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| The Legend of Zelda:|
A Link to the Past & Four Swords
North American box art
|Genre(s)||Action, Adventure, Fantasy|
|ESRB CERO ACB|
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past & Four Swords is a Game Boy Advance remake of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past on the SNES. The Four Swords section of the game is entirely new, and was developed by both Nintendo and Flagship, the team behind The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages and a company that was owned by Capcom. It is primarily a multiplayer game, whereas A Link to the Past is exclusively a single player experience.
- The triforce sequence at the start can now be skipped
- The audio is notably louder
- The game can be saved at any time
- The music has been remixed and sounds more like that of Ocarina of Time
- Sound effects from Ocarina of Time have been added
- The item "faerie" has been corrected to "fairy" for the North American localization (although the Virtual Console port remains the same)
- The game can be saved at any time and Link can spawn from the last building he entered
- A new, multiplayer-only game has been added
The Four Swords part of the game was developed by Capcom's Flagship studio in cooperation with Nintendo R&D2. The game is a multiplayer experience that has the players (2-4) go through randomly generated dungeons, completing the puzzles to reach the end. The puzzles that are present will be determined by the number of players currently playing. For example, if two players are playing, then a puzzle that can only be completed with four players will not be present, though that particular puzzle will be if there are four people connected. The game had a GameCube successor called The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures. The mechanic of controlling more than one Link was also implemented in the Game Boy Advance title The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap, which was also created by Flagship.
A Link to the Past & Four Swords is one of the best received video games on the Game Boy Advance, partly because of the fact that it is a remake of one of the more beloved Zelda video games. On Metacritic the game has a whopping 95%.
The game sold over two million copies internationally.
|The Legend of Zelda series|
|Console games||Legend of Zelda (NES Classics) • Zelda II (NES Classics) • A Link to the Past • Ocarina of Time (Master Quest) • Majora's Mask • Collector's Edition • The Wind Waker • Four Swords Adventures • Twilight Princess • Link's Crossbow Training • Skyward Sword|
|Handheld games||Links Awakening (DX) • Oracle of Ages/Seasons • A Link to the Past & Four Swords • The Minish Cap • Phantom Hourglass • Spirit Tracks • Ocarina of Time 3D • Majora's Mask 3D • Tri Force Heroes|
|Other games||Zelda (G&W) • The Wand of Gamelon • The Faces of Evil • Zelda's Adventure|