Saturday, August 23, 2014

The Legend Of Zelda Came Out 27 Years Ago

August 22nd marks the 27th anniversary of The Legend of Zelda’s release in North America. When it arrived on the NES (Nintendo Entertainment System) it had already been out in Japan for over a year on the Famicom. The Legend of Zelda was released on a gold cartridge in the US and was the first home video game to use an internal battery for save data. The game sold over 6.5 million copies and was the first NES game to sell over a million. Nintendo recently revealed its next Zelda game for Wii U, simply called The Legend of Zelda for now. It’s currently scheduled to be released in 2015

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