The release date of Legend of Zelda Links Awakening on Nintendo Switch is less than a week away.
However, the bad news is fans have to wait longer for the release of the review results. The tweet, recently published by Metacritic, will not be repealed until one day before the release date of September 20th.
This means that fans have to wait until September 19th to get reviews published.
Metacritic's Tweet Proposes This The embargo will be lifted at 5am Pacific time which means British fans can learn more about the game at 1pm CET.
Considering the fact that the remake took more than 25 years, some extra days should not
In fact, Legend of Zelda Links Awakening is a full-fledged remake of the Game Boy release of 1
It Featuring a colorful new art style and a new dungeon build mode.
Nintendo explains more: "During your adventure, Link becomes mystical items called 'chamber stones' that can be arranged in custom layouts to form chamber dungeons!
" Combine different chambers to your heart's content: Place one Entrance, add some puzzles, keys, boss fights and everything in between.
"When your chamber dungeon is finished, try to conquer it and reap the rewards in it!" This feels like a rudimentary, reduced version of what a Zelda Maker might look like, and the results are really bad, "says a Kotaku post. [LuckilytheChamberDungeonsareoptionalandarenotmentioned Fans wishing to pre-order The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening can get a good deal on the Nintendo website.
According to Nintendo, the game will be purchased between August 20 and September 22 completed Net customers double gold points.  The Gold Points are worth £ 5 and can be redeemed for future purchases in the eShop.
You can even download Link's Awakening before the release date, letting you instantly get into the action can get in.