Average User Score: 8.9Mar 23, 2013This game is a beautifully crafted masterpiece. The graphics are not only colorful and vibrant, they really are timeless. This game doesn'tThis game is a beautifully crafted masterpiece. The graphics are not only colorful and vibrant, they really are timeless. This game doesn't look like a game from 2003 by any means.
The game itself is rather easy, but offers hours upon hours of a fun gaming experience. The sailing gets a bit tedious after awhile and requires the right mindset to be in for a proper experience. However, this is fitting for a game like this as it sets an adventurous tone. The middle part of the game drags a little bit, with the whole triforce fetch quest (to avoid spoilers, I won't go into here.) Let's just say that it takes a lot of time and is pretty repetitive.
Overall, this game is one of the stronger Legend of Zelda titles out there. If you haven't picked it up yet, what are you waiting for? … Expand
Average User Score: 3.3Mar 5, 2013This game is incredibly similar to MLB 2k12. The menus look exactly the same, the game modes are the exact same, and the game itself playsThis game is incredibly similar to MLB 2k12. The menus look exactly the same, the game modes are the exact same, and the game itself plays exactly the same. It's pretty much an exact copy of 2k12 with some minor tweaks except for one thing- for whatever reason, 2k13 does not support online leagues. 2k12 had online leagues, and these have been a fixture for the 2k series for years. The minor tweaks I was talking about are mostly mechanical- fielding looks a bit smoother (although still jerky on some plays), the crowd looks a bit better, and, most importantly, the AI is a bit smarter, especially in late game situations (the computer will actually sub out pitchers at appropriate times.) When it comes down to it, MLB 2k13 is a stripped down rehash of MLB 2k12.… Expand