A short trailer telling the story before the one shown on my very next campaign: The Legend Of Zelda. The version: The Wind Waker.
Some features of the future campaign:
-Based on the Nintendo game The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker.
-Representing one of the most exciting adventures of Link.
-All scenarios are carefully decorated like this trailer, or even better!
-Each scenario has about 100 triggers or more!
-The game will be divided in 5 campaigns.
-Each campaign will have 3 scenarios. In total, there will be about 12 scenarios to enjoy! (I made this to make files shorter and save some time.)
'The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker' is a short cinematic scenario released back in 2011. An unfinished version of the full campaign can be downloaded by searching the author's profile.
PLAYABILITY: Despite being several years old now, 'the Legend of Zelda' is a well handled cut-scene and offers a few good minutes of entertainment into what is otherwise just a trailer to the main campaign. As a trailer, the author does enough to promise a well-designed affair with good attention to detail and plenty of potential in the upcoming game play, such as good storytelling and a faithful recreation. It's nothing special, and there is plenty of room for improvement, but the effort cannot be faulted. 3+
PACING: The scenario has good direction and flow which works well with the soundtrack, while the dialogue was well-timed and easy to follow. 5
CREATVITY: The trailer is done well without there being anything substantial, with good map design, trigger work and a soundtrack that compliments the viewing experience. It's simple but purposeful. 3
MAP DESIGN: The author demonstrates good use of terrain mixing complimented by the placement of buildings to develop a nice fantasy setting. It certainly isn't without its detractions though; the towns feel too blocky and the forests could do with more work, but in general the map design is always believable and works in correlation with the story. 3+
STORY/INSTRUCTIONS: It's clear the author has put a lot of effort and care into the trailer, with no detail spared throughout but nothing unnecessary either. It works as a good introduction to the campaign and sets the stage for a well-known tale about the 'Legend of Zelda'. 3+
CONCLUSION: The trailer is quite old now and has gone without a review since but it's a nice little watch if you enjoy cinematic scenarios. It's possibly the best adaptation of the 'Legend of Zelda' at the Blacksmith. Be sure to check the author's profile for the campaign.
In a sentence - A well-handled introduction to the 'Legend of Zelda'.