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Zelda Retrospective: Evolution of Combat

While practically everyone has played at least one modern Zelda title or another, few people these days are willing to go back and trudge through the mottled pixels of the original NES Legend of Zelda, or Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. While A Link to the Past, The Ocarina of Time and successive titles have built on the foundation of the original NES titles tremendously, there are still crucial elements found in the originals which never made it to the rest of the series.

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djt233534d ago

nice i am going to read it noww

unsunghero283534d ago

Comment first.

Read later.

Bloodmask3534d ago (Edited 3534d ago )

IMO it is hard to tell which Zelda was the best bc they were all so great. What I definately loved about the first one was that the clues were so limited. Half the fun of the game was finding all of the secret dungeons. Who could ever forget blowing the flute and the water turning to sand to reveal a dungeon.

They were all awesome games but I think the worst one was probably Zelda 2:AOL bc it strayed so far from it's roots.

tplarkin73534d ago

Every website is doing these "retrospectives". Do we really need them?

GnaM3534d ago

Would you rather read more inane 'console war' news?

"omg MS/Sony did your mom last night! click to read the full article!"