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The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening is an action-adventure game developed by Nintendo EPD and Grezzo, and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch. It was released on September 20, 2019.
Link’s Awakening is a remake of the 1993 game for the Game Boy. It retains the original’s top-down perspective and gameplay, along with elements from the 1998 re-release Link’s Awakening DX. The game features a “retro-modern” art style unique within the series with toy-like character designs, diorama-like world designs, and tilt-shift visuals that evoke the original game’s presentation on the Game Boy. It also features customizable dungeons which the player can create and then complete for rewards.
Its story is set on Koholint Island, where Link, the player character, is stranded after his ship is caught up in a storm. After being rescued by a girl named Marin, Link embarks on a quest to collect the eight instruments of the Sirens and awaken Koholint’s legendary Wind Fish in order to escape the island. Similar to other games in the Zelda series, the player traverses an open world with dungeons scattered throughout, featuring puzzle-solving sections and boss fights, along with trading sidequests. In contrast to other top-down games in the series however, Link’s Awakening allows the player to jump over obstacles and onto platforms, and also features side-scrolling platforming sections. The “Color Dungeon” from Link’s Awakening DX, which features color-based action and puzzle gameplay, is included. In the Link’s Awakening remake, Link’s sword, shield, and upgrades are permanently equipped, allowing more items to be equipped to action buttons in comparison to the original game.
The E3 trailer also confirmed new additions such as a fairy bottle and a higher capacity of at least 20 hearts versus the 14 heart limit in the game boy releases. Various minigames also received updates, such as realistic physics in the claw crane minigame. As players progress in the game, rooms from completed dungeons can be collected as pieces that the player can use to reassemble their own dungeons by visiting the non-player character Dampé at his shack. The player can then complete these dungeons in a time attack mode to earn rewards such as a life-replenishing fairy bottle, contributing to an increased replay value over the original game. The use of Amiibo figurines in a customized dungeons activates “plus effects” that enhance the gameplay of the dungeons. Using the Link figurine from the Link’s Awakening series of Amiibo summons Shadow Link, who chases the player through the dungeon and increases the value of rewards earned upon completing the dungeon. Other figurines from the Zelda series of Amiibo and Zelda-themed figurines from the Super Smash Bros. series of Amiibo have their own plus-effects in Link’s Awakening.
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