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The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Fantasy Violence

The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures – Review

Yes, I know it's a multiplayer game. No, I didn't play it with anyone else. I've finished just about every Zelda game out there, so I figured I'd give this one a whirl too, "connectivity" be damned. If you can handle a review written from this perspective, then please read on. If you can't, then please hit the back button on your browser now.

The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures

Game Description:  The Legend continues on Nintendo GameCube in an all-new epic adventure for one to four players. Fusing cooperative and competitive action, Four Swords Adventures features a unique gameplay system that incorporates both the television and the Game Boy Advance. When you enter a building or dive into a cave, your character switches from the TV to the Game Boy Advance. When you emerge, the frantic action shifts back to the big screen. To thwart Vaati's nefarious forces, you'll have to master new skills and techniques never before seen in the Legend of Zelda series.

WarioWare: Twisted!

Game Description: WarioWare: Twisted! brings back the fun of teh 5 second microgames that made the first WarioWare such a hit. Dr. Cry-Gor is back and he changes things by adding a new gyroscope to Wario's GBA. Now you can control the action by rotating the entire GBA and pressing the A Button. Along with this new motion sensor, the cartridge has a rumble pack for force feedback. Tons of crazy, spin-controlled games are waiting for you!

WarioWare: Twisted! – Review

 It's hard to think of a game more suited to exploiting the fun of a gyroscope sensor—the built-in motion sensor that detects rotations of the GameBoy Advance—than WarioWare, so kinetic and physical were its mini-games even when they merely involved single button presses.

WarioWare: Twisted! – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Cartoon Violence, Crude Humor

Donkey Konga: Jungle Beat – Review

I see too much potential in the DK Bongos to brand them a publicity stunt just yet. Hopefully Nintendo does, too.

Donkey Konga: Jungle Beat

Game Description: Donkey Konga is a fun music-based game for a unique kind of gameing experience. Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong came across a pair of weird barrels on a deserted beach. They take them to Cranky Kong for an explanation and discover that the barrels are really a legendary musical instrument that plays music when you drum or clap. Now they'll try to become famous musicians and earn fame, fortune and lots of bananas!

The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past – Second Opinion

The tough question to answer is whether these ported titles are a "good" or "bad" thing. Pretty much all of these titles are still good games in the sense that what made them enjoyable at first remains enjoyable at a later date. But does the production of these games preclude production of new games and the possibility of creating new paradigms in games based in 2-dimensional graphics?

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