The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks

released on Dec 07, 2009

The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks sets hero Link on a daring new adventure. The game provides players with a new story, more puzzles and even a new mode of transportation. In this game, Link voyages by train, which offers up new possibilities for problem-solving.

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Es un buen juego de Zelda (como lo son todos), sin embargo, éste se siente un poco diferente. Es el primer título de la franquicia en el cual los términos libertad y exploración adquieren un valor un tanto ambiguo debido a que ahora nuestro principal método de transporte es un tren, y nos debemos acostumbrar a ir siempre por un camino predeterminado (las vías). Puede que no sea algo muy relevante para algunos, pero es sin duda alguna algo que hay que tener en cuenta cuando en todas las entregas anteriores no se presenta ningún tipo de limitante. Dejando eso a un lado, Nintendo ofrece nuevamente un gameplay sólido con una historia sin muchas novedades, pero lo suficientemente interesante y divertida (a veces demasiado) que nos mantendrá ocupados mientras llegamos hasta el jefe final. Esperemos que en una próxima oportunidad se desarrolle un Zelda con algo más de trabajo en cuanto a guion y desarrollo de la trama se refiere (hablando de los títulos para portátiles), ya que el resto de características, como siempre, las tienen muy bien cubiertas.

I enjoyed it more than Phatom Houglass and the game probably has my favorite Zelda in the series, but the flute sections are borderline unplayable.

Though not my favorite Zelda game of all time, I enjoyed my time playing this one. I enjoyed the ability to take notes on the map, along with getting immersed in the world of New Hyrule. I enjoyed the ability to control as Zelda, though she is only limited to certain areas of the game and I wished she could take over other enemies aside from the Phantoms. I wished the game's items didn't involve using the microphone too much. Overall, I feel like this is one of the underrated Zelda games, and I'm glad I played this one... twice!
Also Link and Zelda are so cute in this one

Like this game a lot. Probably has the bond between Link and Zelda I am most attached to of any game, including the likes of Skyward Sword and Breath of the Wild. Gameplay really feels like it took critiques of Phantom Hourglass to heart and is better for it.

Spirit Tracks gets way harsher critique than it deserves to, and I think it's almost entirely because of the train thing, which just kinda feels weird to me. "oh but it's on rails so you don't have as much freedom to explore", what, like wind waker didn't just have you sailing through nothing between islands? that sure was gripping gameplay, glad they let me have that amazing adventurous choice.
the ost has a delicious windy style, all panpipes and yumminess. cole is kinda goofy, and I do have to admit the trains thing seems very out of left field, but why not make goofy games? who cares! link gets a little train driver outfit! also zelda's an actual character with thoughts and feelings for, like, the first time ever in the series? this game is better than people say it is, and better than it has any right being.