Shouldn't there perhaps be a section on items, or maybe an items from "the legend of zelda" page? Something? Links to the pages of the items? Aeronflux 19:39, 19 June 2008 (UTC)
Not really necessary. You'd have to link every single item ever in a Zelda game, which is kind of a waste of time. Anyone interested could simply hit "Random Page" or search for an item they want specifically.
The similarities between this and The Divine Comedy (Dante's Inferno in particular) are staggering. Link (Dante) is on a journey to save his love, Princess Zelda (Beatrice Portinari) from the clutches of Ganon (Satan). To do this he travels to the Underworld (Hell) or to be more specific, the nine dungeons (Nine Circles of Hell). If this is true, it explains the Christianity aspect. And of course that was a basic synopsis. The plots are longer and there are probably more similarities.
Maybe there both based on the whole save the princess from the demon by completing trials cliché OniDark Link 21:58, April 16, 2010 (UTC)
I never thought of that but it does make complete sense. --Birdman5589 (talk) 22:28, April 16, 2010 (UTC)
Not really, Dante had to traverse the layers of Hell one after another, in the Legend of Zelda Series, he gets sent to the overworld.—Preceding unsigned comment added by Rouge2 (talk • contribs)
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Ok, get a clue dude. I'm not saying they are identical or it wouldn't be Zelda.
They seem similar, plus wasn't the overworld based on Miyamoto's adventures as a kid. The way I see it, it is a mix of The Divine Comedy and Miyamoto's childhood.
What I gather from the prologue is that Link never knew Zelda so saying its a parallel to Dante rescuing Beatrice doesn't really hold ground. I also thought she was one of Dante's guide in divine comedy. Are you sure your not thinking of Orpheus and Eurydice OniDark Link 13:41, April 17, 2010 (UTC)
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First off Oni, have you ever even read it or did you just look up the first paragraph on Wikipedia? Second, most things in themself allude to mythology. Third, I'm done talking about this now, because people like you are taking it to literal. I said they are very similar. Your taking it to be carbon copies.
hey guys can you add the comercail from japan on the page?--the dude6547 is out 15:15, June 28, 2010 (UTC)
If you want to watch it, I think its on my page Here, though maybe not...
almost swordless run
i heard that pepole got to ganon with out the first sword is this true or is it a lie- Sander123 (talk) 16:28, March 11, 2011 (UTC)
Questions that don't pertain directly to improving the article are better suited for the forums. Make a forum for your question and someone will answer it there. Jedimasterlink (talk) 17:27, March 11, 2011 (UTC)
Sander123 (talk) 12:23, March 15, 2011 (UTC) ok ill just say mabye
I was looking at the galley and noticed the box art (for what version, I don't remember), was just an empty picture. Is this just my computer being stupid again or does it need to be deleted or re-added?—Preceding unsigned comment added by ZombiePrincess (talk • contribs)
Hi. It was the first game to use a Y-axis, so therefore the first game to enable players to move up and down, as opposed to just left and right. I can't see anywhere in the article where that would be relevant though. Any help? AWWW YEA! (talk) 17:32, June 16, 2012 (UTC)
It's not the first to use a Y-axis, even in exploration. So, it's not really worth mentioning. Sorry. --Naxios10 (talk) 17:34, June 16, 2012 (UTC)
Duck Hunt and Balloon Fight are earlier games that immediately come to mind. That crawl into Star Wars game was probably released earlier and that's almost 3D in it's level of control of the X and Y Axis. Even Donkey Kong allowed Mario to press up to climb ladders. There's probably hundreds if not thousands of other examples available out there. OniDark Link 18:41, June 16, 2012 (UTC)