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Submitted by MasonicGamer 408d ago | opinion piece

How A Link Between Worlds Made Me A Zelda Fan Once Again

MasonicGamer: Not too long ago I found myself questioning whether the Legend of Zelda series was doing it’s part in making sure that the series remained one of gaming’s highlights. The rubbishly titled “Has Zelda become one of the most overrated series around?” editorial I wrote late last year certainly caused a fair amount of controversy which was to be expected, some people aren’t going to take kindly to you bashing their favourite games. Never the less despite negative comments I received, my opinion didn’t really change although looking back I’m sure I could of raised some better arguments to back my post.

Going into A Link Between Worlds I wasn’t particularly too impressed with what I had seen, it looked extremely similar to a 20+ year old game and as much as I loved A Link to the Past, did we really need A Link Between Worlds to stick so closely to that game? (3DS, Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds)

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