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The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds 3DS Review | iGame Responsibly

Nick of iGR writes: "So, during the roll-out of the newest, biggest, and baddest gaming consoles around, Nintendo quietly remained in the market, chugging along as if the world hadn’t ended for them, and the walls weren’t crashing all around them. Of course, these doom and gloom prophecies of Nintendo’s fate following the releases of the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One were always a bit hyperbolic. However, it did seem that Nintendo was primed to become just a footnote in the story, considering the limited number of households that actually own a Wii U. That being said, the portable gaming market is still where Nintendo really finds its comfort zone. This has never been proven truer than with their highly acclaimed 3DS title, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds." (3DS, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds) 4/5

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