E3 2013: The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Trailer

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Legend of Zelda A Link Between Worlds | oprainfall

Tuesday morning, Nintendo revealed a new trailer for The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, previously titled A Link to the Past 2, during their E3 Nintendo Direct.

As a sequel to the Super Nintendo’s A Link to the Past, this new title utilizes the original’s Light and Dark World mechanics, allowing players to switch between the two similar-but-different worlds to solve puzzles. A Link to the Past was also known for its layered gameplay, with pits and floors adding a layer of depth to the levels (some pun intended), and A Link Between Worlds will realize this further. Plus, Link now has the added ability to turn into a two-dimensional painting, making him able to scoot along walls and through thin spaces, providing another layer to the puzzle elements.

Let the new trailer sate your appetite:

Look for The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds to release on 3DS later this year.

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Brad's love for gaming began over thirty years ago on the IBM PC1, and is an avid PC and console gamer. Living in rural Vermont, Brad also enjoys target shooting and backyard astronomy, as well as spending time with his wife, four cats, and dog Wrex. He has a Bachelor's degree in Business Management from Johnson State College, and is seeking employment in the nonprofit sector.