The Play:Digital Phantom Hourglass review: can England not afford chairs?

Those of you who are fans of the Legend of Zelda games have probably already sold the necessary pints of blood or stolen the necessary dollars/pounds/Euros from your mother/father/significant other’s wallet/purse/marsupian pouch to purchase the game, but for those who need further encouragement in the form of an adorably exuberant British pixie of a woman, see the above clip: Play:Digital’s endearingly bizarre Phantom Hourglass review.

I’m not going to lie and say I don’t fetishize the entirety of the British Isles, but I’m not merely posting this clip because that woman’s accent makes me feel like a teenage girl sitting on a washing machine. There’s also the fact that her use of the word ‘facilitates’ in the aforementioned accent brings to mind the authoritatively comforting words of great British leaders like Churchill, or to an even greater extent Chris Eccleston. I don’t want to say that this is the definitive review of the title, but I will be the first to point out that we never could convince Mr. Linde to wear those green tights.

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