The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

released on Nov 22, 2013

The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds is the first Zelda game made exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS. It is an indirect sequel to A Link to the Past with the same version of Hyrule but with new characters and gameplay elements. Unlike the series' tradition, many areas of the world are accessible from the beginning of the game and the dungeons can be visited in any order. Puzzles are encountered not only in dungeons but also in the open world, a part of them revolves around the game's 3D visual effect. The 3DS touch-screen display shows the world, dungeon or map depending on where you are.


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Despite not caring for ALttP I really enjoyed this game and thought it was extremely fun to play with a good story and dungeons! It's the only Zelda game I've done a challenge run on where I played master mode 3 heart containers and didn't buy any items, only renting them when absolutely necessary to progress and then dying to lose them afterwards.

My first completed zelda game. Was fun to use the powers provided and loved the art style

A Link Between Worlds oozes with quality. Extremely solid dungeon design, fun bosses, and a brilliant wall-merging mechanic that re-contextualizes the familiar map of Hyrule. It's no secret that it borrows heavily from A Link to the Past and it's not always successful at that in my opinion. Compared to the SNES classic, the difficulty curve is mostly flat, almost all of the dungeons reuse themes, and the two overworld maps are practically identical. The item rental system was also less punishing than it was probably intended due to the abundance of rupees. It is for these reasons that I consider A Link to the Past the better game, but A Link Between Worlds is still great. It is paced just as well, if not slightly better than its inspiration, and its more nonlinear structure would serve as a great warm-up for fans and Nintendo as the latter prepared to overhaul the series' formula after 25 years.

Peak 2D zelda. Some of the best aesthetics on the 3DS, really good mechanics that take advantage of being a 2D game with 3D graphics. The Story is really lovely, and the world and its characters are really fun to interact with

Esse jogo é uma obra prima!
Tudo nele é excelente, os gráficos são lindos, a trilha sonora é ABSURDA, os personagens são carismáticos, os diálogos divertidos e a mecânica do Link se transformar numa pintura e andar pelas paredes torna a exploração do mundo e a resolução das dungeons muito mais interessantes
Jogar Link Between Worlds é DELICIOSO, se tiver acesso a um 3DS não perca a oportunidade de viver essa aventura!
PS - Esse Zelda se passa no mesmo mundo do Link To The Past, se puder jogue a versão do SNES antes, melhora bastante a experiência!