Nintendo Announces A Link To The Past 2 For The 3DS

Photo courtesy polygon.com
Photo courtesy polygon.com

Nintendo blew all Zelda fans away this morning on their 3DS direct stream when they announced The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past 2, a true sequel to the SNES classic. The game will be releasing this holiday for the 3DS. A video will be made available later on the Nintendo eShop and we will have it for you here as soon as we get it.

The game takes place in the same world as A Link to the Past and features new locations and dungeons. Link will possess the ability to turn himself into a 2D sticker to make his way into various places by clinging to walls.

May I personally just say that I apologize to Nintendo for wondering why they would have a direct stream this morning to focus mainly on the 3DS. You have given me new Zelda. I am sorry sir.

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  1. […] I was initially surprised with the announcement, but then it became more apparent to me that Nintendo may have been moving towards this anyway. At last year’s E3, they had a large press conference as well as three of four separate events at the show or through Nintendo’s direct stream. Over the past year Nintendo has used their direct stream to announce their biggest games including The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past 2. […]

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