Published: Thu, October 11, 2018
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Nintendo released an easier version of Zelda for Switch Online users

Nintendo released an easier version of Zelda for Switch Online users

Living the Life of Luxury is a "souped-up" version of the original game, The Legend of Zelda. Basically, it's easy mode for people who might find The Legend of Zelda's old-school difficulty and lack of guidance a bit intimidating. The Japanese site for the Famicom games note this version separate from the regular The Legend of Zelda with a generic star mark that is shown at the bottom to mean "Special Version", showing that we will likely see more "Special Versions" of games already in the lineup as the service goes on. " by Nintendo, and starts you off with 255 Rupees, 9 keys, 8 bombs and a range of items including the White Sword, Magic Shield, Blue Ring and Power Bracelet". Even if you lose the first time, you'll be able to use your fortune to get more items and try again easily. Just buy yourself some more items and give it another try!

One of the major benefits of signing up for Nintendo's pay-to-play online service for Switch is access to the new "Nintendo Entertainment System" app for the machine - a new little download that has been dubbed "NESflix" by fans. Second Quest is a "more hard version of the game".

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One interesting thing of note is that the game has a red "Special" label both on the cover and the top-right side of the screen at all time. Make sure you keep an eye on the wind and distance to the hole before selecting your club, or else you'll be racking up some high scores ... which is exactly what you don't want to do in this game.

In a press release, Nintendo said we can expect that "special save data for other NES titles will become available in the future, offering fun new entry points into fan-favorite games".

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