This has got to be, along with a few other titles, the biggest, best hit for the SNES. But, unfortunately, the all to quick decay of time has long since taken its toll on that revolutionizing era, and for those of us who were not interested in this form of entertainment when it originally came out, we missed out on many a great game. I, personally, had never played A Link to the Past before its release on this platform. Now we have had the opportunity to participate in this wonderful link to the past (yes, there is a pun intended), and I am proud to say that I am amazed. This game deserves, and indeed all but created, the Zelda name. It continued and still continues the original puzzel-solving/adventure genre started in 1987 with the original Zelda, and has provided the basis for every game in the series since. In playing almost all the later games, it is easy to envision the creators of the games saying "How can I make this as much like A Link to the Past as possible?", especially in what is considered to be the best game of all time, somewhat ironically called Ocarina of Time. All in all, this game is a definate must-buy for anyone that owns a nintendo gameboy advance. The graphics are still superb, the sound is a testament to the GBA's capabilities, and it comes with a 2-4 player adventure that is also fun in its own right. In conclusion, when you buy this game, you are not only buying adventure and hours and hours of pure fun, mind-bending/strengthening puzzels, and an all new competitive quest, you are buying history.