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The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Re-Make for Switch Announced!

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http://newsletter.gamespot.com/re?l=D0I2r8in8kIrnc9j2zIt

It's real, it's legit, it's happening, it's coming out later this year in 2019, one of the most amazing games for the Game Boy and the Game Boy Color, is getting an HD treatment on the Switch! It's so exciting! This is definitely one game to watch (and discuss), once it comes out. In the meantime, you can talk about memories you have of the original and the Game Boy Color version of this game! Enough said, true believers! ;)

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Never played any of the original iterations, but its reputation sure precedes it. I personally don't mind the aesthetic they decided to go with here. I quite like that it reminds me of a Rankin-Bass Christmas special.

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The video game now has an official release date; September 20th. And in the U.S., there are two different versions available to buy! The normal, base game, and a Dreamer's Edition of the game, which includes bonus stuff with the game. Here's a link to the official article, where you can also see official images of the upcoming game. http://newsletter.gamespot.com/re?l=D0I2r8kbfbIrnc9j2zIs Enough said, true believers!

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More information about the video game has come out. For the first time in North America, video game enthusiasts now have the option to create their own dungeons! The way that it works, is that video game players earn various dungeon room features, by playing through the pre-existing dungeons that already exist within the game. Than, they can go to a new shrine (located in the location where the Camera Shop was located in the Game Boy Color version of the game), and there, they can create a brand new dungeon layout of their choice! Each dungeon has to have an entrance, a boss room, and every single room must be connected to at LEAST one other room, in some way, shape, or form, and you can't customize the contents within the dungeon lay-outs, since the only content you can use, is the content that you find within the pre-existing dungeons within the game. Still, it is a brand new experience to play with in North America! Here is a link to the official article, which also contains a video featuring a roughly 15 minute play-through of the game, which gets up to the first dungeon, so you can get a rough idea of how the re-make of this game plays, looks, and works. http://newsletter.gamespot.com/re?l=D0I2r8kcsfIrnc9j2zIy Enough said, true believers!

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