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The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass and Spirit Tracks Available Now On The EU Wii U eShop

To celebrate The Legend of Zelda news in today’s Nintendo Direct, The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass and The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks can now be purchased via the European Wii U eShop.

Unfortunately there have been no details on a release on either of the two titles in North America as of yet.

Europe Zelda fans, will you be downloading these titles?


13 thoughts on “The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass and Spirit Tracks Available Now On The EU Wii U eShop”

  1. Nah, already got them on my DS, and to be honest they’re not the best Zelda games to come back to.
    Wanna download some Zelda on your DS? Go with the Oracle games. Way better, and always a sure value.

  2. Yea I agree about the Oracle games. Far superior. However I would have gotten these games if they were available in NA. I am curious on how they control. Would it be with the Wii U stylus or traditional controls?

    1. Rogue Master XenoRidley X3

      It better fucking use traditional controls! Otherwise, we’ll be spending most of our time looking at the Gamepad. Which means these games should be available on the 3DS eShop instead.

      Scratch that, OTHERS will be spending most of their time looking at the Gamepad because I refuse to use the god damn stylus again. With the DS, it was bearable because the handheld was small. The Gamepad, though not exactly heavy, isn’t the most gravity friendly device to hold with one hand, either.

  3. Phantom Hourglass I LOVED when I first played it, but now coming back to it it’s pretty eh. Id give it a 7/10. But Spirit Tracks however is a great game. I loved practically everything about it! Totally would give it a 9/10!

  4. I’ll get both as soon as they come in the US,but unfortunatly I have a feeling NoA will hold them off till 2016 for the 30th anniversary.Hopefully I’m wrong and they are both coming soon.

  5. These are the Zelda games that should have been remade in HD. And with improved controls that don’t require touching the screen the whole time. Seriously, the stylus controls caused these two Zelda games to be my least favorite out of all Zeldas that I played.

    1. Rogue Master XenoRidley X3

      Story-wise, they were pretty good. Gameplay-wise, their replayability is ruined. I’d recommend to anyone to play these games once then ditch them. So I highly suggest to people to skip these if they can’t get them physically. Shame, really, because I do love the Toon Link/Adult Timeline of the Legend of Zelda. I guess Wind Waker is the black sheep of that timeline. :/

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