ya know thats a good question. are these games non cannon? they were made completely by nintendo and have all rights to cannonicity. OniDark Link 12:10, September 19, 2009 (UTC)
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I'm no authority on the issue, but I think they are non-canon.
theres no reason for them to be except that theyre impossable to play and making them non cannon would mean it easier to play everygame. it is an interesting one. OniDark Link 12:15, September 19, 2009 (UTC)
Impossible to play? Huh? Played them just fine meself.
Anyways, little to no chance that these are canon, both on account of our own policy as well as Nintendo's. The Original BS Zelda has no changes from the original story though (I seem to recall) so that really doesn't matter. As for Stone Tablets, that one is definitely not canonical...
how did you play them? emmulation? thats the only way now a days isnt it. or did you have the whole online system back in the day? OniDark Link 12:25, September 19, 2009 (UTC)
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Hah, no chance. Scandinavia had such crap importers that we barely got anything but the most obvious commercial stuff. Nobody I knew even had a game from outside Europe. Well, mostly cause they didn't work due to region coding.
So yeah, it's emulation. They did a nifty job of maintaining the timed schedule and events, almost exactly like the Satellaview Broadcast. Just some stuff you have to do with the savegames. Come to think of it, since it's nearly impossible to obtain the games for real (and most certainly impossible to play the real games now that the signal is not broadcasting no more) they're sort of abandonware, and thus legally downloadable. Would be great if they made them available in the Wii Virtual Console or something, though.
That... is a genuis idea. You should put it forward this instant. They've probably forgotten about the game but would be more then capical of putting it up there. OniDark Link 12:34, September 19, 2009 (UTC)
Nope. With Japanese game companies, there's always some kind of problem with things like that. You can't have both...I mean, they release a special edition version or something, right? Then they make that game Japanese-exclusive, or release it with less content in other countries. They're always letting us non-Japanese down like that.
No, I mean they do the opposite. If the opposite of the BS Zelda games is the CD-i games, then suggest the one you don't want. Makes more sense now? If not, then don't even talk to Nintendo, they'll just laugh in your face, like they do to every other Zelda fan.