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The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds comes to the 3DS on November 22, and when it does, Zelda fans will be tackling the game's dungeons in a new fashion.
At today's Nintendo Direct presentation, the company announced that gamers will be able to approach dungeons in any order they wish – a change for the series.
Accordingly, you'll be able to purchase the necessary items for the dungeons like the boomerang, hammer, etc. from the start of the game at Ravio's shop. Naturally, you won't be able to buy everything as soon as you walk in the shop, so you'll have to consider how you want to tackle the dungeons and plan accordingly.
Nintendo posted an image of Ravio's shop on the Miiverse a few days, prompting many fans to note the similarities between Ravio and New Super Bros. U's Nabbit, but Iwata said the two are separate characters, offering the image below.
For more on the game, take a look at Dan's hands-on impressions.
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This is the final straw: I need a 3DS. Good job Nintendo for releasing games for the console that actually make me want to buy it. You did good.
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