The far-off land of Gamelon is in trouble. Duke Onkled, the goodwill leader of Gamelon and the King's good friend... See full synopsis »




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Cast overview:
Bonnie Jean Wilbur ...
Princess Zelda (voice)
Jeffrey Nelson ...
Duke Onkled / Hectan / Wizzrobe / Iron Knuckles (voice)
Mark Berry ...
King Harkinian / Ganon / Fari / Mummy (voice)
Natalie Brown ...
Lady Alma / Water Girl / Hungry Girl / Fairies (voice)
Karen Grace ...
Swamp Man / Fisherman / Forest Girl (voice)
Josie McElroy ...
Knitting Woman / Fairy Dust Lady (voice)
Jeffrey Rath ...
Link / Armos (voice)
Marguerite Scott ...
Witch #3 (voice)
Paul Wann ...
Mayor Kravindish / The Baker / Ushrom (voice)


The far-off land of Gamelon is in trouble. Duke Onkled, the goodwill leader of Gamelon and the King's good friend... See full synopsis »

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A New Interactive Animated Adventure


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1993 (UK)  »

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Did You Know?


This, and Link: The Faces of Evil, are the only Zelda games in which Link talks (more than his usual grunts when fighting or falling, or saying one or two-word sentences like in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker). He also talks in the official Cartoon series too. See more »


When Zelda goes to rescue the Fisherman who's trapped in the Fish Head, she blows away the boulder that blocks the eye (the exit). When Zelda enters the fish head to talk to the fisherman, the ribs of the fish are clearly visible, and the gabs between them are obviously wide enough for him to crawl his way out. Oddly enough, in the Fish Head, there is a ladder and the point of exit. See more »


[first lines]
King Harkinian: Zelda, Duke Onkled is under attack by the evil forces of Ganon. I'm going to Gamelon to aid him.
Princess Zelda: But father, what if something happens to you?
King Harkinian: I'll take the Triforce of Courage to protect me. If you don't hear from me in a month, send Link.
Princess Zelda: Impa!
Impa: Don't worry, Zelda. The Triforce of Wisdom promises the king will safely return.
King Harkinian: Enough! My ship sails in the morning.
[a bell is ringing]
King Harkinian: I wonder what's for dinner.
Link: Oh, boy! I'm so hungry, I could eat an Octorock!
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Again, Ugh.
23 May 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Oh no! Not another Legend of Zelda CD-i game! I mean, it's doing the same thing the Faces of Evil is doing, adding crappy cut-scenes! This Zelda looked absolutely nothing like the Zelda from the Legend of Zelda video games. And why would she even smile and say "good!" after killing one of the bosses?! She's as sick as Felix the Cat laughing at a skull and making faces at it in the Felix the Cat movie! And like the Faces of Evil, it also has crappy artwork. The voice actors, as I mentioned in the Faces of Evil, did absolutely nothing to put effort into voicing their characters. But, for those of you who are high on crack or too brain-dead to agree with me, I'll continue this rant with the game play. Like the Faces of Evil, the game play is a complete joke with the same style of collecting rupees, the constant darkness, and enemies keep killing without giving you a chance to fight back! I just hope they don't make another Zelda CD game any time soon. Wait.... What's that?! There's going to be another Zelda CD game?! It's going to star Ganondorf?! (Faints)

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