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The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass

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KEY INFORMATION The epic story of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker continues as Link finds himself lost and alone in unknown seas in a new adventure. Featuring intuitive touch-screen controls and innovative puzzles, The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass offers new challenges for fans of the series and an easy-to-grasp introduction for gamers new to The Legend of Zelda. But time grows short, and only the Phantom Hourglass can buy Link the minutes he’ll need to survive. • The stylus makes controlling Link easier than ever. Tap on the screen to make Link move, or sweep the stylus around him to swing the sword. Players can even draw a path for his boomerang and send it flying into hard-to-reach targets. • Players can stash the map on the top screen for quick reference or drop it to the touch screen to make notes, study enemies, or chart a path for their boat to follow while they man the cannons. • Compete with a friend over a local wireless connection: Guide Link through special dungeons to capture the Triforce, or command the forces that oppose him.


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I'd like to thank Nintendo for developing the best game of all time for gameplay, and re-play value.

Of course I'm talking about Super Mario Kart. A game still played by millions today, still striving to set and beat new world records. This is possibly the single reason I still own a SNES (other notable mentions go to a superb port of Street Fighter 2 Turbo, and the Donkey Kong Country Series). Now I realise many of you will argue the toss about Super Mario Kart being the best for gameplay, but for me, nothing epitimizes and so greatly showcases Nintendo's great minds for creating games, and I've never met a single person who hasn't enjoyed a game of Super Mario Kart sometime in the past.

And I think things can only get better for Nintendo, with the Wii the hit on an idea that building the fastest console on the planet wasn't the way to go, but to build a more immersive gaming experience, and look how well it's gone for them. The Wii is selling superbly, and if they continue on this route, Nintendo will always be a frontrunner as far as the gaming world is concerned, and so they should, as this article so elegantly shows, Nintendo are simply stunning.

Thank you again Nintendo.
Not much I can add, as everything in that feature I've said a million times on the forums in the past.

Nintendo make the best games, always have, always will.

The Super Mario series is unmatched. Best gameplay, most important, best selling.

Nice that someone bothered to type it up though. Well done Steven. :D
cobhc
I'd like to thank Nintendo for developing the best game of all time for gameplay, and re-play value.

Of course I'm talking about Super Mario Kart. A game still played by millions today, still striving to set and beat new world records. This is possibly the single reason I still own a SNES (other notable mentions go to a superb port of Street Fighter 2 Turbo, and the Donkey Kong Country Series). Now I realise many of you will argue the toss about Super Mario Kart being the best for gameplay, but for me, nothing epitimizes and so greatly showcases Nintendo's great minds for creating games, and I've never met a single person who hasn't enjoyed a game of Super Mario Kart sometime in the past.

And I think things can only get better for Nintendo, with the Wii the hit on an idea that building the fastest console on the planet wasn't the way to go, but to build a more immersive gaming experience, and look how well it's gone for them. The Wii is selling superbly, and if they continue on this route, Nintendo will always be a frontrunner as far as the gaming world is concerned, and so they should, as this article so elegantly shows, Nintendo are simply stunning.

Thank you again Nintendo.

Well, Super Mario Kart (SNES) is certainly the best multiplayer racing game ever, and the best multiplayer game of any type, ever. Maybe a tie with Street Fighter II Turbo.

I'd say it probably is the best game for replayability, yes. Its not old now, and it was first released in the Ordivician period I believe.

For sheer gameplay and fun I reckon its challenged by some other big N games - Super Mario World, Super Mario 64 and Super Mario Galaxy for fun, Zelda: Adventures of Link for just being a perfect video game experience.

Either way, its an all time Top 10 kind of a game.
By the way mate - you actually know what you are talking about. Please don't leave. We need more of your type here. :D
Stewart
By the way mate - you actually know what you are talking about. Please don't leave. We need more of your type here. :D

Was that aimed at me? Lol. I've not posted in the gaming section much. Just I'm a very passionate Nintendo Fan. I've not owned the portable consoles, but I've owned pretty much every home console.