Monkey wrote:I thought Phantom Hourglass was OK, Phantom Choo Choo wasn't quite as good. It makes me sad that we probably won't the the traditional handheld Zelda style ever again.
I hope not, I'm still holding for a new Four Swords game.
As for the Handheld Zelda's, I've played all of 'em:
1. Spirit Tracks - Absolutely loved it. The characters were fun, the style was great, the puzzles were extremely tough and the final boss was a lot of fun. Plus it was interesting to see Zelda not in the traditional "Oh gosh I'm captured, hurry up and save me Link!" state.
2. Minish Cap - So much content in this game. I'm so glad they brought it back for the 3DS Ambassadors, can't wait to play!
3. Phantom Hourglass - Kind of the same thing as Spirit Tracks, except it wasn't as good.
4. Oracle of Seasons - Pretty much same opinion with Warp, I liked Ages a lot but Seasons just felt a little better in my opinion.
5. Oracle of Ages
6. Link's Awakening - This is kind of low not because I didn't like it but because I didn't play it until recently (when I bought it on the eShop). I haven't beaten it because about halfway through the game I accidentally turned it off without saving. If you leave the game and go back to the menu, it saves your state, but if you turn it off, you're fucked. So I went from the 5th dungeon back to the 1st and haven't beaten it since. Probably should do that at some point.
I'd put that "Link to the Past / Four Swords" game on there but that would throw off my entire list. It's LttP, it's so good, putting it anywhere too low is criminal. Four Swords is pretty fun, I need more friends to enjoy it though.