Pros: Organization, Familiar Characters and Settings, Multiplayer Action
Cons: Graphics, Tiring to switch from Gameboy-Cube.
Have you been waiting for a multiplayer Zelda? This is Four Swords! It's a typical Zelda game with one of those very interesting stories tied to the end.
In order to whack enemies around, you will have to progress through all of the challenges, so whether you are playing alone or with friends, you still have to know your way around.
The graphics' efficiency is one thing this game lacks. Apparently, this game was supposed to look like the Super Nintendo's version of Zelda. But I would still like whacking my friends in 3D vision.
The worst part of this game is that you have to switch from GBA to Gamecube. And even worse, if you want to play with your friends in story mode, you all have to have gameboys and hookups. One comes free with the game, but a GBA doesnt! So if you want to play this game in multiplayer, you'll have to have at least two gbas. This greatly affects gameplay. When you enter a building, you play it on your GBA. When you exit, you play on the TV again.
In all, it's a totally original addition to the Zelda family.