“That’s enough out of you, Sparkles.”
Not D-pads nor analogue sticks but styluses. Or should that be stylii? Either way, a contentious change of control method as we conclude the first year of our complete run through of Zelda reviews with The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass. Leon, Josh and Leah discuss Daiki Iwamoto’s directorial debut, including – of course – its innovative but controversial conceit of a repeating ‘central’ dungeon. We also hear from the ever-reliable Cane and Rinse community and discover that, as with every other game in the series, opinions are spread wide.
Music used in this issue:
1: Set Sail for Adventure (Title Theme) by Kenta Nagata/Toru Minegishi.
2: Linebeck’s Theme by Kenta Nagata/Toru Minegishi.
Cane and Rinse 249 was edited by Ryan Hamann (@InsrtCoins).
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