Nintendo is known for breathing life into classic titles. The company continues with this popular trend with the release of The Legend of Zelda: Link\u2019s Awakening. The game is a remake of the hit 1993 action-adventure which gained a cult following.\r\n\r\nThe Japanese developer teased fans about the upcoming Zelda game through a 2D cartoon it recently posted on Twitter. In the video\u2019s first scenes, Link is seen maneuvering a boat at sea in the midst of a raging storm. The hero has then washed ashore on the mysterious island of Koholint.\r\n\r\nLong-time fans will remember that the original The Legend of Zelda: Link\u2019s Awakening was released on Gameboy. The game was among the titles which did not use Hyrule as a setting. It likewise did not feature classic locations of the Zelda franchise such as Triforce or Ganon.\r\n\r\nIn Link\u2019s Awakening, the protagonist searches the island of Koholint for eight musical instruments which possess magic. These instruments will be the key in awakening the Magical Wind fish and bring the hero home, reported Comic Book.\r\n\r\nWhat gives the game its distinct quality is the combination of modern graphics and 2D style. Link\u2019s has a stripped-down look that is neither cartoony nor that detailed as the Breath of the Wild version.\r\n\r\nMoreover, players will notice that The Legend of Zelda: Link\u2019s Awakening utilizes the latest version of the game\u2019s signature overhead 2D style. The game\u2019s 3D graphics, on the other hand, allows players to move around a grid-patterned map.\r\n\r\nThe Legend of Zelda followers will recall that Link developed the abilities to jump and side-scroll in Link\u2019s Awakening. Based on the game\u2019s latest trailer, these skills were also enhanced by Nintendo.\r\n\r\nThose who have been keeping a close watch of Link\u2019s Awakening know that the game has received make-overs in the past. In 1998, the developer released a colored version specifically for its Game Boy Color console.\r\n\r\nMany were surprised when Nintendo decided to roll out The Legend of Zelda: Link\u2019s Awakening. But from the looks of it, the game could be a potential hit with its modern graphics and retro-style of gameplay.\r\n\r\nSo far, no additional details on Link\u2019s Awakening have been disclosed by Nintendo. Despite undergoing a makeover, the developer made sure it will retain the charm of the original version, according to IGN.\r\n\r\nThose who have grown up with Legend of Zelda may not have realized, but Link\u2019s Awakening has already turned 25. Based on IGN\u2019s ranking, the title is included in the Top 10 games of The Legend of Zelda franchise.\r\n\r\nKeep posted here for more updates on The Legend of Zelda: Link\u2019s Awakening.