With all due respect, this is quite possibly the worst game review I have ever read. I find it very hard to believe that anyone who plays The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past would not think to leave Link's house in search of his uncle. And to think that the same person actually completed The Legend of Zelda 1? Everyone who's ever played the game - except for this reviewer, apparently - has figured out that s/he needs to leave the house. There is Princess Zelda's call for help, telling the player where she is, there's the wide open door at the bottom of the screen, and there's a Lantern in the treasure chest, which can be used to lighten up dark areas. How the reviewer completely failed to realize that s/he needed to leave the house is beyond me.
Anyone who is even considering playing A Link to the Past - on the Super NES, the GBA, or the Virtual Console - should avoid this review of the game. Instead, they should read reviews written by people who actually figured out the easiest "puzzle" in the whole game (leave the house and try to find the castle), not that it's even a puzzle... Of course, the review could also be just a blatant hoax by someone who strongly dislikes the game.