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

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past came out in late 1991, a year after the launch of the Super Nintendo it was released for. It's one of our favourite Zelda games — it's more complicated than the first two, and it's the first time that items like the Hookshot and Heart Containers appeared in the series. The Dark World also makes its first appearance, starting the long-running parallel world theme of the later Zelda games.

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  • Wayde

    N64 top dog in 1998? I had one, loved it to death, but even this die hard fanboy knows PS1 was alpha wolf during these years

  • 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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