A Link Between Worlds is a sequel to ‘Past, but it’s not going to inspire the same fervour that game did. This is, however, by design rather than an issue of quality – it’s a much punchier game, forsaking Zelda’s usual languid pace in favour of a campaign that feels like it should be sped through. It’s a 12 to 15 hour Zelda game, set across a relatively small map, totally at odds with the capacious epics the series is most beloved for… but it’s also absolutely brilliant.
Much like Pete on last week’s podcast, I am now also perusing Gumtree for a cheap 3DS. Damn you Nintendo! Damn you O’Connor!
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