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The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds is one of the very best Zelda games there has ever been. For some, that's saying a lot. For me, especially, as I have played and enjoyed almost all of them (with the exception of those dreadful Phillips CD-i entries). It's the most accessible Zelda they've developed in years. The puzzles had new and inventive elements that felt satisfying. They didn't phone-in the plot, and they didn't hit you over the head with it either. They even ditched some of the bored old mechanics that critics use as ammo when saying "Nintendo lacking any real innovation". If you have a 3DS, buy it and play it. Simple as that.
In the game, you gain the ability to shift into the wall as a painting. In one section, you shift unknowingly into a woman's locked house. Of course, this is crazy bananas Nintendo world, with crazy bananas Nintendo logic, and instead of screaming and running away, she gives you a heart piece. Children, maybe don't learn life lessons from this...
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