Tiny Cartridge 3DS

Legend of Zelda Choco Eggs, available in boxes of 10 from NCSX this February. For your $30.90, you’ll get a random assortment of ten figures depicting characters from Spirit Tracks — and chocolate.
I feel no need to defend chocolate, but as for Spirit Tracks, that is definitely a “fuck the haters” situation. I guess some people didn’t like it? I’m, personally, enormously grateful for any Zelda game that emphasizes neat puzzle dungeons over “epic” storylines.
Buy: The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks ($18)

Legend of Zelda Choco Eggs, available in boxes of 10 from NCSX this February. For your $30.90, you’ll get a random assortment of ten figures depicting characters from Spirit Tracks — and chocolate.

I feel no need to defend chocolate, but as for Spirit Tracks, that is definitely a “fuck the haters” situation. I guess some people didn’t like it? I’m, personally, enormously grateful for any Zelda game that emphasizes neat puzzle dungeons over “epic” storylines.

Buy: The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks ($18)

I don’t expect Amazon to keep Spirit Tracks at this low price for long, so jump on it now while it’s still up!

See also: Zelda’s Secret Trailer

[Via TheMassacre325, Image via Sutaketa]

Forgive the self-link (about Link), but I just posted my review of The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks over at Joystiq, if you’d all like to read some things I said about that game for some reason. I haven’t gone through the comments to see how wrong and stupid I am, but I think the review came out okay.

I totally thought I was over the Zelda series, especially after the agonizingly slow-paced, dour Twilight Princess, but I kind of fell in love with this one!

Preorder: The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks

[Image: “Spirit Train” by Stalk-chan]

Zelda’s Secret Trailer (The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks). So, that’s why you can control the Phantom Guardians this time around. Lots of new puzzle possibilities!

Preorder: The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks (Dec. 7)

Princess Zelda cosplayer at Youmacon 2009, captured by Michael Carian. Compare the two shots with this image and marvel at the power of proper lighting and a talented photographer; the outfit’s cheap material and accessories are almost convincing in Carian’s samples.

This reminds me that the packaging art for The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks is so much better in Europe — I love the princess’s ghostly appearance atop the train:

The U.S. boxart has none of that.

Preorder: The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks

See also: There Will Be Brawl’s Lakitu

[Via Michael Carian]