The Legend of Zelda, a rare 1987 copy at auction, at a shocking price

The Legend of Zelda, a rare 1987 copy at auction, at a shocking price

The Legend of Zelda

It also comes the turn of The Legend of Zelda to be the protagonist of one of the typical hallucinating auctions, in this case with a rare copy of 1987 that has already reached an insane price and with the auction not yet concluded.

There are still 5 days left to grab the lot visible at this address, which currently requires a $ 115,000 raise as the last valid offer was $ 110,000. We are not yet at the record price reached by the rare copy of Super Mario Bros which sold for $ 660,000, but this game also promises to reach impressive figures.

The Legend of Zelda, the rare copy sold at auction. from Heritage Auctions But what is special about this The Legend of Zelda for the NES? Meanwhile, it is a perfectly sealed and preserved copy with all its original contents, presumably never opened, then it also has some characteristics that attest to its rarity.

It is a variant "NES R", a batch of copies of The Legend of Zelda which was "only produced for a few months at the end of 1987", before being replaced by the Rev-A variant starting in 1988. According to reports from Heritage Auction, which again deals with the auction, the only version considered to be of greater value of the first Zelda than this one would be the "NES TM", of which we have testimony of only an existing sealed copy, but which does not seem destined to end up on the market, at least for the moment. br>
We are therefore waiting to see how the issue will unfold and at what final price this The Legend of Zelda can arrive. In case you are interested and have just a hundred thousand dollars (and something more) left over, consider that there are only 5 more days to grab this prized piece.

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‘Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD’ quality of life improvements detailed

Nintendo has released a new trailer for The Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD, showing the quality of life improvements on Nintendo Switch.

The remaster’s list of improvements aims to provide a smoother experience than when the original game released on the Wii in 2011.

While players were often frustrated by Link’s companion Fi, she now only appears in cut scenes or when necessary. Players who wish to summon her for guidance or advice can now do this manually.

The trailer also demonstrates how Skyward Sword HD can be played with either motion controls or button controls. The latter is demonstrated with a Nintendo Switch Lite, while previous trailers have been ambiguous about whether this option is still available when playing the game on the TV.

Additional quality of life improvements includes an enhanced frame rate of 60FPS compared to the original’s 30FPS, the option to fast-forward dialogue, and even skip cut scenes.

Another change that annoyed players of the original Skyward Sword is that information would come up every time a player picked up a collectable item upon starting up the game again. This time, this box only appears when an item is picked up for the first time.

While the detail is not explicitly highlighted in the trailer, a short clip showing different save files indicates that the game also supports autosave besides manually saving at statues.

These statues also allow Link to move between the sky and surface worlds. The ability to freely travel between the two at any time, however, is still locked behind the new Zelda and Loftwing amiibo figure.

The Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD releases for Nintendo Switch on July 16.

Elsewhere, someone has finally opened a treasure chest in Breath Of The Wild, previously thought to be impossible. The reward, on the other hand, was less impressive than the feat itself.