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This is a 70$+ game, keep in mind. 1. It is ridiculously short - it would barely be long enough for a portable console like the DS and yet here we are, the game is over as if it had costed me 30 bucks but it was actually more than twice that. I'd say you finish it in about 50% of the time the SNES Zelda (Link to the past takes you. See a problem here? )Nintendo really playing with this double-status the Switch has: priced like a top PC game, short like a DS game. Hell, anyone would make money with such a business model. 2. It has zero replay value. Zero. None. I can guarantee everyone who has finished it will never play it again. 3. The graphics are cute, yeah, but really they are also kinda terrible - for a 21st century console. 4. If you have kids, this is the worst game for them. SPOILER ALERT (if you had'nt played the original - I hadn't): ending the game results in everyone and everything you've seen, touched, talked to, etc, ceasing to exist. Your kids will finish the game and be rewarded with the destruction of everyone they met and everything they've done. I don't have an issue with original endings, or even "bad" or sad ones, but this game presents itself as kid-friendly, but it's not. Like, not at all. Maybe the one Zelda with such an ending could also NOT have been the one that looks like a child's book (even more than the others). Just saying. O yeah, if you do the whole game again without dying, during the ending the main NPC grows wings she wished for (before disappearing because of your actions). Aww. 5. The controls are ok but kinda sloppy too. For an action game, (an expensive one at that) I was expecting at least precise controls. 6. Hey, the music is kinda ok!