By Michael Fontanini / June 11th, 2019
This, along with a number of Nintendo’s other first party games show one thing Nintendo is very good at: unique art styles. The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening remake was first debuted earlier this year. The new E3 trailer showed off a little more of the game, including one major new feature that Nintendo has added in. It seems that as you adventure your way around Koholint Island and through the dangers that lie ahead, you will earn chambers. Related to this, we saw a familiar character, good old Dampe the grave keeper (of Zelda: Ocarina of Time fame). You can visit him somewhere on the island, and use the chambers (which are dungeon rooms) you’ve unlocked so far to create and play custom dungeons it seems.
Presumably you will be able to share your custom dungeons online, but this was not shown in the trailer at all. In the trailer, we see a heart shaped dungeon being created. Beyond this, we did not get to see any other options, such as if and how you can change the dungeon’s shape and size. The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening is not far off. Mark your calendar and get ready to set out on your next adventure on September 20th, 2019! Lastly, here are a handful of screenshots of the game in action:
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