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The Legend of Zelda comes to Xbox 360! (well, sort of)

Destructiod writes:

"Okay, I am not even exaggerating. This is the greatest thing I have ever seen.

Using the custom level editor in N+ for XBLA, user 007craft managed to create side-scrolling platformer levels to resemble the level design in NES masterpiece The Legend of Zelda.

Honestly, it is kind of hard to explain. You just need to watch it. Like, right now.

Incredible, huh? He/she even managed to get the monster placement perfect. And notice how the exit gate keys are placed in the caves? And Aquamentus?! DID YOU SEE AQUAMENTUS?! Genius! Granted, I might be a little more impressed than the average person since the levels I have designed in N+ consist of a straight platform with only two stationary mines to jump over.

What do you think? Are there any other classic games you would love to see recreated in the world of N+ (um, Metroid please!)? And why is everyone in this world so much more frickin' talented than I am?"

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snoop_dizzle3323d ago

i wonder if someone will get in trouble for this. Its pretty cool though

Syko3323d ago

WOW, Makes the 17 hours I've dumped into Lost Odyssey this week look like chump change!

7h3ultim8p003323d ago

Awesome get!

Next: Super Mario

Omicron3323d ago

Fellow Xbox players would love to have a game of the caliber of TLOZ in their console. But that's not going to happen.

nirwanda3323d ago

good action rpg with good puzzles are a rare breed on the playstion and the xbox I wish someone like rare would have a go there's not many good platform games on the 360 this gen either.

Erdrick3323d ago

whats with all the floaty-jumping and sticking to walls/ wall-jumping? it doesn't look like any zelda game at all and certainly doesn't play like one.

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