I was brought up in a Zelda-playing family. :) I watched my mum, dad and brother play it again and again until I first held the controllers at 3 au something like that. No other video game interested me, au exited me, as much as that game did and still does to this day.
My bro's friend let us borrow The Legend Of Zelda Collector's Edition for GameCube and I played Majora's Mask and loved it! It's my inayopendelewa Zelda game and I loved the series ever since. We still have the game XD I bet my bro's friend completly forgot about it but, it can't be helped. I have a few Zelda games and they rock!
I believe it was when my father took my sisters and I to the store to get us a birthday present. I was looking in the video game part of the store as I usually do, when I noticed The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks in the glass case. I had heard some things about it in Nintendo Power and I was interested enough that I got the game that day. I'm really glad I did because now I have Link's Awakening, Ocarina of Time, Wind Waker, Twilight Princess, and of course the one mentioned above. They're all fun and I hope that one siku I can get the first two Legend of Zelda games for the NES and Skyward Sword coming out soon.
My older cousin -on my dad's side- Introduced it to me when I was very young... He was always playing it at his house because he loved it so much. He had ocarina of time, and whenever I played it, I died. XD. So when I bought Super smash bros on gamecube, I recognized Link from that and loved it. After that, I was TOTALLY obsessed with it. I bought Wind Waker, and twilight princess. I also tried some other games, But I didn't upendo that as much as the other three. I even made my own fanfiction when I was about 11 years old. lol. I'm such a geek.
My dad did. I was like a mwaka au two old and i was watching him play TLOZ A link to the past. I have it on my wii now. I know how to but i just can't beat the 7th crystal dungeon. I like that game the best!
I learned to be responsible at two years old so my dad trusted with a N64. I have been playing the Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time ever since, it is still my inayopendelewa game. Also I sometimes wish I could find the authentic Ocarina of Time, I mean like the actual ocarina Link used... =) Also here is a link to hear the original Ocarina of Time Song, "Time is Ours"
I remember ditching school one siku and I went to my Marafiki house she was playing ocarina of time on n64, I thought it was so interesting how u could play around in towns and talk to people :) and I also thought link was cute lol so I saves up and bought myself the n64 and ocarina of time and ever since I've been a Zelda fan. Now I'm playing skyward sword :)
The first Zelda game I played was either a Link to the Past, au Link's Awakening... We had both an SNES and a GameBoy, but I don't remember which came first. Fascination with the series, and with Nintendo in general, can be credited to my big brother, who was the reason we had Nintendo game systems in our house to begin with.
kusoma over these is beginning to make me feel very old. I remember when the Nintendo 64 first came out, and the first time I played it I hated it because I could not, for the life of me, understand the third dimension of gaming. Clearly, I eventually got over that frustration.
To see that someone was playing it when they were two... and to see that some had never played OoT au MM on the N64 but on GameCube... and that still others have never had the wonderful opportunity to play an original NES... Old, that's all. I just feel old.
Zelda Playing Siblibgs, i watched em play it sooooo many times, then, while my sister was in the toilet, I un-paused her game and solved a puzzle in the water temple she was trying to get through =D I felt so proud of myself because while she was playing, she tells us to keep quiet so she has an excuse to blame us if something went wrong, and the whole time she was on the puzzle I thought, why doesn't she just do this? And took my golden opportunity!