CD-i games from The Legend of Zelda series

CD-I Games From The Legend Of Zelda Series

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Link: The Faces of Evil, Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon and Zelda's Adventure are three action-adventure games produced by Philips for the CD-i as part of The Legend of Zelda video game series. The Faces of Evil and The Wand of Gamelon were developed by Animation Magic and were both released on October 10, 1993 and Zelda's Adventure was developed by Viridis and released on June 5, 1994.

As part of the negotiations related to Nintendo's decision not to have Philips create a CD add-on to the Super Nintendo, Philips secured the rights to use five Nintendo characters in their games for the CD-i. The games were given little funding or time for completion, and Nintendo provided only cursory input.

The games were poorly received by video game critics at release, due to the barely functional controls, and the games have gained notoriety more recently as their full motion video cutscenes have become widely available through video-sharing websites like YouTube. The Philips CD-i did not sell well and Nintendo rarely acknowledges the games' existence.


Faces of Evil and Wand of Gamelon are played using the side-scrolling view introduced in The Adventure of Link, while Zelda's Adventure has a top-down view reminiscent of the original The Legend of Zelda. All the CD-i Zelda games begin with animated FMVs to illustrate the capabilities of the CD-ROM format, save Zelda’s Adventure, which begins...
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