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Legend of Zelda Four Swords now free on DSi Ware and eShop
Posted on September 29, 2011 by MikeV

Back at E3, Nintendo kicked off their conference with the celebration of the Legend Zelda 25th anniversary. Mentioned in the celebration was an anniversary Edition of the GBA game, Legend of Zelda Four Swords. Now for a limited time fans can re-live the adventures of the four Links as the game is now available for download on DSiWare and Nintendo eShop for the 3DS. This is more than just a port, as extra features have been added as shown in the trailer:

Fans of the game should deffinally give Four Swords a download while its still free.

 

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