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It's a very beautiful game with some difficult puzzles, but the controls are pretty clunky.
You venture with a party of three through a cave where you experience puzzles, humor, and maybe even life lessons. The game isn't too hard but has moments where it is isn't obvious how to use the objects to continue forward. The game isn't long but it is fun to try to speed run with different characters. My biggest complaint is not enough uses for character's unique abilities in non themed areas.
I feel the gameplay is really dull. Imagine a Super Mario game where all you did was walk from one end of a level to another. No jumping. Just. Walking. It's just really boring.
If you own this on the 3DS should you buy this version for your WiiU? Yes. The hand drawn artwork looks absolutely phenomenal; all without loosing the unique atmosphere created with the pixel sprites of the 3DS. The music is still great. Most of all there are now Hyper Drive levels at the end. Think of them like the Master Quest for OoT as they are restructured versions of the old levels.
This is a great example of how a game with 2D sprites can use the 3DS. In each level you are officer Patty Wagon and have to find the 5 Hooligan Sisters in the level. This is done though platforming while shooting enemies and bring blocks to the foreground/background; often requiring good timing. Trying to achieve under par times on the levels makes this game even more enjoyable. Great music also!
This game is interesting. You are in the paper craftesk world where you can customize and create your own creatures. You then explore the world with these creatures and the more you have the bigger the world gets. It wouldn't be bad if it wasn't so tedious. This title is great for playing with kids who love the look of the world and funny sounds of the characters. A+ for/with kids. C- for me/most
I'm not sure why this sequel rarely gets the props it deserves. It is a Zelda action RPG. And by RPG I mean old-school RPG. You wander around until you stumble upon the place you were looking for. There are no maps, just good old-fashioned exploration. The challenge is pretty stiff early on, but with some patience and luck, leveling up comes quickly. For me it withstands the test of time.
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