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The Legend Of Zelda Games Ranked

My favorite video game series of all time ranked along with digs. I didn't rank Spirit Tracks because I haven't played it yet. Also, recs are appreciated.
Los Angeles

The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass - The worst Zelda game I've ever played. It was a sequel to Wind
Waker and just wasn't that good overall. I didn't find one redemable quality in this game and cannot really
say anything too positive about it. As a huge Zelda fan I really don't like this game and have no desire to
replay it.
12Third Eye Blind
Third Eye Blind

The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages - In the same vein as Oracle of Seasons. Just not that enjoyable. Not
much to say really because it goes hand in hand with Oracle of Seasons.
11Tangerine Dream

The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons - I honestly cannot say I enjoy this game that much. It was okay
at best and really was just not up to standards of othe Zelda games. A real dissappointment as when I first
got this I was stoked to play it. Not so much when I started playing.
Nothing Lasts... But Nothing is Lost

The Four Swords Adventure - An alright Zelda game. It wasn't anything special, but still was overall fun
and I enjoyed playing it with some of my friends. Overall, I wouldn't replay it, but it wasn't a bad game by
any means. Just not as good as other Zelda games.
OK Computer

The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening - This game takes place on a mysterious island and in order to get
back Link must find a flute, I think, to get back to Hyrule. Honestly, cannot remember if I beat this game
or not. I remember it having some fun parts, but as a whole didn't get much out of it. I really need to
replay to get a better opinion on it.

The Adventure of Link - The only game in the series not have the The Legend of Zelda put into the title.
This game was alright it is different from other Zelda games as it is sidescroller and you earn experience
points if I remember correctly. The game takes place shortly after the first Zelda game and is, for the most
part, a dissappointing follow up.
7King Crimson
In the Court of the Crimson King

The Legend of Zelda: Minish Cap - This for the gameboy and I really enjoyed it. It wasn't too difficult overall
and easily beatable in a couple of days, but it is still a fun game. Overall, this game I felt got lost among of
buch of othe games and is really solid. If you're a Zelda fan and haven't played this do so now because it is
a buch of fun especially for the gameboy
6Joanna Newsom

The Legend of Zelda - The first and still one of the best video games of all time. I still love how this game
just starts you in the middle of nowhere only hinting that you should check out that cave. How people
speed game this in like an hour is flat out ridiculous. It took me a while to beat and really haven't played it
since. Overall, a great game and this is the game that started it all so I have to love it.
The Moon is a Dead World

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess - Yeah I'll admit I had fun playing this game when it first came out,
but I recently tried to replay it and just didn't enjoy as much as I thought it would. Turning into a wolf was
a nice addition, but like A Link to the Past it was a little long and some of the temples were flat out
annoying or just overall boring. Still better than most Zelda games and it was a challenge playing this one
all the way through so it deserves a top 5 spot.
4Black Sabbath
Heaven and Hell

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker - I don't care what anyone says this is an amazing game and
playing this when I was 12 was some of the must fun I had at the time. I for one love the cartoon
graphics and to me this is one of the best games for the Gamecube. Sure traveling by sea was sometimes
a bitch, but overall the dungeons and the temples in this game are just flat out fun and really not too
difficult. The Wind Temple is a lot of fun and one of the best temples in any Zelda game.

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask - Such an amazing game. While this game only has 4 temples it
makes up for it with most likely having the most sidequests of any other Zelda game. The Goron races are
amazing and getting all 24 masks is a great challenge. However, The Great Bay Temple and the Stone
Temple are two of the hardest temples in any Zelda game. I really stopped having fun at those parts, but I
enjoy a good challenge so it wasn't too bad.
2Jenny Lewis
Acid Tongue

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past - This loses to Ocarina of Time because I found it to be way too
long, but overall no other Zelda game has topped it. It is huge with a bunch of fun side quests to do. Also,
it had some of the best weapons availbable in any Zelda game. Love this game and really didn't find any of
the dungeons that difficult.
1Kanye West
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time: Number one cause it was the first Zelda game I ever played when it
first came out in the late 90's. It also has the best soundtrack of all the Zelda games. I have come back to
this game countless times and will continue because it is so much fun. Water Temple can still go die in a
fire though. Spirit Temple is the best along with the Fire Temple.
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