'Classic' You need this if you have a game boy advance.
Hoob22 wrote this review on .
Playing as a young link,out on a quest to defeat the wizard Agahnim(Ganon's alter-ego) and to gather the three pendant's,then rescueing seven maiden's,encountering many interesting character's and excellent boss's on the way.
Dungeon's are well laid out,puzzle's being hard but not overly frustratingly hard,bosses mainly being moderately hard,with most having to take more then one try to defeat.
The soundtrack is amazing,classic zelda and ties in well with the theme of the game.
Graphic's my main problem with this game,while being cutting edge on the SNES,and still looking great on the GBA, i still think they should have put more time into updating the graphics for this port,,but that pales in insignificency to this the positive aspect's to this title.
The best thing about this port ,is the including of a great multiplayer title with this cart, Zelda:the four swords.
This game is about saving the kingdom from vaati,and up to four people can play this at once,requiring teamwork to effectively finish it.
A link to the past will take 50-100 hour's+ to complete it,depending on experience level, and should keep you immersed in the kingdom if hyrule for month's.
If you have a link cable and a friend to play four sword's with,it's a plus but even if you don't , A link to the past is a truly excellent game and should be in any game boy advance library.