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Submitted by Pozzle 908d ago | opinion piece

Top 10 Dungeons in the Legend of Zelda Series

BT writes:

I, similarly to many other gamers around the world, love the Legend of Zelda series. Ever since I played the two Zelda games on the N64, I’ve tried to get my hands on every game in the series to experience the great design put into each of them, with a couple unmentionable exceptions. While almost every aspect of these games is very enjoyable, from the wonderful music to the feel of exploring the world of Hyrule, my favorite part of the games has always been the dungeons. I love going through these areas as they are generally the most clever, interesting, and difficult sections of the games, with good puzzles to figure out and tough enemies to fight. In the spirit of this feeling, I’m going to list my favorite dungeons from the Legend of Zelda series. Let’s get right to it. (3DS, GameCube, Retro, The Legend of Zelda, Wii, Wii U)

millzy102  +   908d ago
I've loved zelda since I played a link to The past on snes, played and compleated every zelda game since then. can't wait for zelda hd.

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