In a franchise that's spanned 25 years, it's often hard to find a true favorite - but sometimes it's just as hard to pick the series' worst. Zelda Informer asks fans to share which game they think goes at the bottom of The Legend of Zelda's pile.
For me its Four Swords never played that Cd one so I cant say anything about that one.
I was not a fan of Four Swords when it was on Gameboy, but I got it for the GameCube and it was one of my favorite games. I think because it was more structured and well played out on GC. The Gameboy versions were messy.
Adventure of link it's not a bad game persay but it's but it's just not my type of game.
I would also say Four Swords
Yup... that game sucked. Funny to see how many noobs to gaming pay homage to it now days, but when it came out everyone was like "WTF is this turd"!
Do the CDi games count?
Please dont remind us of that gallon of monkey piss. That should have never been made and im going to pretend that it was not. +bubbles for being brave enough to remember that game.
weren't there 2 CDi zelda games?
@ lizard There were 3. Faces of Evil Wand of Gamelon Zelda's Adventure All three were udder trash. The first two are twin tales, but Zelda's Adventure was an asymmetrical title. Faces/Wand had cutscenes that looked like it was done by the guy who drew The Critic/Home Movies.
a link to the past, i can't even see a pic of the game, it's horrible IMO...
Majora's Mask, that game is so tedious and boring.
I kind of agree with that. I did not like how the game was set up. =\
I would have to say Zelda 2 and Skyward Sword being the most recent. Now before I get a ton of disagrees for SS, I suppose I should explain. I am one of the unlucky ones, where my motions don't quite register correctly, making the game incredibly frustrating. I also just lost steam while playing it too. It didn't really capture me. Maybe if I could do more things with some of the items Maybe I would like it more. Like the whip being the biggest waste. I want to whip of swords and shields, but the whip can only kill bats. The Beetle is pretty cool though. My favorite new weapon.
4 swords couldnt get into it
I found Majora's Mask to be the worst. Lots of people seem to love it though. Just wasnt for me.
I couldn't really get into Twilight Princess for some reason. I wouldn't say that I hate it, I just didn't like it as much as the rest of the games in the series (not counting CD-I games of course).
Skyward Sword, the game was full of padding, the story was full of plot holes, and it just didn't have bosses as memorable as previous LoZ games.
Skyward Sword. I loved the bigger emphasis on story, and the ability to guide your sword swings and bomb trajectory was awesome, but I could not overlook how ridiculously linear the game was in comparison to the rest of the series. You didn't even have to look to find optional items. The world is so small and straight forward that you'll see everything just by playing through the main game. The only thing that will determine whether or not you get 100% is whether or not you remember to return to previous levels to nab the stuff you couldn't collect because you lacked the necessary item at the time.
Four Swords or Adventure of Link. Links Awakening, and the Oracle games are my favorite because I enjoy the 2D/portable games more.
Zelda 2 The Adventure of Link. Too difficult.
From the ones I've played, I would have to say Spirit Tracks, and it's nowhere near a bad game anyway, it's just that the train segments (85% of the game) were tedious and redundant as hell.
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