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New Info on the Zelda GBC Games

More information on the new GameBoy Zelda series has surfaced. Originally conceived as a trilogy, the game was reduced to a two-part series a few months ago, the first game being known as Legend of Zelda - Mysterious Tree Seed: Chapter of Earth. The second game, which has been called first the Chapter of Wisdom, and then the Chapter of the Sky, is now officially called the Chapter of Time; hopefully this will be the last name change for this game.

This time around Link finds himself transported into an unknown forest as he touches the Triforce. There he meets a young, singing woman, surrounded by animals. The woman is Nell, the Priestess of Time, but as Link listens to her song, a dark shadow spreads over them both and Nell is abducted by the Dark Priestess Beran who is who is planning on using Nell's magic powers. Thus starts a new adventure for Link.

Legend of Zelda - Mysterious Tree Seed: Chapter of Time should hit Japanese retailers sometime in March, and there is no word on a possible stateside release yet. New artwork for the game, including pictures of Nell and Beran, can be seen here.

Source(s):

Famitsu.com

Date Updated:
November 27th, 2000

Time Updated:
1:39 PM


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Related Links:
  •   Chapter of Earth Screen Shots
  •   Chapter of Earth Artwork


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