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The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap GBA Game Review

The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap GBA Game Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Get the scoop on The Legend of Zelda: The Minish cap for the GBA by Nintendo!

A brand new villain, Vaati, is unleashing magical badness and horrible monsters on Hyrule! He's even turned Princess Zelda to stone! But, Link is here to save the day, with your help, in the new The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap from Nintendo. There's monster-battling action, puzzle-solving and item-collecting as you explore the fantasy world of Hyrule and meet the tiny Minish people. Is it worth the trip? Here's our video game review!

What's New and Cool in The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap?

The Minish Cap has all the classic Zelda video game stuff - hearts, rupees, swords, bows, octorocs and more! The coolest thing in The Minish Cap is that you can shrink down to Minish-size to sneak around and uncover secrets. Plus, there are Kinstones to collect and trade to unlock extra power-ups. You also have a magic talking hat to help you out and there are tons of other items to collect, each one gives you a new power you can use to save the day.

Minish Cap GBA Video Game Fashion Failures!

The biggest nuisance in this video game is that, every time you snag a new Kinstone you get the 411 on them. Enough already! Hearing it once is plenty. That's it though, as long as wrackin' your brain to solve puzzles doesn't drive you mental!

Is The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap a Stylin' Game?

Aw heck yeah! It's the first GBA Zelda game in forever and it's worth playing 'til your thumbs are numb. From solving puzzles to huge boss battles, talking hats and wicked powers, it's all here and it's totally worth checking out.

The Minish Cap Thumbs Up:

  • Shrink to tiny Minish size to explore areas!
  • Fuse Kinstones with everyone you meet for bonus items.
  • Collect items to unlock awesome powers!
  • Learn new fighting styles for battling monsters.
  • Collect figures of the people and monsters in Hyrule.

    The Minish Cap Thumbs Down:

  • Finding a Kinstone is annoying.
  • Some puzzles are really hard!

    The Minish Cap Video Game Rating: 5

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