Cameos of The Legend of Zelda
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- 1 Games
- 1.1 Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
- 1.2 Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)
- 1.3 Game Boy
- 1.4 Game Boy Color
- 1.5 Game Boy Advance
- 1.6 Nintendo 64
- 1.7 Nintendo Gamecube
- 1.8 Nintendo DS
- 1.9 Nintendo 3DS
- 1.10 Nintendo Wii
- 1.11 Nintendo Wii U
- 2 Movies
- 3 Television
- 4 References
Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)Link 837 - 866. R. I. P.". In the US version of this game; the gravestone was changed to read, "Here lies Erdrick 837 - 866. R. I. P.", referring to the hero from the Dragon Quest series.
However, Link's grave can still be found in the remake of this game in the iOS, Game Boy Advance, PlayStation, and PlayStation Portable. Recorder.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)Master Sword from The Legend of Zelda series. Kirby also gains Link's abilities such as the Sword Beam and Downward Thrust. Beside that, many of the treasures in the Great Cave Offensive are based on items from other Nintendo games. One of them being the Triforce; the final treasure on the list, and the most valuable one. Ocarina of Time. It features pictures of characters such as Navi, Epona, Ruto, Darunia, Kaepora Gaebora, Princess Zelda, Link, Deku Scrub, Ganondorf, Fairy Ocarina, Keaton Mask, and Fairy Slingshot.
Game Boy ColorKing Zora, Dampé, Impa, Saria, Darunia, Ruto, Talon, Sheik, Rauru, Bonooru, Skull Kid, Deku, Goron Kid, Mido, Nabooru, Pierre, and Ingo. Beside that, the fourth club in this game is named the "Link Club," and it bears the symbol of the Triforce.
Game Boy Advance
The Master Sword is one of the most powerful weapons in this game. It description say, "Only master swordsmen may wield this weapon".
One of the shopkeepers in the game also say "Buy somethin', will ya?", the phrase spoken by some of the Merchants from the first Zelda game. Upon receiving items, Hamtaro also holds them above his head in much the same manner as Link. The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords, in that Link has clones in that game (each with a unique color).  Zola fire and a Peahat.
During the credits, players can change the shape of the stars that fly past the screen into small Triforces if they hold Down on the control pad. Octoroks.
Nintendo GamecubeRunning Man from Ocarina of Time.
A latin-style remix of The Legend of Zelda's main overworld theme is featured in the U.S./Europe version of this game. The players also can buy alternate sound effects for their bongos. Some of these sound themes have been taken straight from The Legend of Zelda, A Link to the Past, and Ocarina of Time.
When the player get a good score; they will get a character badge, including a badges from Zelda series featuring Link, Tetra, Zelda, Ganondorf, and Tingle. The face of these characters also featured in a slot machine during a Battle mode.
This Japan only third installment of Donkey Konga features many songs based on Nintendo games including a song based on The Legend of Zelda theme.Super Smash Bros series.
On Paint Roller's mini-game (called Paint Panic), Kirby may have to draw a number of cameo images related to Nintendo. It includes the Triforce from The Legend of Zelda series.
8-Bit Hero mini-game in 9-Volt's Microgames also has Zelda cameo. In this mini-game, the players must select the pixel that differs between the top and bottom screens to make a scene from an NES game appear. Link is one of many Nintendo characters featured.Like in the first WarioWare games on GBA, you also will see the Triforce from The Legend of Zelda series and the GameCube "G" logo during the credits.
This game pays homage to The Adventure of Link. It borrows both the top-down view and the side-scrolling from Zelda II. Large overworld areas will be presented in top-down and smaller areas in side-scrolling. Like Zelda II; when walking around in top world mode, the player will run into the black, shadowy creatures, which randomly pop up.
This game also uses a very similar logo, menu format, and health system to Zelda II. It also featured many other Zelda elements such as the famous Zelda chime that accompanies opening a Treasure Chest, and feature in a door which brings forth the phrase, "Hey man! It's dangerous to go alone!" The thriller can be watched here.Skyward Sword outfit or Samus Aran's Zero Suit.
The description for the Fairy Orbitars' idol reads, "Tired of pixies asking you to listen?" This is a reference to Navi from Ocarina of Time, who is infamous for constantly yelling "Hey! Listen!"
Other reference occurs in Chapter Ten, The Wish Seed. When a puzzle is solved, the player can hear the familiar "Puzzle Solved" chime from the Zelda series!
Nintendo WiiHero's Clothes, Hero's Cap, Majora's Mask, and Midna's Mask.
Several other items also are based on items from The Legend of Zelda series. It includes the Triforce and Master Sword. When you try to use Master Sword, it plays the Zelda "Get Item" theme.During the Flea Market, one of your villagers might say; "Buy somethin' will you?" This phrase is taken from the Merchants in the original The Legend of Zelda. Beside that; on the dashboard of Kapp'n's bus, you can see text written in Hylian, the language in The Legend of Zelda series.
Nintendo Wii Uhere for trailer.
Bayonetta 2's exclusive release on the Wii U includes some special Nintendo-themed costumes with it. Players are able to dress Bayonetta in the Galactic Bounty Hunter (Samus), Mushroom Kingdom Princess (Peach), and Hero of Hyrule (Link) costumes.
Many sound effects from A Link to the Past can be heard throughout the movie, as well as the Hyrule Overworld theme emitting from "Young Neil's" Nintendo DS Lite.There is a scene in the movie in which Scott Pilgrim enters a bathroom and the music playing is the Fairy Fountain theme. The scene can be found here