To commemorate The Legend of Zelda series’ 25th anniversary, Nintendo has decided to give out something special to those who own their portable systems. Today they have released The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Anniversary Edition, which was a GBA game from 2002, in both the eShop and DSi shops (in europe, and the US), for free. This version will include an all new single-player mode, new stages, and will also support 4-player local multiplayer as well. The only drawback to this is that each person needs to own a copy of the game to play with their friends, the reason being that it does not support a download play option.
So, even though getting something for free is always nice, one question remains, which is are you going to pick it up?, let us know in the comments below.
P.S.: One more thing, this offer will only be available until February 20th of next year, so be sure to download it before it’s too late.