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Submitted by AbsoluteZelda 1125d ago | opinion piece

It (Was) Dangerous To Go Alone

Has Hyrule truly gotten easier over the years for many of you? When gamers grew up with The Legend of Zelda back in the 80's Hyrule was a very dangerous place to traverse. Since those days, Hyrule has become nothing but a hub world with little to no dangers present. Should Nintendo bring back those days of a dangerous Hyrule? (3DS, Wii, Wii U)

Jadedz  +   1125d ago
Nintendo went for mainstream appeal
Zelda 2: Link's adventure, is the Zelda game you'd wanna play if you want a more difficult experience with the series (even a Link to the past has it fair share of challenges). Majora's Mask is also a game that made it tough for players to complete.

SS also had it's moments. Though overall, the series has declined in difficulty (lmao at Wind Waker's, ''sword glows when it's time to counter attack'' xD).

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