The Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past, a video game review

A video game review written by Lee Sonogan

(1991) action, adventure

Dark World (A Link to the Past) | Zeldapedia | Fandom

Out of the countless masterpieces to come down the line in the early library of video games, easily up there in the top 20 if not the top 10 games of all time, mention one of the greatest and addicting titles of all time! It is one of those rare games you can play over and over again and still enjoy! – DaWeas007 (IMDB – 10/10 (2000))

There are so much more video games such as this classic I need to be reviewing! Not since Breath of the Wild or even Ocarina of Time since there have been Link related reviews! Nintendo’s Link to the Past was the first quality game of their series delivering on the puzzle, story and world elements the franchise has been known for. Personally nostalgic because it was a game on the Super Nintendo that got me into it all plus adaptations that got me consuming all its replay value.

The dungeon crawl aspect is always why you got to love The Legend of Zelda. This one has double the amount due to two main worlds with their own boss battles, unique items and overall progress in completing the game. Which is against the monster known as Ganon typically kidnapping the princess. Open world like, the OST is beautiful, to the first experience being very unpredictable.

So if you want to check this game out for yourself, it is free on the Nintendo Switch it you pay for their online accessibility and benefits of archives of games. Differently recommending it, just look at any mainstream or individual critic to see it praise still held up by today’s standards. For solo video games, the engagement and memorability factors of this particular video game, in my opinion, was the Super Nintendo’s best release in it’s run.


There’s something about the land of Hyrule that just sucks you in, especially with the third game of the Zelda series, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past for Super Nintendo. The gameplay is basically similar to the first game for NES but of course the graphics are greatly updated. You play as Link, of course, our sword swinging, green tunic wearing hero from the two previous adventures. DragonMasterHiro – (IMDB (2003))

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