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The Guardian rated The Legend of Zelda – My Nintendo Information collection

British news publication The Guardian has ranked The Legend of Zelda franchise, and game journalist Keza MacDonald has listed her favorite entries in the classic 35th anniversary video game series. As you visit the website, you will find that they posted their thoughts on each entry on the list and listed their reasons for placing each game. Whether you agree or disagree with the placements on the list, it is well worth a read. Anyway, this is how she classified every entry in the legendary series:

17. Tri Force Heroes
16. Zelda II: Adventure of Connection
15. Phantom hourglass
14. Sky sword
13. Spirit Tracks
12. Minish cap
11. Four swords adventure
10. The Legend of Zelda
9. Link awakes
8. Oracle of the Ages
7. Twilight Princess
6. A connection between the worlds
5. Wind waker
4. A connection to the past
3. Ocarina of Time
2. Majora’s mask
1. Breath of the wild

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