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Video: Nintendo Teases Zelda: Link Between Worlds Footage On Instagram

Posted by Damien McFerran

15-second trailers served up for your enjoyment

Instagram is so much more than just static photos these days — you can upload short videos, too. That's exactly what Nintendo is doing to promote The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, which launches on 3DS shortly.

As confirmed during today's Nintendo Direct broadcast, 15-second trailers will be posted onto the company's official Instagram account, giving players a little more insight into the game's world and mechanics.

There's only one online at the time of writing, which you can check out below. While you're at it, don't forget to visit the Nintendo Life Instagram page — are you already one of our 58,000 followers?

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User Comments (9)



FanboyGuy said:

Oh joy...another Zelda glad Nintendo doesn't milk their franchises.



shinokami said:

@FanboyGuy oh boy, is just 1 exclusive Zelda for console and 2 at max, poopsiedoodoodoggiecacapooples they are milking the crap out of them
Please watch the profanity — TBD



Twopoint0 said:

@FanboyGuy the point is that if you want to argue that franchises are being milked, zelda is the wrong place to bring it up, 2 zeldas this soon is rare, but its only because they left OoT to somebody else, but historically a console is lucky to get 3 zeldas in its lifespan, now they do pump out mario games, but atleast they are spread out through different genres, for example, dream team vs mario kart 7 vs 3d world



zionich said:

Dont feed the trolls...

On another note. I was saddened by the spoiler in the video.



shinokami said:

@zionich By them showing Rosalina they guaranteed me buying the game. I was planning to wait some time but now I must have it day 1



marfur9 said:

@FanboyGuy well thats kind of the reason why nintendo is still alive.. because people want to play the next zelda, mario, pokemon etc game

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