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Editor’s Picks The worst Zelda games ever?

It’s hard to say for sure, but there’s no denying the franchise has its share of detractors.

Which Zelda games are the worst of all time?

And what is it that makes Zelda special?

IGN’s Zelda writers vote.

1.

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker The first Zelda game that actually worked, The Wind Sorrow is a great game.

But it’s also an underwhelming, confusing mess of a sequel.

Its plot and characterization are confusing, its art style a bit on the generic side, and it lacks any meaningful depth or depth of design.

2.

Super Mario Bros. The first Mario game was a huge success.

The next Mario game is another massive failure.

That’s the case for Super Mario Brothers.

3.

Tetris: The New Tetris Tetris was a brilliant game in its own right.

It’s the sort of game that makes you think you’ve learned everything about the game before you even play it, and that’s a great thing.

But, even as a kid, I had no idea how to play it. 4.

Metroid Prime Metroid Prime was a fantastic game, but it’s probably the worst game Nintendo ever made.

It was terrible from the start, and its plot is littered with plot holes that make you wonder if it’s just a marketing ploy for the game.

5.

Super Metroid Metroid Prime is one of my favorite games of all-time.

But I’m not sure it was a great Metroid game.

6.

Metal Gear Solid The first Metal Gear game is one that’s still regarded as one of the best games ever made, and Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is still considered the best Metal Gear series game ever.

7.

Final Fantasy VII Final Fantasy’s biggest mistake was making the game feel like a direct sequel.

And now that it’s over, Final Fantasy is just another bad entry in the series.

8.

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic The best part of Knights of The Old Republic was its story and its sense of humor.

But the game was rushed to completion and didn’t fully explore any of the story elements it did have, leaving players wanting more.

9.

The Sims 2 The second best Sims game is still Sims 2.

It has some great stories, but I feel like it’s missing some of the depth it did in its predecessor.

10.

Tetra: The Goddess of Destruction Tetra was an awesome Tetris game, and the sequel was great as well.

But Tetra 3: Dimensions was also a fantastic sequel, but for some reason it wasn’t as polished.

11.

The Simpsons: Tapped Out One of the funniest Simpsons games is Simpsons: The Movie.

But its plot wasn’t all that great.

12.

The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings The second-best Witcher game is a very fun one, and a great sequel, and both of them were fantastic.

But one of them is really, really bad.

13.

The World Ends With You There’s a lot of great, original games out there, and even great games that aren’t great are worth checking out.

But you probably won’t like them all.

IGN’s top games of 2014.

14.

Star Fox 64: Star Fox Assault This is a game that is a little too hard for some people.

But if you have trouble playing it, I have a little advice: It’s a very challenging game.

15.

Super Smash Bros. Melee I like Smash Bros., but I also don’t have much love for it. 16.

Zelda: Breath of the Wild This game is just too good to ignore.

17.

Final Horizon I don’t think I’ve ever played a game as good as Final Horizon.

18.

Super Bomberman R Final Horizon’s plot and mechanics are amazing, but the game’s gameplay is just not very good.

19.

Metal Slug I really liked Metal Slug, but this is just really not the game I would have picked for my kids.

20.

The Last of Us The Last Of Us was one of those games that everyone liked, but not everyone liked it as much as everyone else.

21.

Zelda II: The Adventure of Link The first game I ever played was probably the first game my kids played.

And the sequel I played?

Yeah, I think it was The Legend Of Zelda II. 22.

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City The first Grand Theft Algorithm game was awesome.

But Vice City was the best Grand Theft auto game of all times.

23.

The Matrix: Reloaded The Matrix reboot is a really cool reboot, and I’m still a huge fan of it.

But after a while, the sequels become boring, and after that, you’re stuck with the first movie.

24.

The Walking Dead: A Telltale Games series It’s been over a decade since Telltale games have really been good, but The Walking Down Dead: The Game is the first Telltale game that was really good.

25.

The Banner Saga The Banner saga was a

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