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The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap is one of the more recent Nintendo releases that takes the Zelda franchise in an all new direction. Nintendo has long been known as an innovator and creator of family friendly franchises, for the most part this game hits the mark on both of those. Princess Zelda gets turned into stone by an evil magician. Link sets out to repair a legendary sword that can free her. The only people who can repair the sword have not been seen for a very long time. The reason they have not been seen is because they are the size of ants. Thus Link goes on an adventure where leaves will loom overhead menacingly.

The graphics are nicely done, although there was some pixelation on the larger boss characters. Expect to find classic Legend of Zelda characters, colors and locations. Many of the characters including Link has a touch of Wind Waker in their art designs. The sounds are also classic Zelda, and translate to the GameBoy Advance well. There is a decent amount of replay if collecting everything is of interest, otherwise it is a one and done. The gameplay is pretty solid, however the violence required to progress (even though it is cartoonish) will definitely offend some. Minish Cap has an astounding amount of extras in it. These range from matching medals to collecting heart containers.

Minish Cap suffers mainly in the department of family friendly factor. There is of course the main theme of the game which is violence with a sword, bow, and other tools. One of the more troubling factors was in learning new sword techniques. The sword masters possess your body to show the move. This was pointless since you had to perform the maneuver yourself. There is also the communing with the dead in the graveyard level. An old man is troubled by an evil spirit. The cure is a magical jar to remove the evil spirit. This game has some problems in it, especially since it is rated 'E' by the ESRB.

As an adult I had a good time with Minish Cap, even if the length was a little short (pun intended). If you allow your children to play this game, please make sure they understand what the Holy Bible teaches about removal of evil spirits.
- RPG Master

Graphics: 77%
Sound: 88%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 84%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%
System: Gameboy Advance
Publisher: Nintendo
'E' for Everyone
{Mild Fantasy Violence}

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