Posted on March 31 2018 by Andy Spiteri
When talking about the great Legend of Zelda games, one often hears about the Ocarina of Times, A Link to the Pasts, and Breath of the Wilds. A game one does not usually hear is The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap. But why?
Hiding on the Game Boy Advance is a expertly crafted, tightly mechanized, 2D top down Zelda. Introducing a new, compelling Zelda villain, a awesome take on the Zelda franchises affinity for duality, and a rewarding side-quest system through-out. So again, this begs the question of why?
Was it because it was released after the remake of A Link to the Past on the GBA? Was it because the upcoming Twilight Princess cast such a big shadow? Or is there another reason? Let’s talk in the comments below!