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Legend of Zelda Four Swords Adventures and link cable

Legend of Zelda Four Swords Adventures and link cable GameCube Game
  • PEGI 3
  • Violence


  • Release date: 07/01/2005Developer: NintendoPublisher: Nintendo

    Link's latest adventure starts as Vaati the wind sorcerer stirs trouble having been locked away long ago by the power of the Four-Sword. When Princess Zelda mysteriously goes missing, Link is tricked into releasing Vaati from his prison. Now our hero must use the power of the sword to split himself into four and once again lock Vaati away. More...


    Progressive Scan, 60Hz Only
    Memory size: 3 Blocks
    Players: 1 Player
    Media: Gamecube

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    Legend of Zelda Four Swords Adventures and link ca (Original version) Condition: Used - Very Good
    Original UK collectible version. Outer box fair(tray 4cm tear, security sticker front/back), case, sleeve, disc and cable instructions vgc, cable like new(still tied), manual barely used. Fast despatch.

    £98.85
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    Link's latest adventure starts as Vaati the wind sorcerer stirs trouble having been locked away long ago by the power of the Four-Sword. When Princess Zelda mysteriously goes missing, Link is tricked into releasing Vaati from his prison. Now our hero must use the power of the sword to split himself into four and once again lock Vaati away.

    The four identical Links have to battle their way across eight classic areas of Hyrule powering up the Four-Sword by collecting Force Gems. Once the sword regains its power to repel evil, Link can destroy dark barriers and uncover the ominous secret behind Zelda's kidnapping.

    -Gameplay seemlessly mixes cooperative and competitive multiplayer elements

    -Contains many elements from past Zelda games

    -8 worlds to explore

    -For 1 to 4 players (multiplayer requires one Game Boy Advance system and a game link cable per player)



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