Video: The HD remakes no one ever asked for. Back in the '90s, not every Legend of Zelda game was made by Nintendo: The games for the Philips CD-i, for example, were developed by others and, well, they were a bit disappointing. The world should forget that Link: The Faces of Evil and Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon ever existed, but as C4DNerd's 3D reinterpretation shows, no matter what, these cutscenes will be with us forever.
The Zelda CD-i Games, Remade In 3D
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