Zelda. It's an institution in gaming, having seen the first title in the series debut on the Nintendo Entertainment system over 20 years ago. Many sequels have followed, some better than others, but now the series makes its first entry on Nintendo's incredibly popular DS handheld system with Phantom Hourglass.
Phantom Hourglass is a sequel to the beloved Wind Waker, which appeared on the GameCube. In it, Link and Tetra, his pirate friend, are whisked away to another watery world when they stumble upon an abandoned ship. Soon enough, Tetra is held captive by an unspeakable evil while Link is forced to make his way around the world, visiting dungeons and vanquishing foes, in order to save her.
One thing to note is that there are very few screenshots in this guide: taking screenshots is difficult to do from a Nintendo DS, so we've forgone their use for the most part. Also note that this isn't intended to be a 100% completion guide; you can beat the game without doing many of the side quests that are available. We'll cover what we can (and may expand this guide later), but if you're looking for more information, you may want to check GameFAQs.com. As always, if you have something to add to the guide, feel free to click on that feedback link in the table of contents…
Here's what we've got in store for you in GameSpot's Game Guide to Phantom Hourglass.