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The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past Videos and Trailers - SNES

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
Game Description:Genre-defining action adventure from Nintendo. In this third game in the Zelda series, the land of Hyrule is thrown into turmoil. Ravaged by disasters and pestilence, the country quickly embraces the wizard Agahnim when he uses his magic to restore order. But not all is at it seems. A Link to the Past begins with a distress call from Princess Zelda, who speaks to young hero Link through his dreams. Link sets out on a long quest that takes him through countless dungeons, two distinct worlds, and has him face off with countless monsters and oversized bosses. One of the best games of all time on many critics' lists.
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