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WatchMePlayGames: The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening Part 1 Let’s Play

Link's Awakening Wallpaper Artwork

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening was so unique, and had a fun style!

WatchMePlay The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening DX for Game Boy Color on my 3DS, as I dive into Link’s finest hour for a handheld system in what many regard as one of the greatest portable games of all time.

WatchMePlay – The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening Part 1

And it’s hard to argue with that statement, due to the how original and unique Link’s Awakening still is some 15 years following its debut in 1993 in a humble, 8bit, black-and-white adventure for the original Game Boy. That game would go on to win huge critical acclaim, gain a huge cult following, become one of the best-selling Game Boy games of all time and enter the hearts of many a Game Boy fan.

There are still plenty of Zelda fans and Nintendo gamers who consider Link’s Awakening to be the best Zelda game in the series. Although that game has extremely stiff competition these days, as many, many, many newer Zelda titles have wrestled with Link’s Awakening for the crown; and many other oddball titles in the series exist, such as the N64’s Majora’s Mask, and the little-known Game Boy Advance title The Minish Cap, as well as dueling, double handheld entries released by Capcom for the Game Boy Color called The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons & Ages.

In addition, Link has gone on many new portable adventures, including two on the regular DS, known as The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass & The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks.

Either way you shake it though, none of those games have the majesty and majestic nature of Link’s first portable adventure. From the charming graphics, oddball villagers, entrancing music, complex dungeons, crafty puzzles, superb gameplay, incrediblely innovative storyline and fully realized world, few games can touch Link’s Awakening in sheer incomparable imaginality. IF you haven’t played the game do yourself a favor and DO IT.

It was re-released for the Game Boy Color in 1998 with an additional colorized dungeon, all-new colored visuals, and hidden photos to discover (they were printable on the black & white Game Boy Printer), and was re-released for 3DS via the eShop (which is the version I’m playing) on June 7th 2011.

Other WatchMePlayGames Installments:
* Elite Beat Agents Part 1
* Elite Beat Agents Part 2
* Kid Icarus: Uprising Part 1
* Kid Icarus Uprising Part 2
* Kid Icarus Uprising Part 3
* The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening DX Part 1
* Professor Layton and the Last Specter Part 1

 

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Through A Virgin’s Eyes – Kid Icarus: Uprising Let’s Play

Pit Shoots the Sky in Kid Icarus: Uprising

Through A Virgin's Eyes - Kid Icarus: Uprising

Let’s Play Kid Icarus: Uprising in the first installment of my “Through A Virgin’s Eyes” series! For my initial installment, Nintendo’s 3DS masterpiece, Kid Icarus: Uprising, is in the spotlight!

Kid Icarus: Uprising is Nintendo’s 2012 revival of a legendary 8bit masterpiece originally released in 1986 for the Nintendo Entertainment System; a game developed by Metroid-creator Gunpei Yokoi!

The game used many of the same elements as Metroid, but Kid Icarus was never nearly as popular as the first great female videogame character Samus Aran’s Metroid adventures. Regardless through Kid Icarus’ and it’s main character, the angel Pit, gained it’s own fan-following and the series got a sequel to the NES game for the Game Boy in 1991 with Kid Icarus: Of Myth and Monsters.

That game built on the original NES titles action, but fans were disappointed when Pit fell off the face of the earth, never to be seen again! He was finally revived by Nintendo with Super Smash Bros. Brawl for the Wii, a fighting game that pit (pun non intended) many of Nintendo’s most-popular characters against each other!

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Through A Virgin’s Eyes – Kid Icarus Let’s Play Part 1 – How-to Play


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TheirView: Max Payne 1 Walkthrough by hankmanGTA

Iconic Max Payne

Max Payne 1 With His Infamous Look

This Max Payne 1 walkthrough will take you through the original bullet-time action game from Rockstar; a game that capitalized on the famous Matrix-effect at just the right time.

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One of the biggest upcoming games to hit in early 2012 will most definitely be Max Payne 3, which is the long-awaited current-generation debut of Max Payne, who hasn’t been seen since all the way back in 2003 with Max Payne 2!

Here now is the entirety of Max Payne 1, brought to you by youtuber HankmanGTA! Please visit his channel and give him some love! Tell them WatchUsPlayGames sent you!

Table of Contents

Part 1 – The American Dream (Level 1)

Part 2 – Roscoe Street Station (Level 2)

Part 3 – One Way or the Other (Level 3)

Part 4 – Playing It Bogart (Level 4)

Part 5 – Caught in the Crossfire (Level 5)

Part 6 – The Man Reding Shotgun (Level 6)

Part 7 – The Alternate Route (Level 7)

Part 8 – Better than the Last One (Level 8)

Part 9 – A Den of Drugs (Level 9)

Part 10 – Straight from a Bad Dream Boss Lupino (Boss, Level 10)

 
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Posted by on February 21, 2012 in Videos, Walkthrough

 

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