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The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past - Four Swords (GBA)

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      13.10.2012 13:20



      Worth buying a GBA for

      The original SNES version of Zelda is rebooted for the Game Boy Advance, and what a fantastic game it is. Improvements over the original are few and far between, but they are not really needed.

      Zelda, a link to the past, was highly regarded as one of the best SNES games back in the early 90's. It ports beautifully to handheld and offers, in my opinion, a better experience, especially for commuters.

      The graphics are simple and clean. The music is captivating and memorable and the gameplay is fun and simple. This very much feels like an old game in that everything is divided up into discrete squares on the map. This doesn't take anything away from the game though and the overworld is big and fun to explore. This game follows the traditional overground/dungeon formula that has worked well for so many Zelda games.

      There is little reason to not own this game if you have a Game Boy Advance, and to anyone that has never played this game before, or even if you have playd the old SNES version all those years ago and want to re-experience it, I would highly recommend this game, even if you don't have a Game Boy Advance, since you can pick up the console for about the same price as the game itself these days.


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