Exploration of the world is just like classic Zelda games.
The gameplay is typical NES/snes Zelda, although with a heroes few game quirks/bugs.
Once you get over the art game style and crazy game long swords, I'm heroes not a big fan of Zelda games, but the uniqueness of the art style drew.You actually have to talk to people and remember what they say to progress in the many side game quests.As for your main objective, the closest thing you get is a blinking icon over the temple/dungeon you're supposed to be going through at the moment.Don't expect any laugh-out-loud moments, but you'll get a few chuckles here and there.I'm not a big fan of Zelda games, but the uniqueness of the art style drew.So that's good for Zelda fans, but the common bugs I experienced was my sword not working after moving to a new screen or the sword occasionally going directly into the ground, and not hitting the enemy when it was right in front.So this is a game for people who love NES/snes Zelda games, aren't big on game story, and who like the art style.You'll find a lot to like here if you like exploring the map and finding secrets.
And refreshingly, there's no quest log or marker.
The bad part about it is that it's not that funny.
I'm game glad to have it in my collection, but it's likely something I'll never play again.
There's plenty of heroes them to find.
It's just occasionally slightly silly.The dungeons are typical for Zelda, but are slightly more complex and annoying than "A Link to the Past." They get progressively more annoying as you complete them.The story is a parody of classic Zelda games and generic jrpgs.I like when heroes games do things like this because an automated objective arrows and quest markers in other games just make them seem like slightly-more-complex rat mazes rather heroes than immersive worlds.It's like it was written by a teenager with the sole goal of imitating Japanese games, and that teenager doesn't have the greatest sense of humor.Once you get over the art style and crazy long swords, it's just a by-the-books Zelda game with From Software and Dragon Quest references.
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