Nintendo is once again tapping into the nostalgic Legend of Zelda crowd with their latest return to the adventures of Link in The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, a follow-up to the 1991 Super NES classic The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. You'll find yourself once again conquer new dungeons, fresh puzzles, and experiencing new gameplay mechanics with the chance to turn into a 2D drawing and walk along walls.
To help us see our way forward is Zelda fan Jickle, armed with his trusty 3DS and a pair of nostalgia goggles to see just what Nintendo has added to their popular formula.
Rarely does a game feel so utterly dedicated to being enjoyable all the way through. Even the most stalwart, traditionalist series fan should be able to appreciate A Link Between Worlds for what it is: the most interesting new Zelda game since Wind Waker.
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