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The Legend of Zelda Triforce Heroes

 

 

SCORE: 58

 

The Legend of Zelda Triforce Heroes 

 

I am so glad Family Friendly Gaming rented a copy of The Legend of Zelda TriForce Heroes on the Nintendo 3DS. This is not a game to purchase. In fact this might be one of the worst Zelda games of all time. The Legend of Zelda TriForce Heroes is all about fashion, and three players. One player can play The Legend of Zelda TriForce Heroes, but they have to swap between all three characters to do things.

The Legend of Zelda TriForce Heroes tells players that they are swapping their soul between bodies in the single player mode. There is also idol worship - which is where we save. The different costumes that can be worn will give different powers. You may need to replay certain levels over and over again and get really lucky at the end of the level. Why? There are three treasure chests to choose from. You might get something worthwhile to build a new suit, or you might get something worthless.

Levels in The Legend of Zelda TriForce Heroes are like going through a few rooms here and there. The Legend of Zelda TriForce Heroes feels totally disconnected. Players can pick up other Link characters to build a totem. Why is this needed? To throw characters to higher ledges, and to shoot things two, and three levels high. Trust me this gets old really fast.

The Legend of Zelda TriForce Heroes is way over priced on the market as it currently stands. This game is worth around ten dollars in my role playing gamer opinion. The looks and sounds in The Legend of Zelda TriForce Heroes are recycled from previous Zelda video games. Why doesn’t Nintendo cut their fanboys a break and give them a price cut? How many billions do they need in their bank account?

I wanted to like The Legend of Zelda TriForce Heroes so much. Trying to force me to play online is lame, or three local players with the same game. The single player mode is horrible. I do not have a Cadillac Internet plan to play video games online. When will these companies realize they are limiting their sales? Pass on purchasing The Legend of Zelda TriForce Heroes on the 3DS. There are plenty of better games for families.
- RPG Master

 

Graphics: 65%
Sound: 75%
Replay: 60%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Nintendo EPD

Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
{Mild Fantasy Violence}


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