Stuff.nz writes: "It's easy to take a series like The Legend of Zelda for granted. The first game arrived on the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1987, and with more than a dozen releases over 23 years, even the most dedicated Zelda fan can be forgiven for having skipped a game or two.
Some of those games – the original and 1998's Ocarina of Time – are justly regarded as landmarks. Some admirers prefer darker-tinged entries like 2000's Majora's Mask and 2006's Twilight Princess. The one title that divided Zelda loyalists most was 2003's The Wind Waker, which gave protagonist Link a younger, more cartoony appearance."