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Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap

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Release Year:2005
Publisher:Nintendo
Players:1
Reviewer: boomge
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Overview: Probably the newest Zelda game we will see on CC, unless any newer Nintendo consoles are added. The story starts by telling you a legend of Hyrule: "A long, long time ago... When the world was on the verge of being swallowed by shadow... The tiny Picori appeared from the sky, bringing the hero of men a sword and golden light. With wisdom and courage, the hero drove out the darkness. When peace had been restored, the people enshrined that blade with care." However, the blade was broken by an evil mage believing that it would give him ultimate power. As Zelda tried to stop him, she got cursed and turned to stone, despite Link's efforts to protect her.

New features include a roll action button new to the handheld versions of Zelda, and on a much bigger scale you can shrink to the size of the Minish, opening new areas and making the overworld seem much larger than it does in the map.

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Directions: You take control of Link, or whatever you decide to call him, in another quest to save the princess and the world of Hyrule from the forces of evil. To do so you must have the Picori blade reforged: in classic Legend of Zelda format you must travel all over Hyrule and find elemental stones you need to be able to reforge the blade and save Zelda.
All in all this game is awesome. It takes controls such as the roll and implements it into the GBA's extra controls that the GB and GBC didn't have.

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A Button Uses selected item e.g. sword
B Button Uses selected item e.g. sword
Start Button Pause/ Item screen/ Map screen
R button Various actions, Roll, Lift, etc.
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Upper Left Corner Image Upper Right Corner Image Average Player's Rating: 5 of 5
nintendodudegt's Rating: 4.5
Legend of Zelda The Minish Cap continues where the ORACLE OF AGES and ORACLE OF SEASONS left off which makes Minish Cap exciting
boomge's Rating: 5
actually minish cap is supposed to have happened chronologically before ocarina of time
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