Golf, keys and dodge ball! New games arrive for Nintendo Entertainment System

NES – Nintendo Switch Online adds The Legend of Zelda special version

Surprise! Nintendo not only added the three new games, NES Open, Dodgeball and Solomon's Key to the Nintendo Entertainment System Nintendo Switch Online app, they also added a whole new game, or at least a modified game.

"Living the life of luxury!", this "souped-up" version is more novice friendly than the original, which offered very little explanation or hand holding after its opening moments. One of those games was the much beloved The Legend of Zelda from 1987, and this month a special save has been released for the game; one that lets you live "the life of luxury" in Hyrule.

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It isn't exactly "easy mode" because all of the enemies will still hit you just as hard, and it isn't a shortcut straight through the game because you'll still have to find the dungeon-specific items that you need to reach the final battle with Ganon.

So it is kind of like giving Zelda a "New Game+" option, but without having to have completed the game first. It is essentially Zelda on steroids. Now, players can choose to start their adventure with a ton of rupees and items, including the White Sword, Magical Shield, Blue Ring and Power Bracelet. Besides, after you beat this version of the game for the first time, you will be able to access a second quest that is much more hard. It's never a bad thing to have more ways to play. Apparently, Nintendo wants to make the game a bit more relaxed for any Zelda noobs who might be playing. Anything you don't immediately have access to will be easy to buy given how many rupees you start this version of the game with. The original 20 include classics like Donkey Kong, Double Dragon, Dr. Mario, Super Mario Bros, and Tecmo Bowl.

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