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Links Crossbow training 0

Links Crossbow training is obviously a Zelda game, but not your average one however, it looks like Links ditched his Master Sword and grabbed a crossbow instead!In Links Crossbow training you go around quite a few levels in an attempt to get a good score so you can move on to the next level, and once you have completed it go back to get a platinum award!!!(It could go higher but i don't know as that's the highest i've got) And yes it sounds a bit bnoring but trust me it's not, the highscore syst...

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A neat pack-in game that's fun despite the awkwardness. 0

Positive: - Zapper is fun to use - revisiting worlds from Twilight Princess is great - most levels are worth re-playing - it's (technically) FREE! -Negative: - Zapper feels clunky and awkward for awhile - only takes about an hour to beat all the levels - Finally, Nintendo has realeased their Zapper controller, and it comes with a pack-in game called Link's Crossbow Training. In the game, you go back to many of the memorable locations from Twilight Princess such as the Bridge of Eldin, City in th...

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Link's Crossbow Traing Review 1

Link's Crossbow Training comes with the Wii Zapper for $20. While it can be played without it, the game was designed to utalize the Wii Zapper. "B" is to shoot, "Z" is to zoom, and You use the control stick to move. There are nine levels, with three challenges each. There are three types of stages. "Target Shooting" has you shooting mostly targets, with the occasional enemy. "Defender" has you in a stand still and aim around you. "Ranger" has you walking around trying to to kill a set amount of ...

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The Zapper and the game provide an unexpectedly good combo 0

Ever since the first ads for the Wii came out, we have been waiting to see whether the Wii-mote would make a good point-and-shoot controller. The Wii Zapper and Link's Crossbow Training are a decent attempt to make the Wii a viable platform for first person shooters. For the most part, the package is solid, and it is made a lot more enticing by its budget price. The Zapper turns out to be a good peripheral for playing a game that is made for it, and Crossbow Training is a fun and accessible dive...

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