I'm still curious when and why Nintendo decided to lift the stick to walls mechanic from Sideway New York. Not that they've lazily infringed, or anything. It just seems like an arbitrary rider on a bill. Maybe it was the desire for some 2D action to go on in the 3D world? On that note, I still sort of wish this was in 2D, but it looks alright.
My favorite part was when Link ran into a wall. He got duped. And then fell down in a very cute manner. I smiled. That and Lorule. That made me laugh.
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