Three Cheers for Legend of Zelda TriForce Heroes



Game: The Legend of Zelda: TriForce Heroes 
: Jason, Age 12

Two heads are better than one, and three heads are better than two. So work together to solve puzzles and battle bosses in the newest installment of The Legend of Zelda series: The Legend of Zelda: TriForce Heroes for the Nintendo 3DS!



The story starts in fashion obsessed town of Hytopia, when Princess Styla receives a gift that when opened it cursed her to wear a irremovable black jumpsuit and three heroes must travel into the Drablands to free the princess from the curse.


3DS_ZTFH_SCRN_01_bmp_jpgcopyThe main new feature in this game is the totem mechanic.  Two or three of the links can pick each other up to reach new heights.  There are 8 worlds in the game, each with 4 dungeons in them.  You first start with the first world, then you unlock worlds 2, 3 and 4, then 5, 6, and 7 and finally world 8.




After you complete a dungeon, you get a material to make new costumes.  The costumes allow you to perform new abilities or upgrade items.  If you don’t have any friends or you have no wifi, don’t worry there is a single player mode for you.  There are 2 figures of link that you can switch to with the touch of a button.

All in all, this is a great game to get for the holidays and you should buy it.

I give it 10/10 starz!



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22 thoughts on “Three Cheers for Legend of Zelda TriForce Heroes”

  1. I remember when Zelda first came out…. we got the game, but at the time, I think I was playing some other and trying to beat it. My brother in law was living with us and he LOVED Zelda. He stayed up I think 78 hours in a row and beat it. Total dedication 🙂

  2. Wow, Zelda! I remember playing Zelda in the 90’s. It’s cool to see that they keep these games going. I have 3 kids who would probably have a blast with this game. I’ll have to check it out. Finally something that will maybe make them work together, haha,

  3. 10 out of 10 is awesome. I’m not familiar with Zelda but my son is. I’m not sure if he has this game but I’m going to check and if not show him your write up and surprise him if he wants it. Thanks for the great details!

  4. I like that you can play alone or with a friend. It seems like this would keep a kid busy for awhile getting through the different worlds.

    • You are definitely missing out. The original Zelda was great and Zelda: Ocarina of Time is one of my all-time favoritest games ever! But you had me at Gauntlet!!! Oh man do I miss that one!


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