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3DS The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds – 3DS Game

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The game is fully tested & guaranteed to work. It’s the cartridge / disc only unless otherwise specified.
3DS The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Nintendo 3DS Game


PRODUCT DETAILS
UPC:045496742539
Condition:Used
Genre:Action & Adventure
Platform:Nintendo 3DS
Region:NTSC (N. America)
ESRB:Everyone
SKU:3DS_ZELDA_LINK_BETWEEN

———This game is fully cleaned, tested & working. Includes the Disc/Cartridge Only. May have some minor scratches/scuffs.This description was last updated on October 28th, 2020.

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63 reviews for 3DS The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds - 3DS Game

4.87/5
Based on 63 Ratings

 


  1. ErickWolff
    Really enjoyed it, im a big LOZ fan. Not a MASSIVE one like i know a lot of people are. But I always check to see whats new in links world and I am not disappointed with this installment. This is a great entry game as well as a sequel. It was fun figuring out all the puzzles in the dungeons, not boring like a lot of puzzles in games nowadays. There's alway something to do .. Obviously until you've done everything though.. But even then.. you can do hero mode!

    January 24, 2023


  2. From Detroit
    Growing up with The Legend of Zelda and A Link to the Past set the bar fairly high fairly early on in my gaming career. I never had a Nintendo 64, and I did try Windwaker on my Game Cube, but couldn't get into it. I was very excited when I found out this game was on the 3DS, as it seemed to pay homage to A Link to the Past, and it definitely delivers! It feels like a proper Zelda game. The controls are very responsive, as I'd expect. Overall, I'm pleased with the graphics. The developers did a wonderful job rendering the game, and the ability to jump into the walls adds a very nice dimension to the game play (no pun intended) without feeling too gimmicky. This game definitely scratches that nostalgia itch while simultaneously feeling current. This is a slam dunk!

    January 24, 2023


  3. Nathaniel
    I LOVE this game. This was my first game purchase with my 3DS XL. In waiting for this one to arrive by post, I played the old SNES title A Link to the Past to "warm up" for this one. I'm still in the midst of exploring Hyrule and Lorule, but so far the game is superb. I'm not going to go into too much detail and spoil things, but if you've played ALttP, this title will be a breeze for you. For those who hated fighting Moldorm(that big ugly armored worm), it's easier to fight him in this title. Had to get that out, as I've talked to many people who socked away their ALttP cart in storage, because of Moldorm being so frustrating. No worries this time! The controls are near-perfect, but they take some getting used to. Took me an hour or so. The graphics are great; similar to Animal Crossing, Wind Waker, ALttP, and really cool in the 3D setting. Like I said, I won't spoil the game for you, but I am saying this is a superb game, and you must buy and play this!**Keep in mind that the 3DS' 3D effects are NOT recommended for kids under 6, and that kids should be supervised while playing these games. This advisory comes from Nintendo themselves; they care about your kids!**

    January 23, 2023


  4. Aaron "Kunai" Rodriguez
    I've played the original Link to the past, and the more i play this, the more i actually felt like playing more of the same, but it's a GOOD more of the same (if that makes any sense at all.) The puzzles are challenging at times (had to look up a walkthrough for my second playthrough when i get to it) but are rewarding in the end. I like the ability to merge into walls to bypass many obstacles. (Especially in the skull woods dungeon-The wallmasters can't touch you in the walls, now can they?)All in all, although it may look easy, it is. However, it is this way to give people who haven't played a Zelda game in their entire life to give it a whirl. The hardcore players might get a nostalgia trip, the casual gamers can get into the pick up and play aspect of it, and the newcomers have a chance to experience what made Zelda such a staple in Nintendo's history in the first place.I know a lot of other people have been giving this game a hard time, and I think that they're wasting their time. From their reviews, I feel like they haven't even played the game. And to them I say this: You can't make accusations about something that you haven't experienced. Learn to grow up and stop trolling everything that you think isn't good enough.That ends my review. Have a nice Day.Kunai

    January 19, 2023


  5. Dr_LHA
    I'm a big Zelda fan, but have found some of the later editions lacking. This one gets things back on track by taking us back to basics: 2D, explorable over world without boats or trains or flying around in the sky. The twist is that items are rentable at any point in the game, but it turns out this is a revelation making the Zelda dungeon experience much more non-linear, i.e. when I got stuck I could just exit and go do a different dungeon.If there's a downside it's a flaw in most modern games: it's too easy, especially the boss battles. However, even given that I think this is one of the best Zelda games in years.

    January 16, 2023


  6. SB
    Wow. I never thought I would like this game as much as I did, mostly because I expected this to be like the DS games Phantom Hourglass and Spirit Tracks, which were pretty lackluster for me. Everything you love about zelda games can be found here: catchy music, characters that grow on you as you progress, great story, great gameplay, and overall just fun to play. The 3D is great here too, especially when it plays with distance and height on some levels, the 3D will make you nervous if you are like me and are afraid of heights, I get shivers just thinking about it. Best game on 3DS right now, if you have a 3DS or don't, this game alone should justify having one.

    January 16, 2023


  7. AlbertD7
    If you really like the adventures of Zelda and Link, for great adventure, puzzles and collecting all items, then this game is of your choice. Also having a fresh story apart from A Link to the Past (ALTTP). I mean, is part of the chronology from the universe of Legend of Zelda but different story from ALTP, that will immerse you trough a new adventure, puzzles and bosses.One more to add for the Zelda collection games.

    January 13, 2023


  8. E. Joy
    So, my husband and I had bought my son (he's almost 6) a Nintendo 3DS XL for Christmas this year, since he had been SUCH a good boy (cough cough). After bring it home to wrap up, I began to get all nostalgic and my thoughts turned to all those fond memories I had of sitting in front of my old grey-bricked Gameboy, playing for extended periods of time and neglecting my chores and homework. I was remembering all those hours, days and weeks I burned up after Christmas one year, when I myself received the new Gameboy Color! Oh, how happy I was, and oh, how angry my parents were when they got their phone bill! I can't even begin to tell you how many times I called the Nintendo Hotline. I had it memorized and on speed dial. But when it came to wasting my life away on games, Zelda was the one that I was ready to drop out of school for. I was addicted and needed help, clearly. But alas, my love for the games faded when I got to high school, and I began to go more for the boys rather than the Gameboys. So, upon digging up all those old feelings, I decided that I would spoil myself a bit and buy The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds for myself. I thought "Hey, he can't play while he's sleeping! So, I'll just sneak his DS into our bedroom and play for a few minutes before bed!". What a swell idea! Wrongo. This is beginning to turn into my elementary & middle school years all over again. I was up last night till 4am playing this game. And it's been like that pretty much ever.

    January 13, 2023