Then as Zelda no Densetsu for the Famicon Disc System, this early prototype shows a considerably less difficult adventure for Link to conquer: enemies appear less frequently and rupees aparantly grow on trees. Other changes include minor differences in character design, such as the whiskers on the Pols Voice as seen in the pictures above (FDS version pictured left).
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Nintendo released some new Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword screen shots showcasing a more desaturated look. And that gigantic Wiimote on the screen has to go. More after the jump.
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Let’s face it. We can’t all afford Wiis and Xboxes, but for those who still crave Link and his heroic escapades, there are Websites that offer free RPGs, such as the newly created Lojra-Ks and its “Black Knight.” You can also find action, puzzle, shooting, sports, retro, and other games there. This might be the place to check out if you have already played everything in Free Online Games, a site that houses everything from “The Legend of Zelda and the Lampshade” to “Arrival in Hell” and is always looking for creative types to add to its catalogue.
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