Today will be particularly important for fans of all ages who have had the opportunity to grow up and spend their childhood in the company of Link, Princess Zelda and their incredible exploits. They have in fact passed exactly 35 years since, on February 21, 1986, the first game of the now iconic franchise titled The Legend of Zelda, giving life to an infinite amount of experiences and dreams that over the years have left a great imprint on the minds of players around the globe.
The first installment of this massive fantasy-themed action-adventure series was initially released on the Famicom Disk System and exclusively within the borders of the Japanese territory. Only later was an edition published for the NES in America and, the following year, also here with us throughout Europe. After that, the saga has spent all these years renewing itself and keeping up to date with the times, offering a large amount of games and entering the hearts of millions of players of all age groups. Taken by enthusiasm, many followers of the brand have decided to share their happiness on social networks with various posts on Twitter.
For the event, some interesting fan art also appeared on the net, such as the one you can find attached directly at the bottom of this news. As for instead Nintendo: the Japanese giant wanted to celebrate the occasion by announcing the HD port on Nintendo Switch of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, chapter released at the time only on Wii. The famous English newspaper The Guardian instead he has compiled his own list of the main titles of the series. That said, there is nothing left for us to do but extend our sincere wishes and hope for a prosperous future for this historic franchise that hasn't stopped for years and never ceases to amaze people.