For 12 long years I’ve revered Zelda: Ocarina of Time. A flawless game, something that made you appreciate the medium as a whole, so full of little details which together brought (almost) perfection.
I’ve spent many hours thinking what was what made Ocarina of Time. I could never nail it down, but I always came to the same conclusion: it was the experience as a whole, everything coming together in a way that was almost magical.
This week sees the release of two of the most awaited Nintendo e-Shop games: The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Anniversary Edition and the venerable Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins.
The first one will be a completely free release commemorating the 25th anniversary of Zelda, while the second one will cost around 5$ and it’s obviously being released now to get people hyped for the Super Mario 3D Land launch in November.
Zelda: Four Swords Anniversary will feature a single player mode as well as the multiplayer mode which we all loved some years ago.