This game is awesome, despite some minor flaws.
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Gameplay: the controls are smooth and responsive. Horseback riding is one of the more fun things in a recent videogame, and the controls with wolf link are different, but not so different that you get confused. 10 out of 10, few games play as good as this one , and the puzzles just rock. They are hard but not so hard that you have to check a walkthrough every 5 seconds.
Graphics: Not so flashy, being a Gamecube game, but the artistic feeling makes you think: This is Zelda, alright. Not the best technically , but definitely one of the more beautiful games I've ever seen. The light illuminates the characters with smooth feeling reflections, and the twilight world has a surreal feeling that lets you know it is not natural: 9 out of 10
Sound: Classic Legend of Zelda music that we have learned to love remixed for the new installment. Classics such as the Hyrule fields theme and the main LoZ theme remixed make for a nostalgic feeling but not something old: 9 out of 10
Value: Ok, fifty bucks seems a little overpriced. Still, it's not that bad considering the 60+ hours of gameplay, not at all. If you have fifty bucks, you might as well spend them in this game. Because it's awesome: 8 out of 10.
So, summarizing: If you have fifty bucks and are looking for a game that plays good, feels good, looks good, and sounds good, you might as well spend your money on this game. And I am not kidding about that.