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The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past

SNES game. Play as Link in this awsome adventure game.

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A Quick Tip by TheJohn

  • Sep 26, 2010
Awesome game that gave Link the 16 bit treatment much like Mario was given earlier. Classic.
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review by . September 26, 2010
posted in The Gaming Hub
When the Super Nintendo came out in the early 90's many games that were big on the NES were remade or had sequels that were bigger and better over they're 8 bit counterparts.  Gradius, Castlevania, Mario and others all had big hits on the old console and jumped into the 16 bit lifestyle with both feet to great success.  Link, the hero of THE NES search and adventure game got the 16 bit treatment and it is fantastic.      The story opens with Link being awoken …
Quick Tip by . September 26, 2010
posted in The Gaming Hub
The typical 16 bit treatment that Nintendo was giving it's old classics was NOT lost on Link and this game is a classic with more scary lands and dungeons to explore then before.
review by . July 31, 2010
posted in The Gaming Hub
This is the classic Zelda game, the one that enshrined the franchise in video game history. This game is still fun after almost 20 years - and it's now available on Wii. Great music, beautiful worlds, fun and challenging levels. Unique amongst video games at the time (or even today), it has a rich plot, including a dramatic opening level. The switch between the Light and Dark worlds works great. At some points the game gets ridiculously difficult, but usually it is pretty manageable. Just make …
Quick Tip by . September 09, 2010
After the first dungeon in the dark world, I usually head straight to dungeon 4 in order to unlock some useful items to help out in previous dungeons.
review by . July 31, 2010
This is the classic Zelda game, the one that enshrined the franchise in video game history. This game is still fun after almost 20 years - and it's now available on Wii. Great music, beautiful worlds, fun and challenging levels. Unique amongst video games at the time (or even today), it has a rich plot, including a dramatic opening level. The switch between the Light and Dark worlds works great. At some points the game gets ridiculously difficult, but usually it is pretty manageable. Just make sure …
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Player demand for the re-release of this Super NES smash hit couldn't be any higher. In all his glory Link ventures back to the land of Hyrule. The predecessors of Link and Zelda face monsters on the march when a menacing magician takes over the kingdom. Only you can prevent his evil plot from shattering the peaceful Hyrule. In your quest you'll venture into twisting mazes dungeons palaces and shadowy forests. Test your mettle with mighty swords and magical weapons. Or heft a boulder and hurl it at your enemies. If the going gets tough dive into a river-you can swim to escape! Learn powerful spells locate magical artifacts and solve the mysteries of the evil magician and the hidden realm of Hyrule.
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Number of Players: 1
Developer: Nintendo
Console: Super Nintendo
Genre: Action RPG
Release Date: April 13, 1992
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"A classic"
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