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System: Philips CD-I
release date: october 10 1993 (US only)

Most zelda fans have never heard of The Legend of Zelda: Faces of Evil.  That is because the game is one of three Zelda games not released on a Nintendo console.  In the early 1990s when Nintendo was looking to make a CD-ROM add-on to the Super NES, they licensed some of their characters to Phillips, a company who had recently released their own CD system, the CD-i and was at the top of the list of companies who would help Nintendo with their add-on.  

The game features familiar characters, such as Link, Zelda, and Ganon, and is once again a quest for Link to get the Triforce and save Zelda from Ganon.  Most people agree that the three CD-i Zelda games were horrible, but while they may not be made by Nintendo, they look like very interesting games to play.  Unfortunately, it is probably next to impossible to track down a copy of them or a CD-i system since the system was a huge flop, so most of us will never get the chance to play them....

Zelda history

Zelda 2 The Adventure of link

Zelda III A Link To the Past/Four swords

The Legend of zelda Links awakening/DX

The of Legend Zelda Oracle Ages/Seasons

The legend of zelda Ocarina of time

The legend of Zelda Majora's Mask

The legend of Zelda The windwaker

zelda bonus discs

The Legend of zelda (Gamecube)

The legend of zelda the minish cap

Zelda four swords

BS zelda

Wand of Gamelon