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Submitted by SactoGamer 515d ago | preview

A look at the newly-announced Legend of Zelda 3DS game | Game Guys

The rupee's out of the bag!

Nintendo announced yesterday that developers are working on a new game set in the world of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, which launched for Super NES in 1992. This includes not only locations both new and familiar to those who've played the 21-year-old game, but also a similarly-styled top-down presentation style iconic to the SNES title. (3DS, The Legend of Zelda)

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TheSoundDefense  +   515d ago
Since they appear to be using the same overworld and viewpoint as the original Link to the Past, I wonder if they could cram a remake of the original game onto the cart?
SactoGamer  +   515d ago
I wouldn't bet on it.
bullymangLer  +   515d ago
cool . .this new Zelda game takes place after the events of a Link to the past, on the same land.
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Tuxmask55  +   515d ago
I'm already looking forward to this.

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