The upcoming Zelda game coming to Nintendo’s 3D portable, Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, was meant to be a remake of A Link To The Past. Game director Eiji Aonuma stated that he did not want to remake A Link To The Past. The idea for A Link Between Worlds came about when a designer introduced the concept where Link could transform into a 2D character and go into walls, with an appearance much like Paper Mario. The Zelda series has always seen a separate key feature in every game; ability to change masks in Majora’s Mask, ability to summon entities with an Ocarina in Ocarina of Time, and many more. Nintendo is also set to release a remake of The Wind Waker, a Gamecube original, on the Wii U later in the year.
A Link to The Past back in 1991 for the SNES
How the sequel looks like!
The new concept in A Link Between Worlds
The game is set to be released worldwide in November of this year. Get your bow and arrows ready because we are in for another Zelda adventure!