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The Legend Of Zelda 3DS – first impressions | EDGE

EDGE: "From the ground floor up to the boss battle on the dungeon’s roof, Zelda 3DS feels immediately familiar. Like so much of Nintendo’s 3DS output, the game’s play with depth and perspective invites players to nudge the 3DS’ slider upwards every few minutes. Thankfully, it is perfectly playable in 2D. However determined Nintendo might be to encourage play in three dimensions, 3DS just doesn’t seem destined to excite the games playing public in the same way DS once did." (3DS, The Legend of Zelda)

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