Zelda: Link's Awakening Nintendo Switch Gameplay | E3 2019

Link’s Awakening is back, with a full, top-to-bottom remake! Not a remaster, a remake. Watch the video.

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35 Replies to “Zelda: Link's Awakening Nintendo Switch Gameplay | E3 2019”

  1. Great moments of opera

    One of the absolutely greatest games on the gameboy. There’s something charmless about this remake. For instance, everything looks like it’s made of rubber, which is not what the original evokes. The original felt like an epic, sprawling adventure, this feels like a rubberised kids themepark version of Zelda. The endless nostalgia that Nintendo trades off is the death of art. Sequels, remakes, reboots. It’s all nostalgia – trying to get people to buy new things based on past glories, the memory of how the original superior product made us feel as kids. It’s the same as Disney Star Wars, and so many other things in our culture.

  2. Just A Nugget

    I'm sorry but I have to say it I can't be the only one but links face scares me. When he looks and smiles at the screen with those dark eyes like something out of a Tim burton film. Giving me nightmare before Christmas eyes 👀 the fact he never speaks either doesn't help.

  3. Brandon R

    I initially hated the art style of WW when it was first announced but it later grew on me. I'm hoping this game is the same. The levels look amazing but I'm still not sure about the Fisher-Price little people characters

  4. Ross DeBolt

    Nintendo said there could be a chance of Legend of Zelda Skyword Sword for the Nintendo switch. If your having trouble with finding a way for a hand held way to play maybe you could add another remake to the game like Ocarina of Time or Wind Waker for hand held play

  5. MrBG1138

    Any new way to play Zelda is no doubt a good thing, but I just can’t get myself to like the toy-like art style. Wind Waker taught me long ago that an art style you initially don’t like won’t ruin brilliant gameplay, so I’ll probably just get used to it as I play this.

  6. keniakittykat

    I know this game so well I can pretty much play it with my eyes closed and one finger up my nose. It's gonna take me two days max to get through this. If it's on a day off, I might finish it in one. And still, it's gonna be the game that'll make me buy a switch. ^^'

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