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Nintendo returns with “Legend of Zelda”, 26 years after Game Boy Classic

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Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at wnobserver.com
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Nintendo has announced the launch of Legend of Zelda, a new version of Game Boy Classic and Link’s Awakening on September 20.

“Link’s Awakening” was released in 1993 and is the first portable game to be re-released in a new format, making it an ideal title to reshape Nintendo’s portable console, the report said in a report on Business Insider.

Link’s Awakening leaves the players stranded on a mysterious island and has to wake up a legendary creature called Wind Fish to find its way home, the report said.

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“Link’s Awakening” has been replaced by a cartoon-style cartoon-like version of the “Link’s Awakening”, which in no way resembles the other adventure that has attracted fans for more than 25 years.

The report of the site “Insider” summarized everything that was announced in the new version, namely:

A terrible storm can be seen at the beginning of “Link’s Awakening”. Instead of the kingdom of Hyrule, which was prevalent in the Zelda games in its old versions, the player is awakened to find himself on Koholint Island.

The player eventually learns that to escape from Koholint Island, he wakes up Wind Fish, a legendary giant egg residing at the top of the island.

Link’s Awakening has been completely rebuilt in a unique visual style that resembles nothing in the Zelda series yet.

But like all “Zelda” games, players will work on an adventure across the map killing monsters in an attempt to save the world.

The player will discover that there are people in the islands around him who can talk to them so he can solve the mystery.

It will also experience some fun mini-games and other hidden secrets.

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