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Submitted by Pozzle 248d ago | review

Why Zelda: A Link Between Worlds’ Overworld Is My Favorite In The Series | Siliconera

Siliconera: There’s something tucked away in every corner of Lorule. In your travels, you’ll come across a baseball mini-game starring an Octorok with a mean fastball and a devilish girl who invites you to partake in the baddy-bashing gauntlets of the Treacherous Tower. (3DS, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds) -

for we are many  +   248d ago
It's games like this that make you wonder how Nintendo can maintain that high level of quality over what is nearly 30 years of producing Zelda games while managing to remain fresh by installing new gameplay, control and design ideas or different visual designs altogether. For all the negativity and hate directed toward Nintendo from juvenile media and fanboy base, they still continue to make games with the highest caliber of quality and value despite the rabid bullying and desperate cries for them to be sold for M$ or Disney for example. This has to stop in favor of enjoying the games that Nintendo make and wishing them continued success, longevity and adherence to quality, after all, it's gamers who would be the biggest losers if the opposite happens!
Lon3wolf  +   248d ago
Looks (better graphically) and sounds like the over world of Link to the past to me, not a bad thing at all. You had a few mini games etc. in that too.

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