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3DS Zelda Title Takes Place After The Events Of A Link To The Past

Posted on Thursday, April 18 @ 08:40:57 PST by Alex_Osborn


Just yesterday, Nintendo announced a brand newZelda title for the 3DS. The game will be a sequel to the SNES classicThe Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, but hasyet to receive an official subtitle outside of Japan.

Bill Trinen, NoA'sDirector of Product Marketing,clarified toJoystiq where this new 3DS title fits into theZelda universe."There is a '2' in the Japanese title. So, yeah, I think as I described today, it's an all-new game, it is an all-new story.From a story perspective there are connections, so it does fall after A Link to the Past. And it's set in the same world, but introduces that new gameplay mechanic."

So there you have it, the upcomingZelda3DS title is by all accounts a direct sequel to the Super Nintendo adventure. So why hasn't Nintendo announced the subtitle of the game in the West yet? DoesA Link to the Past 2 simply make too much sense?
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