The Legend of Zelda's popularity is soaring with the rumors of a Breath of the Wild sequel! Whether you're familiar with the franchise or looking to go back to where it all started, we compiled a list of the seven Zelda title you can't miss.
- Legend of Zelda - NES
You cannot start a list of Zelda games without mention the game introduced us to our hero Link and princess Zelda. We also meet the evil Ganon for the first time, doing everything we can to save Hyrule!
- A Link to the Past - SNES
While Link always gets the best of Ganon, it's a big battle between the two in this Super Nintendo classic. This would also mark the first appearance of the Master Sword.
- Ocarina of Time - N64
Let's move things to the third dimension! The story goes through time, with the Link's Ocarina, to multiple dungeons and worlds to explore. You're the only hope for Hyrule to stop the new villain, Ganondorf.
- Majora's Mask - N64
Majora's Mask is a follow-up to Ocarina of Time, specifically two months after the events, where Link is sent to Termina. This world parallels his own of Hyrule, but the big difference is Termina is in danger of destruction, and Link has three days to save it.
- Wind Waker - Nintendo GameCube
With a change of scenery, Link is now at sea on a quest to save his sister from our established foe, Ganon. Explore the open waters with Tetra, the captain of the King of Red Lions, on your side.
- Twilight Princess - Nintendo Wii
Twilight Princess was originally scheduled for an exclusive GameCube release, but was delayed to be improved and optimized for the Wii. Link is stopping the Twilight Realm from taking over Hyrule, with the ability of going from Hylian to wolf in seconds!
- Breath of the Wild - Nintendo Switch
Finishing the Zelda timeline, Breath of the Wild is a current generation classic, where Link has awaken from a hundred-year slumber. Back in form, you must defeat Calamity Ganon to save the Kingdom of Hyrule.
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