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Nintendo: Video comparison of “A Link to the Past” and “A Link between World”

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Comparison of two games

No doubt a video comparison was bound to be created that show the similarities of “The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past,” for the Super Nintendo and its sequel, “The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds,” for the Nintendo 3DS. The video is provided by the courtesy of TheBitBlocks YouTube channel, WiiFolderJosh.

As many of you know, A Link to the Past that was originally released on the Super Nintendo in Japan in 1991 and later released in both North America and Europe in 1992. It was huge success and set many standard for action-adventure games to follow. And though the game is a sequel, Nintendo producer, Eiji Aonuma has explained that this is not the same Link from A Link between Worlds.

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As any fool can testify, the graphical difference between the two games are night and day. The layout in A Link between World seems both familiar and yet it appears refresh at the same time do to its beautiful luster. The detail is exquisite, and has a great detail of vibrance that the Super Nintendo was incapable of doing.

I would write more but I feel I could do this new Zelda entry better justice once I get my hands on it.

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