As always, Link is sent on an adventure he didn't really ask for, fighting his ever-so-persistent arch-enemy, Ganondorf.
The cartoon graphics give it a more kid-friendly feel without taking away the storyline or gaming appeal of teens and adults alike.
Link's a great role model, especially for siblings in this one, as (SPOILER ALERT) his little sister, Aryll, is kidnapped for 3/4 of the game, and his quest was to save her, no matter what cost.
I am embarrassed to say I had some difficulty beating the game, as puzzles and navigation were a bit tricky, as well as fighting(to be fair, I was on Hero Mode), and my 6-year-old nephew had trouble getting the hang of the controls, and even then he thought it was hard running around catching pigs on Outset Island, so make sure your kids can play basic fighting games easily before handing them the controller.
Some enemies scared the heck out of me, too. One resembles a blue mummy-like creature that grows a bit bigger, its eyes glow red, and it somewhat shrieks at Link, paralyzingly him, and one enemy is a big skeleton that rebuilds itself from time to time. Some boss battles were stressful, and Gohma creeped me out a ton.