The Legend of Zelda:Link To the Past - Super Nintendo Video Game - SNES Game
A Link to the Past remains the single greatest 16-bit action adventure Nintendo ever produced! Many gamers can still remember when they first heard the howling storm fade to the sound of muted rainfall as soon as they entered Princess Zelda’s prison. No detail was overlooked, to make this the most immersive Zelda yet. A Link to the Past pushed the SNES to its limits to offer up an adventure that surpassed the original NES Classic in every way. Link’s inventory of epic weapons was twice as big. With the addition of the perilous Dark World, the game map was now three times bigger. And with every fresh puzzle, trap, and enemy, it proved to be four times tougher than ever. This was the game that pushed you to explore every corner of its seemingly endless fields, dungeons, and forests to discover every last one of its secrets. With an unforgettable soundtrack that would go on to be remastered time and time again, a sweeping narrative, and advanced battling controls, A Link to the Past was the game that rightfully set the standard for all Zelda games to follow. While it may not have been the first game in the series, there is no denying that this SNES classici is where the story of Nintendo’s greatest epic truly began.
Original Super Nintendo SNES game cartridge only.
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FeaturesThe Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past SNES: 1992 This is the first of many Zelda games to have Hyrule’s history told within the game, and the first in which Ganon’s name in human form, Ganondorf, is revealed. During this game, Ganon is in his demonic form, and sealed in the “Golden Land” (more commonly known as the Sacred Realm) with the Triforce. The game’s instruction manual tells how all three pieces of the Triforce were originally hidden in the Golden Land. One day long ago, it was found by Ganondorf the Thief, and it granted his evil wish for a monstrous army to attack Hyrule. While the Knights of Hyrule defended the land, the Seven Sages created a magic seal to close off the Golden Realm. The game itself revolves around Ganon’s ultimately-successful attempt to break the Sages’ seal. Princess Zelda alerts Link to this, and Link goes on a quest to find the Master Sword (its first named appearance in the series), then defeats Ganon to reclaim the Triforce, using various means to travel between Hyrule and the Golden Land (now called the Dark World) during his efforts.
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