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Is it worth the price, yes. But it depends on whether or not you’ll wish to pay for the price. It isn’t like your going to lose something out of the exchange it still a 5 star game. Whether you want to pay for that experience is up to you.
Despite its very common fps drops to 30 from 60, the game is incredibly fun, especially for someone like me, who has never had the time to complete a Legend of Zelda game until now. I highly recommend this game to new or old Legend of Zelda fans.
Oh Legends of Zelda Link's Awakening you're still an awesome game and hey do you like really adorable graphics well it looks like you're watching an old Christmas special. And you like going on an adventure where the game is not going to hold your hand. And you actually have a sense of accomplishments what are you discover something we've been trying to figure out what to do for an hour or longer. Well you're in luck none of that is in this games............................... all of that is in this game this is an old-school Zelda game. And it's amazing I highly recommend it
This game is super fun. I played the original Gameboy version (non-DX) as a kid, and this game rings true to the nostalgia aspect. The updated graphics bring a new light to the game, and was very happy that the old songs/jingles are still there. My wife, who has never played the game at all before, enjoyed it as well as a fresh player to the game.
For fellow nostalgic-players, there are a few things that are different, but those overlooked, this is a great homage to the original.
Picked this game up on sale, which in this day and age, for a cartridge-game, is almost a must.
I'll be honest: I was never into the Zelda games. I tried the original 8-bit version years ago, and found it weird and frustrating. I recently bought this version as 1) I'm still in a lockdown, and 2) the art is pretty darn adorable, and 3) the cover art features something that looks like a giant Yoshi egg perched on a mountain, and I'm still playing to find out what will hatch out of it (I'm hoping a kaiju-sized Yoshi, but I'm not holding my breath.) Really enjoyable and super-wholesome to play, which is a welcome change from *gestures broadly at everything*
I had the original Game Boy cartridge about 25 years ago... this game is a trip. I have a full time job so I don't have dozens of hours to devote to a single game, so the length hasn't been a problem. I've put about ten or so hours into it and I'm about 2/3rds done. Excellent, lots of fun - best of the old-school Zelda games.
After more than 20 years come back to this game which I hasn't complete yet on game boy, I still have a hard time defeating the boss and find the way in the maze! I am just wondering is Links Awakening really a game which a primary school student can complete in an age when Internet is not convinient as today and didn't have much guidance??? I just want to make up for my childhood to see what is the ending! Still working hard on finishing it!
The kids and I absolutely adore this game. It has a touch of the old Zelda with the upgraded graphics of todays day and age. It has a good amount of game play time, so it will take a few days to finish if you give yourself time in between. It is definitely kid friendly. I would highly recommend it!
Link's Awakening has a soft spot in my heart as my first Zelda experience way back in 93 when my friend lent me his Gameboy. The open world rpg concept blew my 8 year old mind as up until that point I had only ever experienced linear side scrollers . Playing this beautiful remake brought me back to that care free time that saw me immediately fall in love with the zelda franchise. All in all an awesome shot for shot remake with slick new graphics and a few new surprises.