Nintendo Switch Online Adds an Easy Version of Zelda

Alfred Osborne
October 10, 2018

Living the Life of Luxury is a "souped-up" version of the original game, The Legend of Zelda.

As we reported last week, Nintendo would be releasing three new NES games for Switch Online subscribers today.

Several of the secrets have already been uncovered (mainly to get the rupees), but apart from the above, players will still need to play through all the dungeons in order to defeat Ganon and rescue Princess Zelda. 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.

Beating the luxury edition will then grant players access to a more hard version called 'Second Quest, ' which will presumably let them put their newfound skills to the test in a world more akin to the original release.

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This isn't just any ol' version of The Legend of Zelda, though.

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.

Why didn't Nintendo tell us they were planning first-party official ROM hacks exclusively for Switch Online months ago?!

In the same breath, Nintendo dropped three more games into the app: NES Open Tournament Golf, Solomon's Key and Super Dodge Ball. Metroid, the classic that started it all for the series, will make its debut, along with Mighty Bomb Jack and TwinBee.

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