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Legend of Zelda, The: A Link to the Past & Four Swords
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Console: Nintendo Game Boy Advance
Region:U
Year: 2002
RFG ID #: U-074-S-02690-A
Part #: AGB-AZLE-USA
UPC: 045496731823
Developer: Nintendo/Capcom
Publisher: Nintendo
Rating:
E (ESRB): Mild Violence

Genre: Action/Adventure
Sub-genre:
Players: 1-4
Controller: System Controls
Media Format: Cartridge
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Collection Stats:

  • 490 of 7303 collectors (6.7%) have this game in their collection
  • 25 of 7303 collectors (0.3%) have this game in their wishlist.
  • 2 of 7303 collectors (0%) have this game for sale or trade.
Overview:

A legend begins anew... and a new multiplayer adventure is born!

Take up your sword and prepare to defend Hyrule - the Super NES classic, A Link to the Past, is now on Game Boy Advance! As evil seeps across the kingdom, you must explore deep dungeons and uncover dark secrets on an epic quest to defeat the evil wizard, Agahnim. And now you can also link up and play Four Swords, the first-ever four-player Zelda adventure!
  • Bring light to the world! Master items like the Hookshot, Power Glove and Pegasus Shoes as you warp between the massive Light and Dark Worlds on one of Link's most epic adventures.
  • Link your Links! Four Swords isn't just the first multiplayer Zelda game - it's also a unique mix of competition and cooperation that'll have you and up to three friends scrambling for Rupees!
Four Swords requires the Game Boy Advance Game Link cable (sold separately) and one Game Pak per person.


(Overview from the back of the box)
Extra Media:

Prima Official Strategy Guide
Variations:

Console Reg. Type Title Publisher Year Genre
Nintendo Game Boy Advance U S Legend of Zelda, The: A Link to the Past & Four Swords [Not for Resale] Nintendo Action/Adventure
Nintendo Game Boy Advance A S Legend of Zelda, The: A Link to the Past / Four Swords Nintendo 2002 Action/Adventure
Nintendo Game Boy Advance FR, DE, IT, NL, ES, GB S Legend of Zelda, The: A Link to the Past / Four Swords Nintendo 2003 Action/Adventure
Nintendo Game Boy Advance FR, DE, IT, NL, ES, GB S Legend of Zelda, The: A Link to the Past / Four Swords [No rating on Box Front] Nintendo 2003 Action/Adventure
Nintendo Game Boy Advance U S Legend of Zelda, The: A Link to the Past / Four Swords [Player's Choice] Nintendo 2006 Action/Adventure
Nintendo Game Boy Advance J S Zelda no Densetsu: Kamigami no Triforce & Yotsu no Tsurugi Nintendo 2003 Action/Adventure
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Game Credits:

The Legend of Zelda: The Four Swords Quest
  • Producer: Yoshiki Okamoto, Noritaka Funamizu, Yoshihiro Sudo
  • Director: Hidemaro Fujibayashi
  • Game Design: Su Chol Lee, Mitsuaki Araki, Joko Kazuki
  • Chief Programmer: Toshihiko Honda
  • Main Program: Shimitan K, Yoshiyuki Fujikawa, K. Yoshida
  • Graphic Design: Eri Kimoto, Hiroaki Minobe, Asae Nissui, Yasuto Takahashi
  • Sound Composition: Yuko Takehara
  • Sound Effects: Hiroaki Kondou, Takajo Yukis
  • Character Design: Haruki Suetsugu
  • Supervisor: Yoichi Yamada, Minoru Narita, Takashi Tezuka
  • Sound Support: Koji Kondo
  • Special Thanks: Capcom BCR, Megaman Club
  • Product Debug & Testing Unit: NOA Product Testing Team, Super Mario Club
  • North American Localization: Nathan Bihldorff, William Trinen, Jeff Miller, Leslie Swan
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
  • Director: Yoichi Yamada
  • Programming: Daiki Iwamoto, Kouichi Kawamoto, Naoki Koga, Yasunari Soejima
  • Sound Programming: Taiju Suzuki
  • Script Writer: Kensuke Tanabe
  • Supervisor: Minoru Narita
  • Message Tool: Masahiro Nitta
  • Debug Support: Hironobu Kakui, Shingo Okamoto
  • Progress Management: Keizo Kato
  • North American Localization: Nathan Bihldorff, William Trinen
  • Localization Management: Jeff Miller, Leslie Swan
  • Special Thanks: Super Mario Club, Megaman Club, NoA Engineering Debug Team, Original Zelda Staff
  • Producer: Takashi Tezuka
  • General Producers: Shigeru Miyamoto, Yoshiki Okamoto
  • Executive Producer: Satoru Iwata
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