Nintendo has surprised Switch Online subscribers by releasing a special (SP) version of The Legend of Zelda called 'The Legend of Zelda - Living the life of luxury'. You'll also get a ton of rupees to buy extra items on your way to Ganon. These include "the White Sword, Magical Shield, Blue Ring and Power Bracelet". There's also a "more difficult" Second Quest awaiting you if you complete it. The protagonist, a sorcerer called Dana, must find the eponymous key by progressing through a series of increasingly challenging rooms by creating and/or destroying orange blocks.
Make no mistake - that's an absolute shed load of resources for this game and will serve to make it significantly easier, especially since the original Legend of Zelda is entirely open-ended. "Super Dodge Ball" released for the NES in 1989 and is loosely based on an arcade game with the same name that came out two years earlier.
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Fans all across the country have signed up for Nintendo Switch Online to enjoy what the paid service has to offer, including online play in popular multiplayer games; Save Data Cloud backup; a smartphone app for voice chat and other features for supported games; exclusive special offers; and the ability to experience classic NES™ games with added online play. In December, three more games will join the service, including the original Ninja Gaiden, the puzzle game Wario's Woods and The Adventures of Lolo.
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