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Remembering the NES: The Legend of Zelda

Carl B. of iNintendo.net writes, "On February 21, 1986, Nintendo released what would turn out to be the first ever million seller on NES; this title was the starting point for one of the greatest franchises in all of gaming: The Legend of Zelda. Inspired by Shigeru Miyamoto's explorations of the hillsides in Sonobe, Japan, The Legend of Zelda blew away gamers when it released on Nintendo's 8-bit system. It features an open world to explore, nine challenging dungeons, and many secrets to uncover. After 25 years, how does the original classic hold up?"

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pondaboba1916d ago

BAH BAH BAH BAAAAAAH!!! (finds heart piece!)

Moduserous1916d ago

I have a hard time going back to 8 and 16 bit classics merely for the graphics but this one has always been an exception.

RoboSpiff1916d ago

such a great game. though my copy was busted because it would never save for me :(

guitarded771916d ago

The internal battery must have died on you.

RoboSpiff1916d ago

yeah... it made me sad.

Tuxedo_Mask1916d ago

You can replace it, but you have to be careful not to damage anything.

http://www.the9thkey.com/ga...

ThatArtGuy1916d ago

My favorite Zelda. Probably always will be.

AAACE51916d ago

There have only been 2 real Zelda games in my book, and it's the original and OoT! Everything else was just too far off from the original experience!

I guess you could say they are the same since OoT is essentially a 3d version of the first one! Sounds strange, but compare similarities.

maniacmayhem1916d ago

For me it was the original and the one on Super Nintendo.

ChickeyCantor1916d ago

" and it's the original and OoT"

You mean Link to the past ;D

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