hard to actually find anyone to play the game with. That is a shame because the single player mode (which can be played with the Gamecube controller) while it is fun and challenging, isn't nearly as fun as it is playing with friends. So, if you can get 2-4 other people who have a GBA and GBA to GCN link cable to play then definately get this game. If you'll be playing it solo, then you might want to think about it a little more. It's still fun by yourself but it was designed with multiple players in mind.
Excellent gift idea!
This game is extremely fun. It is one of the few games that utilized the GameBoy/Gamecube linkage feature, and it truly uses it to great effect. Being able to play with your friends on TV, yet at the same time being in your own world on the GameBoy is a truly astounding feat. It is a shame that Nintendo never continued the feature in future games. But even so, this game makes dropping the cash required to obtain 4 link cables and four GBA systems more than worth it. 20 years from now, the world will look back with fondness on the game that introduced the revolutionary handheld-to-console linkage technology. This game is definitely worth just about any price.
A good game but didn't have any gameboys to join in.
This game was an easy one to beat, and it goes a little quicker than most Zeldas. I liked the cartoon child-like graphics and the fact it was created to look and sound somewhat like Super Nintendo's Zelda. I didn't have any gameboys to hook up this game so I didn't get the full enjoyment out of it as I could and would of liked to. I did like playing it but not as much as Wind Waker or any of the 64's games (maybe because of no Gameboys). At times I did find getting around to be a little different with four of me attatched to just one player...but I managed and got used to it. Not my favorite Zelda but still a really good game. Plus, the fact it was easy didn't leave you feeling frustrated all the time.