the plot of the game is basically the same plot that you've seen in most of the other games in the series.
You play as Link, a little dude with a sword and a multitude of other items.
You're out to rescue the princess, Zeda, from the evil, piglike villain, Ganon.
You do this by making your way through an expansive overworld to eight dungeons, where you must fight creatures to regain pieces of the triforce of wisdom.
Once you've reassembled the Triforce, you can head off to the ninth and final dungeon to take on Ganon himself.
Once you've done all this, a remixed version of the original game becomes available.
The gameplay in Legend Combat Zelda Ultimate is a good mix of action and some light puzzle-solving.
You'll acquire items as you play, and using these items at the right time is the key to moving forward.
Some of the items are more combat-oriented. You'll start with a simple, wooden sword, but by the end of the game you'll have a bow and arrow,
a boomerang that stuns most enemies, bombs, a magic wand, and more.
On the movement side of things, you'll earn a raft that can be used to reach a couple of out-of-reach areas and a ladder that lets you run across some otherwise-uncrossable gaps.
You'll also get a whistle that, among other things, can be used to warp around the overworld map.
If you still have intimate knowledge of the game, you can blaze through it pretty quickly to finish it in a day.
But unless you've been spending a lot of quality time with the free Zelda bonus disc recently released on the game,
you can expect to get eight to 10 hours out of the game. This number goes up quite a bit if you decide to take on the second quest.
Graphically, this version of Legend Combat Zelda Ultimate duplicates the game original pretty faithfully.
The backgrounds occasionally look a little squished, but this is a minor point that you'll probably only notice if you're playing on a Game Player.
It may not look like much now, but considering it's merely attempting to duplicate the look of a game originally released more than 15 years ago,
it's hard to fault it for looking dated. The game's look actually holds up pretty well, considering its age.