In pictures: We celebrate the 25th anniversary of The Legend of Zelda

A pictorial tribute to Link, Zelda, and assorted baddies in all the Legend of Zelda video games

And now, the main event: cast your mind back to November 21, 1998. The Nintendo 64 had been top dog amongst gaming consoles for around two years, but it didn't have a Zelda title yet. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time changed all that, bringing Link and Hyrule into glorious over-the-shoulder 3D. Like pretty much everyone else, Ocarina is our favourite Zelda game: it's gorgeous, long and full of humour and quirkiness. Plus it has the usual excellent repertoire of Zelda tunes.

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  • Regalson18

    Yeah, happy birthday Link! You have saved me from bordom countless times. For that, I thank you. Go Skyward Sword!!

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