The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening is a remake of the 1993 classic Game Boy classic on the Nintendo Switch next week. Younger Nintendo fans may not have played the original yet, older players probably have not played for several years. If that sounds like you, the new overview trailer of the game will help you.
In the Summary Trailer Link's Awakening we are acquainted with the character set of the game, which differs from that in other Zelda games. Among them is Marin, who looks like Princess Zelda. The similarly named Tarin is similar to Mario, and that's not the only allusion to Nintendo's most popular series. Chain Chomps also appear.
Since the first game was released, long before the fans started compiling Zelda stories, Link's Awakening remains a strange beast. Link retains some of his classic weapons and tools in Link's Awakening on 1
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was removed from traditional dungeon-based gameplay from previous games, but Link's Awakening will give much-loved old-school purists , Finding objects in treasure chests and solving puzzles are big parts of the gameplay loop, as well as turning off the dangerous enemies that hide in them. During your adventure, you can collect pieces of "Chamber Dungeons" that you can then assemble to create your own creation.
There are many mini-games and activities to try, including fishing and rafting on a raft. If you want to try a skill crane for extra goodies, you can. A doll by Yoshi is even available on September 20th.