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The Legend of Zelda: The Minish CapVideo Game (Action Adventure)

Link returns in an all-new Game Boy Advance adventure. When the sorcerer Vaati turns Princess Zelda to stone, the king of Hyrule sends Link on a quest that takes him to all-new locations. Using the power of a mystical hat called the Minish Cap, Link must travel through a fantastic world rife with new items, puzzles, and bosses. As Link, you can shrink down to either battle large enemies from within or find secret items. You can also unlock items and solve puzzles by fusing together magic relics... View more

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8.5Fantastic!

Rated by 33 people registered on Favslist

tabootay . wrote his opinion about The Legend of Zelda: The Minis...

5 years ago

My favorite 2D Zelda game. I just love it.

Score: 8.5 (Great!)

Dario Turco wrote his opinion about The Legend of Zelda: The Minis...

5 years ago

Just like Link's Awakening. This is a great Zelda game! It's also pretty challenging while you make progress in the Game. The Graphics are very detailed too, you will see some facial expression belive it or not...

Score: 9.5 (Fantastic!)

Leo Barbosa wrote his opinion about The Legend of Zelda: The Minis...

6 years ago

This game is splendid, a true Zelda game. A lot of exploration, beautiful cutscenes and a great plot. I love Ezlo, I love Link, I love Zelda. One of my favorite games of all time, I'm wondering if we'll have a Minish Cap 2 (like Wind Waker and Phantom Hourglass).

Score: 8.0 (Great!)

Kaleb Grein wrote his opinion about The Legend of Zelda: The Minis...

6 years ago

Another one of the GBA's last great titles. Arguably the best, even.

The Minish Cap was my first Zelda experience along with A Link to the Past. Not far from the then-controversial Wind Waker, a third and final entry in the Four Swords series came into play. But unlike the first two, this was a full singleplayer experience and took the form of a prequel, setting aside the usual canon to tell a new story about the development of the enchanted Four Sword and evil sorcerer Vaati.

Though The Legend of Zelda is classically known as a top-down series, Minish Cap is the most recent true top-down Zelda. There's no telling when we'll get another, if ever, but there's still contentment to be found in that the style was left off on a great game

Score: 10.0 (Classic!)

Big Boss A. wrote his opinion about The Legend of Zelda: The Minis...

6 years ago

Not sure what to think about this one. The original Zelda for the GBA turned out to be disappointingly short (not to mention small world), but it does look nice while it lasts. The collecting is fairly interesting addition but feels like it's there to distract you from the short story. Oh and the story puts another hole in fans trying to create a continuity between all the games.

Score: 6.0 (Not bad!)

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