The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening

released on Sep 20, 2019

The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening is a remake of the 1993 game of the same name.
After defeating Ganon in "A Link to the Past", Link decides to go on a journey to prepare himself in case such an evil returns. During this journey, Link's ship falls prey to a storm. Link wakes up on the beach of the mysterious island of Koholint, where he must gather eight instruments in order to wake the Wind Fish sleeping atop Mt. Tamaranch and leave the island.


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I think I would've hated this had I not played the original when I was a kid. The graphics updates are very pretty and there's a couple of nice QoL updates but the game design is still very outdated and frustrating, especially when it comes to figuring out where to go and actually getting there. I think all the future handheld Zeldas improved on this one a ton. I don't think this is worth it unless you're really craving more Zelda.

Finishing the original version of this game was the first time I can remember a game making me feel an emotion more complex than joy or anger.
The remake adds a layer of charm in animations and style, although the fish eye effect made me feel a bit ill at times. You don't need me to tell you that a Zelda is worth playing, but I will anyway.

Nintendo please capitalize on this artsyle like square enix is capitalizing on the octopath artstyle I beg of you

Yo pensaba que era un juego corto, pero estoy segurísima de que habré llegado a las 20 horas de juego. Y nosta mal. Zelda siempre es bien.

An awesome remake with great quality of life enhancements on my all-time favorite game from my childhood.

Good times! Faithful adaptation of a classic. Doesn't overstay its welcome. Charming and nostalgic.