The Legend of Zelda is a game that we all loved as kids. Up to these days when games are far better when it comes to graphics, The Legend of Zelda is still a game that is fun to play due to its top-notch game play and storyline. |
Although the translation of the story is poor, a lot of us still loved the game. The main character, Link, is set out on a journey to save Princess Zelda from the evil Ganon forces. But before facing Ganon, Link must first collect the pieces of Triforce.
Although the game development is poor, which is understandable due to technological limits, the idea of the game is still undisputed up to the time of this writing - a player taking the role of a hero who needs to save a damsel in distress.
Although games today are created from imaginary worlds, the world of Hyrule is still unique in many ways, and is comparable to the in-game worlds today. Journey across plain fields, mountains, grave yards, and forests to save Princess Zelda, each landscape is packed with mind-twisting puzzles and challenges that a player must solve in order to finish the game.
The Legend of Zelda is the first Role Playing Game and is the mother of all RPGs today. More than just killing Ganon forces, you need to unfold the secrets that will help you throughout the game. Rupee is the currency used in the game and can be used in many different aspects of the game like buying weapons, potions, bombs, information, and can also be used to gamble!
During these days when game development are at its peak, the Legend of Zelda still remains a great legend selling more than 6 million copies worldwide. So, if you are looking for a classical game that is fun to play, go ahead and take the old NES of yours out and journey through the world of Hyrule.
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