Legend of Zelda, The - A Link to the Past (USA) ROM
Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) ROMsGenre: Action-AdventureRating: ESRB: E, ESRB: K-A, OFLC: PG, CERO: A
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The only Zelda game made for the SNES, and a very good one at that!
The graphics aren't anything special - so if you're expecting something like Ocarina of Time or Twilight Princess, remember that this game is on the SNES and graphics are minimal/standard. Personally, I thought they actually lacked, but the gameplay made up for it.
All of the Zelda games are action/puzzle solving with a little bit of RPG mixed in as well. I love this combination, making Zelda and Golden Sun my absolute favorites!
I'd definitely recommend trying out A Link to the Past, even if you're not a typical RPG fan.
Legend Of Zelda: A link to the Past is the third game of the Zelda series, You play as Link and your main goal is to travel around hyrule and rescue Princess Zelda and defeat the dark wizard Gannon, and reclaim the stolen triforce and bring peace once again to the land of Hyrule. To defeat Gannon you must travel Hyrule and collect the three pendant of power, wisdom, and courage and obtain the master sword. You must also traverse the dark world and free the seven maidens who are the descendants of the seven sages who sealed Gannon away.
A Link to the Past is one of the all time best adventure games in existence. I am one of those people who loves the idea of an RPG, but not the major thought process it takes to decide all of the atributes for the new character, use cumbersome magic spells, etc. While this doesn't really qualify as an RPG, it still has all of the great qualities that someone like me really appreciates.
We start out with our hero , who is an average kid, who just happens to be the only person that can save seven kidnapped princesses and save the world from evil. The main bad guy, Gannon, is really a challenge, and the lesser bosses are both inventively drawn and just difficult enough to beat to give you a run for your money without causing you to give up in frustration. (I have actually played through and beaten the game several times over the last 10 yrs. and I still find it challenging and fun.) With it's great puzzles and compelling story, I would recomend this game to anyone who wants a great adventure without all of the hassle of a traditional RPG!
This is one of the best games of all time. It is the best RPG ever. Youare Link a young warrior summoned by princess Zelda to save her from Gannon, the evil wizard. There are many different lands. you must take your time and search around to proceed because you could miss something important. it took me months to finish, and even after you defeat gannon and save the world you'll want to start over again and play through it.
It is one of the most beautiful games for the SNES. It's smooth scrolling and rounded edges utilize the power that was the super Nintendo Console . The music is entrancing and you get pulled into hyrule through the music.
This game is not for the quick player Role players, it's immensly challenging, and trust me at one point or another you WILL swear at the game,or throw something at it, but please don't. That's just the challenge level My rathings
This title is a major step up from the graphics and gameplay of the first Zelda game on NES.
The name is really misleading however.
Ocarina of Time should have been called A Link to the Past. And Majora's Mask should have been called Ocarina of Time (seeing as you travel through time using the ocarina). Not too sure what a better name for this one would've been, though...
You play as young link, nephew of a swordsman who dies immediately and gives you his sword and shield which you can use better than him. You carry on to the dungeon of the castle and save Zelda. No seriously, you save Zelda in the first 3 minutes of gameplay. After escorting Zelda to a sanctuary you are branded a kidnapper by the Hylian knights under control of the evil wizard who's name eludes me. Something with an "A"... "Aginimminahmana"... "Agamemnon"... No, that's Greek Mythology... Semantics.
Anyway, wizard. Evil. Antogonist. Plot importance.
The wise man of the sanctuary sends you on your first quest: Finding the 3 pendants. They serve as a fashion statement that the Master Sword respects and let's you remove it from the pedestal it is placed it. Now that you have the Master Sword it's time to do plot important things in the Dark World. Vagueness preserves story for those who haven't played yet. Now you must save the other princesses from Ganon's wrath (don't tell Zelda). Ganon will beak the seal, unleashing terrible cosplay and internet trolls in all of Hyrule if you do not succeed. No pressure.
All in all, a great game. Common enough to be easily purchased on the web or at a community market. Classic enough for people to try to rip you off. Shop smart if you want the cartridge.
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