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On this page you will find my collection of The Legend of Zelda saga in its different versions. Someday I hope that this page can be a great museum in which to find all the versions of the videogames of The Legend of Zelda, but for that there is still a long time. I will try to give all the possible data about each variant, I hope you like my collection. You can contact me on my instagram account: Infernos_Zelda or send me a message by clicking here: Contact

Nintendo NES – 1985

In Nintendo NES have left 2 games of the Zelda saga, the first is The Legend of Zelda also known in Japan as The Hyrule Fantasy, the second is The Adventure of Link which is the only game in the chronology that does not include the name The Legend of Zelda in its title.

Game Boy – 1989

The only game that was released on Nintendo GameBoy was The Legend of Zelda Link’s Awakening, due to the number of versions I decided to divide them into two pages, the original version and the Nintendo Classics or Players Choice version.

Super Nintendo – 1991

The only game that came out of The Legend of Zelda for official Super Nintendo was The Legend of Zelda A Link To The Past, this game has different versions for each country with small variations in the box, some some fans have created games like The Legend of Zelda Parallel Words, these are unofficial games that have been sold by other people, you can find them in the Legend of Zelda Hacks for Super Nintendo

Philips CDI – 1992

Philips CDI is a console that Philips released in 1992, this console was a complete failure. Nintendo sold the licenses of The Legend of Zelda to Philips for this console and Philips released at its launch 2 games: Zelda The Wand of Gamelon and Link The Faces of Evil, a year later in 1993 was released Zelda’s Adventure. Nintendo does not recognize them in history.

Nintendo 64 – 1996

For Nintendo 64, 2 Zelda games were released: The Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask and The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time. The two have different covers in each region, we can also find their Master Quest versions made by fans in The Legend of Zelda Nintendo 64 Hacks

Game Boy Color – 1998

The first release of The Legend of Zelda in Game Boy Color began with the remake The Legend of Zelda Link’s Awakening DX in 1998, this had 3 different covers in Europe, Japan and USA. Then in 2001 the 2 games The Legend of Zelda Oracle of Ages & Oracle of Seasons.

Game Boy Advance – 2001

For Game Boy Advance, 4 games of the Legend of Zelda series were released, two of them were remaster of Nintendo NES, the remasters of The Legend of Zelda and The Adventure of Link. The other 2 games are The Legend of Zelda The Minish Cap and The Legend of Zelda. A link to The Past + Four Swords, which is a remasterization plus a new game.

Nintendo Game Cube – 2001

In the Nintendo GameCube we can find 3 games of the Legend of Zelda saga that are: Twilight Princess, The Wind Waker and Four Swords Adventures. We can also find 2 games that were given or included in consoles that are: The Legend of Zelda Collector’s Edition and The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time Master Quest.

Nintendo DS – 2005

For the Nintendo DS console only 2 games of The Legend of Zelda have been released, this is The Phantom Hourglass in 2007 and Spirit Tracks in 2009. We can also find 3 spin-off of Zelda that are from the Tingle saga, two of them were only released in Japan.

Nintendo Wii – 2006

In the Wii console only 2 official games of Zelda were released, it is The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword and The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess. We can find a special edition with a gold controller on the Skyward Sword, and a spin-off called Link’s Crossbow Training

Nintendo 3DS – 2011

In the Nintendo 3DS console, 4 games have been released in The Legend of Zelda saga and a spin-off that is Hyrule Warriors Legends. We have the launch of 2 remastered games that are Ocarina of Time 3D and Majora’s Mask 3D and we have 2 new games that are: The Legend of Zelda A Link Between Worlds and The Legend of Zelda Tri Force Heroes.

Nintendo Wii U – 2012

In Nintendo Wii U have been released 3 The Legend of Zelda and we can count as 4th Hyrule Warriors that is a spin-off, all Wii U games have special edition except the Breath of The Wild that did not come out any special edition for Wii U, only for Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo Switch – 2017

In Nintendo Switch the only game that has left the Zeda saga is The Legend of Zelda Breath of The Wild, this game has different collectors different editions in each region. There has also been a remastered spin-off that is Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition.