6. The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
When you say that you are going to make a sequel to one of the greatest Zelda games of all time, that statement could be tough to live up to. But Nintendo doesn't disappoint in the 3DS entry in the series, A Link Between Worlds. While the story takes place in the familiar Hyrule (Light World) and Lorule (Dark World) of A Link to the Past, Link's latest adventure is anything but a carbon copy, and flips many of the linear Zelda conventions on their head to great effect.
The ability to rent the series' mainstay items like the bow, boomerangs, and bombs from the lovable, new character, Ravio, brings back the truly open-world feel of the original Zelda. Now, you're free to explore the beautifully detailed, stereoscopic 3D world as you hunt down dungeons in any order you choose, collect heart pieces, and spin attack spear-wielding Moblins. ALBW also looks beautiful with the handheld's 3D visuals cranked up to full. Without a doubt, the 3DS's first full Zelda title is one that every series fan needs to pick up and play.