Making good on its E3 promise, Nintendo has made The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords free to download via its DSiWare store.
The game was first released and widely ignored several years ago on Nintendo's now archaic GameCube console. The game was originally designed for four-players, the idea being each would use the then current Gameboy Advance to control their character.
Nintendo has since clarified that the newly designed downloadable version will be tweaked in order to make the game more single-player friendly. As well as the tweaked dynamic, the company has also promised fans that the new version will house a number of new areas.
Nintendo has since clarified that the new version of Four Swords will be compatible with the company's DSi, DSi XL and 3DS handhelds. As well as the new version of Four Swords, Nintendo also made the iconic Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins available for a "modest" &163;3.60.