Hello and welcome to The Legend of Zelda
Link’s Awakening summary. You wake up after being shipwrecked and the first
thing that pops into your mind I really need to get off this island. So you get the shield.
Yep, still works. Go out to the beach to get your sword. Wait…
Why am I stopped? Oh great, the owl. Let’s speed this up here. Get the sword.
Yep, also still works. Get the dungeon key.
Listen to the owl again to tell us where to go and get the magic item to kill the
final…what? The instrument? So as opposed to previous Zelda games
you’re not gathering pieces of Triforce or weakening a seal but you’re getting
instruments. The rest, however, does follow the Zelda formula. Get the magic item from this dungeon. Get the nightmare key so we can enter the boss room. Then we go ahead and kill the boss
and we receive our first instrument from this dungeon. Rinse and repeat. Defeat this clown and get another instrument. Throughout the game, there are eight dungeons in total
where you get new items and instruments. You need these instruments to awaken the Wind Fish
which is sleeping in that giant egg you saw in the intro. In the fourth dungeon you finally
get the ability to swim and in this game, we’ll get another fan favourite.
In the fifth dungeon, you finally get the… Oh, that sonnuva… After a civilized discussion, we finally get the hook shot. That’ll teach him to steal the item I was going to steal from this dungeon. So as I was saying, there’s
a lot to do besides the main quest. You can collect heart pieces as you’re used to,
to get more heart containers. In Link’s Awakening, you can get
seashells which are collectable to upgrade your sword once you collect enough of them and another new addition specific to this remake is the ability to create dungeons with room pieces you collect throughout this world. As you might have guessed,
this summary only covers the main quest. However, in my playthrough, I did collect
everything there was to get. Once you feel ready to take on the final
nightmare to wake the Wind Fish you go to the giant egg on top of the mountain and play all eight instruments so you can enter the egg. When inside the egg, make your way
through a maze to get to the final nightmare. Here you need to use almost every weapon
you’ve collected to take him down. He has multiple stages so make sure you have
plenty of health or fairies just in case you need it. After defeating the final nightmare
you get to meet the Wind Fish and wake him up. Over the course of the
game there were hints that the island only exists within the Wind Fish’s dream,
which is confirmed in the end as the island disappears. If you finished the game without any deaths, like I did, you get an extra scene at the end of the credits and leaves you with an emptiness
because you didn’t want this game to end. Thanks for watching, hope you enjoyed the video and make sure to try Link’s Awakening if you haven’t already because it’s really fun to play. This has been my first video so please let me know if it
was too long, too short, or any other suggestions you might have. I’ll work on more videos next to my daytime job so please be patient. Until then, stay classy.