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The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

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Genre: Adventure, Puzzle, Role-playing (RPG)

Platforms: Nintendo 3DS

The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds is the first Zelda game made exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS is set in the fan-favorite world of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. A daring adventure awaits Link in Hyrule, where he can use his new ability to become a “drawing” and move along walls of dungeons. This opens up ways to explore and puzzle elements that give Link access to locations he could not otherwise reach.


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Good 90%

Don't be fooled. This is a whole different game than a Link to the Past. It just in the same world design with several twist. After my first playthrough, I lean that the Super Nintendo entry I still better. Revisiting this world in a portable setting is more than satisfying and enjoyable. I will look forward to returning one day for hero mode and gathering everything.

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Some locations seem very familiar, but looking deeper very different. The progress can be presented as open world in segments. Not very long playthrough. Could see one completing over the course of a ... Read More
Negative points
The weapon acquisition system can rub one the wrong way. This turns the game more linear than the open world it tries to be.