The Legend of Zelda series of action/adventure games by Nintendo follow a young boy named Link (often a different incarnation game-to-game) as he strives to save the land of Hyrule and the Princess Zelda (also different) from the evil Gannon and stop his quest for the Triforce. The series celebrates ...
I always was super fan of Nintendo games and games for Nintendo, although I haven't played them all. And I always had a curiosity about the 7 Stars concept present in several games, like Super Mario ...
Zelda and Link, from the Legend of Zelda series, are reincarnated characters. From adventure to adventure, thousands of years may have passed, so the two characters are never actually the same person ...
Most people who've played Zelda games I'm sure are aware of the three goddesses in Hylian mythology: Din, Nayru and Farore. But when I was a kid I remember Farore being spelled Fayore. I thought ...
At the beginning of this trailer, there's reference to humans. Which leads me to wonder, were there ever humans in the other Zelda games? For example, would Hylians be considered humans?
I was wondering which hand Link is supposed to have the triforce glow from. I can't find any standard, and the image I have found have it on both hands, which I expect is a product of the people ...
The Gamecube game, Legend of Zelda: Collector's Edition included four games (The Legend of Zelda, Zelda II: The Adventure of Link, Ocarina of Time, Majora's Mask) that weren't ported but are emulated ...