This article is a stub. You can help Angry Video Game Nerd Wiki by expanding it. The Power Glove is the 14th episode of The Angry Video Game Nerd (series).
It was first released on November 15, 2006 and is 12 minutes and 26 seconds long. The Nerd reviews the Nintendo Power Glove, the first time Jun 05, 2018 The power of the Magnetic Gloves can pull metal objects to you or push them away.
You may find the gloves have other uses, too. " (Oracle of Seasons manual, pg. 30)" With this item equipped, you can use magnetic power to repel yourself from or pull yourself to a nearby magnetic block. Every time you press the A Button, the glove The Power Glove has appeared in a couple of titles todate, although its usage differs among them.
[ edit The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past In A Link to the Past, the Power Glove is found in the Desert Palace. The Power Glove may refer to: An NES accessory An item from Chrono Trigger An item from The Legend of Zelda series This is a disambiguation page, a page that distinguishes articles with similar names. Aug 21, 2018 The" Power Glove" was originally a somewhat experimental controller for the NES as well as a staple in the Legend of Zelda series.
History [ edit The Power Glove is a type of handwear that increases the strength of Link. It has been seen in a total of three games from The Legend of Zelda series. With the added strength, Link can lift objects that he previously could not. It is similar to the Power Bracelet, as well as the Titan's Mitt. In this game, there was a Power Glove item that allowed one character to move boulders.
The text probably also refers to the recurring item of the same name from The Legend of Zelda series that allows Link to lift even heavier objects than the Power Bracelet will alone. Jun 07, 2018 The Power Glove, also known as the Handy Glove, is a recurring item in The Legend of Zelda series that allows Link to lift heavy objects.
It is sometimes later replaced by the Titan's Mitt, [4 a much stronger variant. The Power Bracelet is a recurring item in The Legend of Zelda series. This item gives Link unheard of strength, allowing him to lift andor pull large objects that were simply too heavy before.
There are many appearances of the Power Bracelet, and of many similar objects with different names, like the Handy Glove from The Adventure of Link. The Power Glove is located in Desert Palace in A Link to the Past and in Ancient Tomb in Oracle of Ages The Power Glove is an item found in The Legend of Zelda series which allows the person in possession of them to lift heavy items that were previously too heavy to lift.
So far, the only character in the games who's been seen with them on is Link. The Power Glove is an NES acccessory for the Nintendo Entertainment System, and the first peripheral interface controller to recreate human hand movements on a television or computer screen in real time.