Zelda II: The Adventure Of Link gets a bad rap with fans of the series, largely because it deviates quite dramatically from the core gameplay template laid down by its beloved forerunner, The Legend of Zelda. Normal service would be resumed for Link to the Past, but there are many people who still have a soft post for the second NES outing, despite its shortcomings.
Indie studio Zero Infinite Games is creating a spiritual successor to the title which will hopefully service the needs of those very same people. Into The Eternal takes place in the kingdom of Felsand and places you in the role of Cavin, who looks a bit like Link from Zelda II.
The game is on Kickstarter now, with a very modest goal of $5,000. This is actually Into The Eternal’s second pop at crowdfunding success; back in August, it failed to reach its initial target of $10,000.
The aim is to release the title on Steam Early Access initially, then port it to current and…