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It is so great that Family Friendly Gaming purchased a copy of Hyrule Warriors Legends on the Nintendo 3DS for this review. I thought Hyrule Warriors Legends would connect to the Wii U Hyrule Warriors video game. It does not. There are codes in Hyrule Warriors Legends if you purchase a new version of the game (or it has not been redeemed in a used version) that unlock Wind Waker DLC characters and levels in the Wii U version. Those DLC characters and levels are available in the Nintendo 3DS version.

Aside from a few new levels and characters in Hyrule Warriors Legends, it is essentially the same game as the Wii U version. Which means squinting at the small screen trying to murder thousands of the same looking characters. Hyrule Warriors Legends is a boring experience on so many levels. The only thing that kept me mentally engaged was all of the pop up messages.

What is with all of the pop up messages in Hyrule Warriors Legends? They are there to let me know I need to swap to another character on another part of the screen. I hate that. I am enjoying mowing down all these creatures in one area. I hate having to swap to another character with different attacks. The giant boss characters were a pain in Hyrule Warriors Legends.

I also found it is easy to fail levels in Hyrule Warriors Legends. What is bad is failing like ninety percent through the level. Guess what that means? Completely replay the level from the start. That is not appealing. Hyrule Warriors Legends contains magic, violence, enticement to lust, false goddess, fairies, eastern religious teachings, long levels, and more. I really wish Hyrule Warriors Legends could play with Hyrule Warriors on the Wii U. Battling with a friend locally would have been great.

The best part of Hyrule Warriors Legends is it costs way less than the Wii U version of the same game with a slightly different name. Hyrule Warriors Legends is not much of a hand held video game though. In my opinion Hyrule Warriors Legends is worth around twenty dollars. If you can stomach digitally murdering thousands of these creatures that consistently respawn. Hyrule Warriors Legends fits under my definition of boring.
- Mark


Graphics: 40%
Sounds: 70%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 40%
Family Friendly Factor: 40%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Omega Force

Rating: ‘T’ - THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Fantasy Violence, Suggestive Themes}

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