Submitted by Geobros 463d ago | opinion piece

Zelda Fan Survey 2014 Results: More Older Fans Than Younger, Interesting Fan Favorites

"I have spent years pondering and talking about what makes the Zelda games tick: why do so many people, including myself, hold them in such high regard? What is this “Zelda magic” that everyone spaks of, and what do they mean when they say it? So I decided to ask! I built a survey intended to give me a glimpse into the minds and tastes of Zelda fans, and distributed it within the online Zelda fan community. I got nearly 6000 responses, an outstanding show of interest from my fellow fans, and learned a number of interesting things." (3DS, GameCube, Nintendo DS, Retro, The Legend of Zelda, Wii, Wii U)

higgins78  +   463d ago
Twilight Princess, the 3rd favourite Zelda game...I don't think so. First time in a long, long time it felt the franchise was treading water, thankfully Skyward Sword was next and really shook things up again. The reason Zelda continues to feel fresh and relevant, Nintendo do NOT listen to the self-proclaimed 'hardcore'.

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