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On This Day in Nintendo History: The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past/Four Swords; Pokémon Dash; Polarium; WarioWare: Touched!; The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess

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On this day (December 2) in Nintendo history…

  • The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past/Four Swords was released in 2002 for the Game Boy Advance in North America. In this action-adventure remake of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System's The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, developed by Nintendo EAD with Flagship, experience two great games on one cartridge. In A Link to the Past players will experience the classic Super Nintendo adventure in portable form.

  • Daigasso! Band Brothers was released in 2004 for the Nintendo DS in Japan. In this music game, developed by Nintendo R&D2 with Nintendo SPD, you are a new musician joining Barbara's GB Music recording studio. Choose an instrument and play along to a set of popular songs by tapping the screen or buttons at the right time. If you choose to be the vocalist then you have to sing into the microphone during the song. You can string your performances together with each instrument to compose a whole song.

  • Pokémon Dash was released in 2004 for the Nintendo DS in Japan. In this racing game, developed by Ambrella, faster than a speeding Latios, here comes Pikachu! The Pokémon Dash Grand Prix is taking place across the Pokémon Islands, and there's one yellow Pokémon determined to take the top prize! You use the Touch Screen to propel your Pokémon towards the finish line. Simply use the stylus to rub the screen in the direction you want Pikachu to move.

  • Polarium was released in 2004 for the Nintendo DS in Japan. In this puzzle game, developed by Mitchell Corporation, with minimalist black and white design and an electronica soundtrack, Polarium is a stylish, engrossing, engrossing tile-based puzzler that will hook you from your first play. Clear space for the tiles falling from the top screen by removing rows of tiles in the lower screen; do this by flipping blocks, rows and columns of tiles from black to white or vice versa by marking them on the Touch Screen with the Stylus.

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  • WarioWare: Touched! was released in 2004 for the Nintendo DS in Japan. In this action/rhythm game, developed by Intelligent Systems with Nintendo SPD, Wario and his wacky companions have returned to transform your touch screen into a playground of possibilities, with 180 wild microgames. Join Mona, the pizza delivery diva, for quick bouts of stylus slicing, or face Jimmy T in the club. Young witch Ashley thinks life is such a drag (of the stylus). Scribble through ninja kids Kat and Ana's games.

  • The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess was released in 2006 for the Nintendo GameCube in Japan. In this action-adventure game, developed by Nintendo EAD, when an evil darkness enshrouds the land of Hyrule, a young farm boy named Link must awaken the hero – and the animal – within! Link's life takes a sudden and dramatic turn. Raised to be a wrangler, looking after the farm's animals, Link's adventure begins when he is ordered by the mayor to attend the Hyrule Summit.

What are you favourite memories of these games? How do you think they hold up today? Hash it out in the comments.

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