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Zelda Link the Faces of Evil CDI

by phillips cdi
2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

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  • ASIN: B000GBOSZ6
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A gamer's review of monstrosity October 4, 2010
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
This game, although liscensed by Nintendo, was not overseen by the company, and thus Philips was allowed to go crazy inaccurate all over this game. The only humor from this game comes from the cut-scenes, which you can easily see without wasting your money on this horrible darkside of gaming. To use some of the words of the King of Hyrule, "Mah boi...don't waste your money on this game."
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not Even a Legit Title in the Series January 7, 2009
Fun: 1.0 out of 5 stars   
There is no doubt that The Legend of Zelda video gaming series is one of Nintendo's greatest accomplishments, in which a character named Link would fight to save the land and the people, primarily from Ganon. Each of the games has been praised as a classic throughout the years, from its humble beginnings in The Legend of Zelda to the most recent three-dimensional adventures.

For each game series, there's always bound to be a black sheep to show up. One of these black sheep is called "Link: Faces of Evil", in which Link must defeat Ganon, save Zelda, and become the almighty hero of Koridai. Sounds like your typical Legend of Zelda game, but it's a far cry from it.

First off, the graphics are just plain terrible, especially during the cutscenes. (You can most likely find them on YouTube, they're so bad they're hilarious.) It shows that Philips were given limited time with the development, so it obviously looks rushed. The game controls are awful as well, as they don't respond well at all. Plus I hate to spoil it all, but to defeat Ganon, all you do is throw the Book of Koridai at him and then you've saved the princess. There's no effort put into this game, this is just a cheap way for Philips to exploit some of Nintendo's characters and turn them into a complete joke of themselves.

It's funny how this game became very valuable, despite Nintendo only acknowledging for cursory input and that the game is poorly produced. Nintendo disregarded this title (as well as the two other Zelda CD-i titles) for a reason.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A scheme by Activision! April 24, 2014
Hi! I am Mr. Miyamoto. You may know me as the President of Nintendo and creator of many beloved characters like link. But my company is not responsible for this game. You see, a company stole our characters that turned out to be a shell company for Activision-and as you know, Activision is full of evil, lazy, and mentally disturbed game developers and they turned our beautiful creation into an instrument of torture-all to troll on us! Don't buy this or any of the other CD-I games that claim to have anything to do with us! If you do, you shall be buying into a lie by the mean, evil, and imperialistic Activision corporation!
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1.0 out of 5 stars Makes a Decent Frisbee August 13, 2014
Time for a short history lesson. You see once upon a time Nintendo decided to add a cd game player onto the Super Nintendo. This deal was made with a couple different companies including Phillips, and Sony. Even though the idea was eventually scrapped (because the Sega Mega cd did so badly), but Phillips still decided to make their own video game system called the CD-i. Phillips also got control of 5 Nintendo characters to use in their games. A horrible Mario game and two Zelda games were created. As Nintendo had nothing to do with these games you can just imagine how awesome they are.

The game is a side scroller, but it's not a good one. The controls are incredibly bad and frustrating. The cut scenes are lame and uninspired. The acting is the lowest humanly possible. The story could have been thought up by a 2 year old. And it would have probably been better honestly. This and it’s Zelda game are two of the worst video games in existence. We are talking bad here. Superman 64 bad. Avoid at all costs to your wallet. And your sanity as well.
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