The Legend of Zelda: a Link between worlds for the Nintendo 2DS

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So, a Link between worlds is now 4 years old, so why not do an interview of it? By the way, if  you haven’t checked out my last blog post, go check it out. I’m adding a hyper-link (Link pun) so if you want to check it out, click here. Anyway, let’s get to it!






Right, so the first thing is that it’s a LEGEND OF ZELDA GAME so we definitely haven’t got much to worry about, right? The game has a nice feel to it, since it’s on the 3DS. In Japan, a Link between worlds was a sequel to a Link to the past. Surprisingly, not a lot of people know this and think that a Link between worlds is just another attempt of a Zelda game. Well: BREAKING NEWS. It was deliberately supposed to look like that. Anyways, back to the good things. one of my favourite parts of the game is merging in and out of walls (and travelling to Lorule,the alternate universe). merging into walls is another fun way to introduce a different type of puzzle to the game: the 2 dimensions. With this power it puts everything into a different perspective, like avoiding enemies, completing dungeons, obtaining objects and a lot more. Another good thing about this game is the different types of modes. I know that hero mode is in the other games, but this one is the only one that’s a lot like the original Zelda, since it focuses on the puzzle more than combat. With the raised difficulty, it makes the puzzles harder to deal with. Now that I’m done with that, let’s move on to the bad side of this game.







Okay, so as much as I hate to do this, we must press on. My first problem with this game is the enemies. Specifically the crows. The crows always are there when you DON’T want them, like when you’re trying to swim to the house of Gales. Others, such as hinox, are just a pain in the backside to deal with. For example, since they can throw bombs, when you are near Lorule castle, and you’re just walking along, a bomb just comes flying at you from the top of the screen and scares the living life out of you. Luckily, there aren’t many bad things about this game, so I can end it here.
Once again, what’s your opinion of the game?


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One thought on “The Legend of Zelda: a Link between worlds for the Nintendo 2DS”

  1. Never played this before, but the characters sound cool. Your blog does drag on a bit, maybe less description of the game and more about what you enjoy about it

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