Zelda 2: The Adventure of Link | NES

Published by Nintendo, Developed by Nintendo

Genres: RPG / Action / Adventure (1 players)

Wii: Jun 4th, 2007 (US) | Feb 9th, 2007 (EU) [500 points]

3DS: Nov 29th, 2012 (US) | Sep 13th, 2012 (EU)

Wii U: Sep 12th, 2013 (US) | Sep 26th, 2013 (EU)

Zelda 2: The Adventure of Link

In Zelda II: The Adventure of Link, Link is on a quest to seek the Triforce of Courage and awaken Princess Zelda from a sleeping spell placed upon her by an evil wizard. Meanwhile, Ganon's minions are attempting to resurrect their master.

Instead of the regular top-down viewpoint, Zelda II uses a side-scrolling perspective and overworld map, and features role-playing aspects that are unique to the series. Zelda II also features many character and place names that fans of the series are sure to find familiar.

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Ekaj185 said:

Old! Old! Ahhh!

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[RS]Omega Red said:

I don't even remember this one man.

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Ryan said:

This was the sequel to the original Legend of Zelda. I didn't enjoy this one as much as the original, but still it was a pretty good game.

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wii dont like sony said:

This looks a lot different to the original.

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dank herb said:

This one kicks ass I thought.

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anubis76 said:

This was my favorite back in the day.

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B for Benndetta said:

They tried a different format for this Zelda, with magic bars and life bars besides a different view (Kind of like Super Mario Bros 2). They obviously went back to the original style, but this is a great game anyway, if a bit harder to get into.

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Ian C. said:

I love the song in this game.

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itstimetoplaydawii said:

Oh god this game was horrible. I thought it almost ruined the series.

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drdewnez said:

The castle theme in this game is the music for Hyrule Temple in Super Smash Bros Melee. LOVE it.

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B Darius said:

Three Zelda games already came out on the VC. And I'm pretty sure that most of you have "Twilight Princess". Do we really need this one?!

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Ads said:

Hmm. I checked my virtual console, and it doesn't show Zelda 2 on mine. Or excitebike, I guess it hasn't come out here.

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Sean said:

Why not have this one out for VC, you can already get ocarina of time, and A Link to the Past, everywhere. This and the original are the only ones worth getting if you don't already have the collectors edition. Plus there's a Wii version of Ocarina coming out where you can use the controller I've heard.

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Wiizard said:

I have this on my nes, it still works after countless years. I don't like the side scrolling thing but it was fun.

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Ian C said:

I'll get 2000 Wii points and download This one, Zelda 1, Punch out and Metroid when it comes out on vc.

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Ian C said:

I'm at the last level!

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Keranu said:

This is by far the best Zelda game ever made and I don't mean that as disrespect to others in the series.

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Coryd10 said:

This has the konami code on it and why is it a screen scroller.

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Luke said:

You kids just don't like it because you weren't born when this came out. It was as exciting to get this game as it was for you children to get Brawl last week.

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Nintenjosh said:

Man, the ending with link and zelda really blew my socks off.

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Son Ninja said:

This game is one tough Zelda title, like the Four Swords games this one doesn't had any rupees to collect but it was the first game to show a different perspective to Link and Hyrule. I'm glad Link's Sword Implant move which first debut in this game, was included in Soul Calibur II. This game is also the first Zelda title to use magic and also allowed Link to jump without the use of a feather.

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