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The game follows the adventures of Link and Tetra, the leader of a band of pirates, as they discover a ghost ship in dense fog. Link falls into the ocean when Tetra gets into trouble, and he wakes up alone on the shore of a mysterious island. Throughout the game, Link collects sand for his Phantom Hourglass, which allows him to explore deeper and deeper into a time-limited dungeon in his quest to find Tetra.
The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass for DS
pros: Boss battles. Side quests/ new islands. Boat and boat features.
cons: Boring story. Too easy.
It had Potential...
When I heard about this game coming out, I was super excited. In fact, I wanted this game so much I... See Full Review
pros: Unique Controls, Storyline, Price of game, great puzzles, Bosses and use of DS screens
cons: Sailing the Ocean can be boring, finding treasure is hard, nothing else
AMAZING game for the console
The Zelda series is famous for its unique design, great story line, and controls. That being said, t... See Full Review
pros: Delivers the Zelda formula without feeling formulaic. Vast technical improvement over previous handheld Zelda s.
cons: Throwaway story, few "wow"-level innovations.
Like Sand Through the Hourglass, So Are the Days of Links Life
Despite early concerns over the cartoonish visual style, The Legend of Zelda: The Wind W... See Full Review
pros: You get to try a new way for controlling your character.
cons: The graphics could use some help.
Three Cheers for Zelda
The game Zelda and the Phantom Hourglass is a great addition to the Zelda collection. I will admit t... See Full Review
pros: good uses of the DS touch screen, nice graphics
cons: repeating temple, stylus controls can cramp hand.
Hyrule finally joins the 18th century with the discovery of steam
I got Legend of Zelda Phantom Hourglass several months ago and I have gone through it twice, and pla... See Full Review
pros: replay value, animation style, gameplay
cons: some timed dungeons
Another amazing Zelda game
Phantom Hourglass lives up to its Legend of Zelda status - with the classic Zelda adventure style, a... See Full Review
pros: Gameplay Mechanics, Innovative use of Stylus, Good Monsters, Challenging, but not impossible, Not too long
cons: Saving System, Dungeons, Boat Riding,
Please Get This Game.
Legend of Zelda games have a very long history. I started off playing A Link to the Past, but don't... See Full Review
pros: Good interface, Zelda, and multiplayer! A decent addition to the Zelda series.
cons: Too easy, poor replay value, ARCHERY, and under-complicated. Too small for WindWaker-esque oceanic exploration.
Legend of Zelda: Phairly Hfun (silent H!)
Storyline: Zelda fanboys rejoice, critics say "it's OK" ___Traditional Zelda fare. It continues off... See Full Review
pros: Innovative game play, improved upon some frustrating elements of the Wind Waker
cons: a little short, one of the easier Zelda games
Zelda: Phantom Hourglass - What a Sequel Should Be
I have been a Zelda fan for as long as the series has been in existence. I am also in the minority w... See Full Review
pros: Great music, graphics, and creative stylus controls.
cons: Too short, a little too easy, and a dungeon that was revisited repeatedly.
Great Game for Beginners
Those old timers in the video game world might be a little disappointed by The Legend of Zelda: Phan... See Full Review
|ESRB Descriptor||Fantasy Violence|
|ESRB Rating||E - (Everyone)|
|Online||Online Gaming Support|
|Max. Number Of Players||2|
|Release Date||October, 2007|