Nintendo celebrated Super Mario’s 35th anniversary last year and there were a lot of announcements and games. Including a set of three classics. 2021 is the 35th anniversary of the Zelda series and we have already informed you how it might work. Nintendo can also plan a few classic projects.
Next to the brand new Zelda and Breath of the Wild coming at the end of 2021, a Zelda collection is also possible in the summer. But which games can you expect here, after all, there were a lot of Zelda games?
Zelda Collection with Phantom Harklass?
In Australia, a new patent entry has now been invented by Nintendo, which has re-preserved the “Phantom Harglass” trademark. This is the 2007 Zelda game, which is a D.S. It was one of two DS games, and the other title (Spirit Tracks) came out well two years later.
For the Mario collection, Nintendo has selected three classic variants from three different consoles. DS of the Phantom Harglass Zelda series. Might be the title, and I would have expected “a connection between the worlds” from 3DS.
Let’s wait and see what Nintendo has in mind for 2021, because that doesn’t mean you want to re-release this game for such a patent entry switch. This is only a clue. If I could put together a set of three Zelda games for the switch, it would look like this:
- Zelda: A link to the past
- Zelda: The Wind Walker
- Zelda: Twilight Princess
The HD remake of the new Zelda for the 2021 Christmas season and the Zelda: Skyward Sword in early 2022 will be a good Zelda lineup for the 35th anniversary. I’m curious what Nintendo has in mind here.
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