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Link's Crossbow Training Member Review for the Wii

By:
Ivory_Soul
02/15/08
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Shooter 
PLAYERS
PUBLISHER Nintendo 
DEVELOPER Nintendo 
RELEASE DATE  
T Contains Fantasy Violence

What do these ratings mean?

The Good: Great price for what you get, a Zelda FPS (!), cool references to TP, fun multiplayer

The Bad: Boring music, only ten levels, the Zapper has many flaws, can't buy the two separate

LCT is a great arcade style shooter with about ten levels or so and is great fun to test out your Zapper (or other better third party light gun holders such as the Pega light gun if you want a pistol type gun) and the multiplayer is a blast as well. While all the levels are from Twilight Princess fans of that game will appreciate this game the most. The worst part about this bundle is the Zapper itself. While it looks slick it's actually very uncomfortable and small. I wish the Nunchuk and the Wiimote part would detach for people with big hands like myself. The cord wraps around underneath the Zapper in a closed compartment which is nice, but if you have the Wii jacket you be taking it on and off constantly. If you just want the game though you could probably snag it off of eBay or Amazon for less than $10 and just use the Wiimote or get a better third party light gun attachment. All Zelda fans, and FPS fans, should buy this bundle regardless though because it's best for smaller kids or people with small hands.


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