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The Legend of Zelda [Virtual Console] Videos and Trailers - Wii

The Legend of Zelda [Virtual Console]
Game Description:A downloadable version of the classic NES game, provided through Nintendo's Virtual Console service. In 1987, Nintendo players were introduced to Link, a brave hero who had been summoned to the land of Hyrule to find the eight pieces of the Triforce of Wisdom and save the Princess Zelda from the evil Gannon. Players never imagined this magical quest would be the first of many for Link and Zelda ... You must defeat a variety of enemies as you search for the hidden pieces of the Triforce. Once all eight are reassembled, you can enter Gannon's lair, defeat him, and save Zelda. Along the way, Link will pick up different items to help him in his quest, including a boomerang, bow and arrows, a raft, and some bombs. Once Gannon has been defeated, players get the option to start a new quest and play through ha remixed version of the game.
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