An all-new adventure in the world of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past Become a living painting to slide within walls and between two dimensions at war Sink into the classic, top-down world of Zelda with 3D visuals at 60 FPS Easily swap inventory items on the Nintendo 3DS touch screen Two worlds collide in an all-new adventure set in the world of Super NES classic The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. In this newly spun tale, Link transforms into a living painting to cross into a dark, parallel dimension mirroring Hyrule. Conquer the puzzles, traps, and hidden rooms of deadly dungeons to save both worlds from certain doom! Brought to life in 3D, this beloved, top-down world is the perfect backdrop for a sweeping new tale. Dungeons sink deep below the screen as Link and his attacks pop out, highlighting the nonstop action. The pace is faster than ever, especially since you can swap items on the Nintendo 3DS touch screen. Shoot an arrow, toss a boomerang, bomb a wall, then merge into a painting to slide between two worlds — all in a matter of seconds. With gameplay, visuals, and controls this smooth and consistent, no Zelda adventure has ever been so action-packed. Key Features An all-new adventure in the world of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past Become a living painting to slide within walls and between two dimensions at war Sink into the classic, top-down world of Zelda with 3D visuals at 60 FPS Easily swap inventory items on the Nintendo 3DS touch screen Immerse yourself in a new adventure set in a familiar world view larger Strategically become a painting within the wall to navigate your way through gameplay view larger Switching between items is easier than ever on the touch screen view larger Utilize 3D functionality to truly experience the top-down world of Zelda view larger
Been playing Zelda games for years, not a fan boy just a casual player. I never cared for the top down games as much (and I grew up when they were new), but this is different. I love this game, and the wall walking is great--as is the non-linear play style. This is only second to OOT. Highly recommended.
Disclaimer: no major spoilers.For over 20 years I've been waiting for a Zelda like this. My favorite game in the series is A Link to the Past, and this newest release is like that excellent game on steroids. In my opinion, the last great Zelda game was Wind Waker. The previous two home console games, Twilight Princess and Skyward Sword, were very good but lacked the magic that gave me any motivation to play through them again, and the two DS games were average. Bor..
This game is a long time in coming. Having originally picked up A Link Between Worlds upon release and wanting to do nothing more than play the sequel to my favorite Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, life got in the way. Fast forward three months and I decided to pick it back up and restart from the beginning while heading out on a trip. The result was a bit of a sun burn and a hugely satisfying journey.Once again taking up the role of Link in one of his many reincarnations, The player..