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The Legend of Zelda: Links Awakening - Standard Edition
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- Explore a reimagined Koholint Island in one of the most beloved games in the Legend of Zelda series
- Explore numerous dungeons, riddled with tricks, traps, and enemies, including some from the Super Mario series
- Earn Chambers (Dungeon Rooms) and arrange them to complete objectives in the all-new Chamber Dungeon
- Complete dungeons throughout the story to earn their rooms for the Chamber Dungeon
- Earn additional chambers in mini-games by tapping any amiibo figure featuring a Legend of Zelda character
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- Language : English, French
- Rated : Everyone
- Parcel Dimensions : 16.9 x 10.5 x 1.2 cm; 50 Grams
- Release date : Sept. 20 2019
- Manufacturer : Nintendo
- Place of Business : Redmond, WA 98052, US
- ASIN : B07SZ3V193
- Item model number : HCCPAR3NA
- Customer Reviews:
Link has washed ashore on a mysterious island with strange and colorful inhabitants. To escape the island, Link must collect magical instruments across the land and awaken the Wind Fish. Explore a reimagined Koholint Island that’s been faithfully rebuilt in a brand-new art style that will entice fans and newcomers alike. Battle enemies as you conquer numerous dungeons and uncover the hidden secrets of the island. Encounter Super Mario enemies like Goombas, Piranha Plants, and more, and interact with unique locals who help Link on his adventure. As you clear dungeons throughout the main story, earn dungeon rooms (Chambers), then arrange them into custom layouts in the all-new Chamber Dungeon. Place your dungeon entrance, Nightmare room, and everything in between as you try to fulfill objectives and play through a new dungeon. Tap compatible amiibo figures to earn more Chambers and find additional Chambers throughout the game in updated mini-games, such as the river rapids, trendy game, and fishing.
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Can you escape Koholint Island?
Link has washed ashore on a mysterious island with strange and colorful inhabitants. To escape the island, Link must collect magical instruments across the land and awaken the Wind Fish. Explore a reimagined Koholint Island that’s been faithfully rebuilt in a brand-new art style that will entice fans and newcomers alike. Battle enemies as you conquer numerous dungeons and uncover the hidden secrets of the island.
Explore Koholint Island to awaken the Wind Fish to find a way home
Discover perilous dungeons with tricks, traps, and enemies
Earn, arrange, and complete objectives in the all-new Chamber Dungeon
Meet the colorful cast
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Don’t ask me why that’s so amusing 😝🙄😝.
I have no idea but I thought this was the absolute funniest thing and I spent a good 20 mins doing this.
I was on a quest to find the sword but I never got that far after finding the chicken run so entertaining.
Ah the little things in life are so much fun 😆
Only thing that baffles me is the dungeon maker. Nintendo didn't add online sharing, instead you export your custom dungeon into an Amiibo to share it. Having an online component would have made this feature much more useful and increased the replayability. I think it hurt their potential for this one becoming one of their Evergreen titles like MK, Breath of the Wild and Odyssey. The urge to play this title repeatedly is hurt by Nintendo's lack of understanding what their customers want and online functionality in their ecosystem. Once you're done playing this there's not much reason to boot it up and play again unless you have a bunch of friends, Amiibo and dungeon builders in that small group. I understand they wanna make money from their Amiibo sales but it feels like a no brainer that Nintendo intentionally omitted. It's a fantastic idea crippled because "Nintendo"
Framerates do suffer here and there, especially when transitioning screens. Being a first party title I would have expected a little better but it doesn't hurt the experience much. After the scene loads it smooths out and runs well. The game seems to run a little better in portable mode and is a perfect bite sized Zelda game on the go.
As long as you head into this game with reasonable expectations (This is not a 100+ hour epic like BOTW) and enjoy the old school top down Zelda games like LTTP and Link Between Worlds you're gonna get a fun and memorable look into one of the games that many consider to be one of the top Zelda games.
If you're looking to buy this for a Mario Maker-esque dungeon maker, skip it. Sadly it's a nice addition but it's hampered by not having a way to reasonably share\play dungeons with others, a real missed opportunity by Nintendo.
One thing that is a real problem however, despite the asking price, is the at times bad performance from the game. It hitches and slows down during gameplay and it is quite noticeable. For a game that looks as beautiful as it does, I wish it played smoother and more consistent. When it plays at full fps, it is a real treat, but it tanks often enough to detract from its polish, unfortunately.