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I’ll be honest with you, I didn’t grow up with Zelda games. My first Zelda game was Twilight Princess for the Wii and I only started playing the other classic games last year. Whilst I’ve enjoyed playing them a tad I’ve had to accept the fact that I can’t write articles or have a negative opinion on the games without appearing as some sort of poser or “edgy” guy.

I know that sounds silly, but I’ve read the comments you guys leave for other article writers who are new to a game genre and all I can say is that you guys are nasty, you play dirty. I may harp on about EA and Call of Duty (that’s right, they’re going to be mentioned in every article baby) but that’s because I’ve developed a hatred for them over years, it’s a hatred that’s refined and has become a small part of me.

That being said, for my first article on Zelda I’ve decided to go with a nice positive article, that’s right no sarcastic comments or witty one-liners, no sir. With that in mind I decided to give you guys a treat, not only is this article putting Zelda in a good light but it’s going to reward you all with a few juicy secrets that you may not have known. You see playing games is fun, no argument there; well unless it’s a game by EA where you have to set up a monthly subscription to have fu–no, not going down that road.

When you’ve finished the game though, what more can you do? Sure you can have a another few play-throughs over the years but the novelty soon wears off. Now I may be different here but what I look to do is pop on to the internet and read up about the games, perhaps there’s some sort of bonus level I missed or there are a few quirky secrets I didn’t see at first. With such a massive series as The Legend of Zelda you’re bound to find a lot of things you didn’t know about the games, so strap in as I show you the ten things you didn’t know about The Legend of Zelda…

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This article was first posted on April 6, 2013