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Nintendo Download for 9/19/19

Well folks, it's Thursday, so that means time for another Nintendo Download. This week has some cool new games to check out, as well as a behemoth of a classic remade for Switch. As if that's not enough, there's also the usual sales and a lot of new digital games worth looking into. Let's get started with a return to Koholint Island! Yes, none other than the classic Link's Awakening
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E3 2019 Hands-On IMPRESSIONS: The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening

Title: The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Publisher(s): Nintendo Platform(s): Nintendo Switch Release Date: September 20, 2019 My twenty-minute demo of The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening started me off at the very beginning of the game where I am washed up on shore and went through the opening stages of the game until I very nearly completed the game's first dungeon. The basic plot line behind The Legend of
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E3 2019: Zelda: Link’s Awakening New Feature Revealed

  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
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The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening Remake coming to Switch in 2019

A remake of the Game Boy classic, The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening, has been announced today for a 2019 release. Link's Awakening originally debuted in 1993, taking place after the events of Zelda II. Sailing the seas, Link is caught in a storm and shipwrecked on the remote island of Koholint. Seemingly tranquil at first, the island of Koholint hides many secrets, all tied to the mythical Wind Fish.
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MOSAIC: The Legend of…

This article is part of an ongoing series. The inaugural piece can be found here.  I began my gaming-laced introspection on the notion of time-travelling in order to help me more easily realize the various “epochs” in my own life. What key moments in the past twenty-five years of life do I deem the most worthy? I’m not the type to contemplate what would happen if I could travel freely between them,
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Staff Picks: Top 10 Handheld Games (Nintendo)

I’m going to level with you all: some of the Top 10 Lists that the Operation Rainfall Staff have compiled in the past were…admittedly skewed. There’s simply no denying our affinity towards RPGs, and we know some our lists yielded less-than-desirable results from the majority of you. With that said, we spent a decent amount of time discussing how to improve our voting process. Without going into too much detail—we’ve
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Nintendo Download: August 9th, 2012

Welp, Nintendo has decided to grace us once again with its digital offerings with this week's Nintendo Download. This week, they’ve been kind enough to give us not one, not two, but three games that nobody’s ever heard of. Slow down, Nintendo of America! Don’t want to hurt yourself! The games available this week include Commando: Steel Disaster on the DSi ($7.99), Touch Battle Tank 3D ($4.99), and Real Bout
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Operation Rainfall Origins: Link’s Awakening

Video games have evolved considerably from the pinball machines, space wars, and Pong-inspired goodness they used to be. One established franchise after the next seems to be celebrating their twentieth or twenty-fifth anniversaries. Every celebration brings about nostalgia, and with that comes various expositions on how things were / how they’re better now. Personally, I prefer something simple over something complex, because the more there is to control (such as
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The Zelda Symphony: A Godlike Experience

[caption id="attachment_10297" align="aligncenter" width="580"] This one's fit for a Goddess.[/caption] While it has taken a Smithsonian exhibit to convince the general public that video games are art, video game music has had an easier road to travel. Hugely successful concert series like Video Games Live!, Play! A Video Game Symphony and Distant Worlds: Music from Final Fantasy have shown older generations that video game music is not just a collection