As if we had jammed the Master Sword into the Temple of Time three times-ish after playing the original game, the spiritual sequel to A Link to the Past has appeared in the form of The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. And today, we get to see a new trailer of Link in all of his top-down glory, now in 3D.

Watching this trailer may result in pangs of nostalgia and an overwhelming urge to play through this updated adventure.

One of the weirdest things you'll see in the trailer is Link's new ability to become a drawing and stick himself to walls. This should add an interesting new mechanic to puzzle-solving and traversing the land.

The game will also feature new touch controls that will help accessing items and gear easily, which you can then map to the X and/or Y buttons.

Watch out for this game when it's released in November 2013. No price has been set for A Link Between Worlds yet, but we're willing to pay whatever price Nintendo wants in order to play.