Every Zelda Ranked By Difficulty (Easiest To Hardest)

The Legend of Zelda series is known for its iconic gameplay, puzzles, and adventure. However, not all Zelda games are created equal when it comes to difficulty. In this article, we will rank the Zelda games from easiest to hardest, with Twilight Princess being the easiest. Keep in mind that these rankings are subjective and based on personal experience and feedback from other players.

The Easiest Zelda Game – Twilight Princess

What is the easiest Zelda game?

Twilight Princess is often considered the easiest Zelda game, especially when compared to its predecessors. Unlike other installments in the series, there are very few puzzle elements in Twilight Princess. Combat is mostly single-button mashing and your sidekick Midna provides constant hints.

The puzzles in TP generally consist of Link getting trapped in a room with a locked door, receiving a key, then unlocking the door.

There aren’t any logic puzzles, like breaking pillars to collapse the 4th and 3rd floors of a dungeon together as seen in Link’s Awakening. There aren’t any tricky riddles like trying to understand what “where the eyes have walls” means.

That said, there is one sliding ice block puzzle in the game that some players struggle with. Otherwise, you can pretty much cruise through Twilight Princess without any outside-the-box or critical thinking. Nothing’s wrong with that! Sometimes after a day of work, sitting down with a thought-free adventure can be really nice.

The navigation is straightforward as well. While it features a gorgeous open world, you’ll always know where to go. You won’t need to do any additional exploration to find your way. Within the dungeons, you’ll mostly be traveling from room to room, from beginning to end, in order. You won’t have to question where to spend a key, or where to go next at any point in the game.

Combat in Twilight Princess

As for the combat, it’s very unlikely that you will take more than 1 or 2 hearts’ worth of damage in Twilight Princess. For the most part, everything does less than 1 heart damage, and you likely won’t take many hits during the duration of your playthrough.

Every boss in the game is a giant, terrifying… complete pushover. Very cool looking, but very easy!

Was this boss even attacking me? Was it even aware of my existence? Was it even aware that I was here? – BarbarousKing

Many Twitch streamers, such as BarbarousKing, have done “3 heart runs”, hero mode, or more to increase the difficulty.

The game’s pacing is also more forgiving, with plenty of opportunities to rest and replenish health. However, the game still offers a satisfying adventure with very memorable music!

Tutorial Princess

A lot of people have referred to this game as Tutorial Princess, as the tutorial is many hours of tedious training. It is almost as if Nintendo assumed this would be the player’s first time ever holding a controller.

After the long intro, you will continue to be guided by Midna until the game comes to an end. Even on the final boss, Midna will come out and tell you how to fight the final phase of the boss. But all you have to do is essentially just a single button mash, similar to what the other bosses offer.

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A Worthwhile Walk in the Park

There are plenty of other factors. As one final example, when you play as the wolf, you have a radius attack. This allows you to simply hold down a single button and then release it to kill everything on the screen.

While this is, by far, the easiest Zelda installment, and perhaps one of the easiest games of all time, it’s a must for any Zelda fan!

We recommend playing with the Ganondorf amiibo for double damage and playing on Hero mode for quadruple damage with no heart drops. And then you may also want to also consider doing a 3-heart run if you’d like to squeeze a little challenge out of this one!

I have played Mary Kate & Ashley, Barney, and Barbie games. I have yet to find a game easier than this one.

For Beginners – Skyward Sword

Skyward Sword is an easier addition to the iconic Zelda franchise with mixed reviews. Some of us love it, while others have set it as the worst in the series. That said, it’s still a great origins game if you’re into Zelda lore.

While the game has received some mixed criticisms for its motion controls, one aspect that has been generally agreed upon is its mostly easy difficulty. Some may see this as a drawback, it allows for players of all skill levels to enjoy the game and fully immerse themselves in the world of Zelda.

With that said, I think we can all agree that Fi is a bit overbearing. She will come out to hold your hand through the game at every opportunity. Perhaps she’s just lonely, but that lady sure can talk!

While it’s not necessarily “challenging”, you do have to pay some attention to directional attacks, blocking, and breaking out of enemy grips. This type of combat mechanic makes fighting enemies a unique experience compared to other Zelda games in the series.

The game strikes a solid balance between cute puzzles and an enjoyable gameplay experience. It’s a great choice for those who are new to the Zelda franchise or for those who simply want a more laid-back gaming experience.

The focus of Skyward Sword is less on difficulty, and more on the history of Hyrule, creative puzzles, and atmosphere.

Easy But Not Elementary – The Wind Waker

The Wind Waker is known for its cartoonish graphics and open-world exploration.

While the game’s puzzles can be challenging at times, combat is relatively easy. Most enemies can be dispatched with just a few hits, and timing them isn’t too hard either.

The Wind Waker sometimes gets labeled as the easiest Zelda due to its young looks. However, there are challenging moments and caution is required.

The game also introduces new mechanics like the grappling hook and sneaking against the wall, which adds variety to the gameplay. That can be a challenge of its own for players who are used to a more hand-holding type of playthrough.

Wind Waker will certainly guide you in the right direction when needed. That said, you will have a lot more free-roam ability and fewer interruptions from sidekicks in this Zelda!

If you really want to punish yourself with difficulty, you could go through the Savage Labyrinth on a 3 heart run!

For the Light of Heart – Phantom Hourglass

The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass is a challenging game, but it’s not the most difficult game in the Zelda series. It strikes a nice balance between challenge and accessibility, making it a great entry point for newcomers to the franchise.

Disclaimer: I haven’t personally played this game, so I’m going based on what I’ve read across Reddit, Zelda forums, and Discord channels.

In terms of difficulty, it has been compared to other The Wind Waker. These games both offer a fair challenge that can be overcome with practice, but they won’t punish you too harshly for making mistakes.

As for whether it’s still worth playing, I would say yes! While Phantom Hourglass may not be the most popular Zelda game, it still has a lot of great things going for it.

The game’s use of the Nintendo DS’s touchscreen and microphone is innovative and adds a unique element to the gameplay. Also, it’s kind of like a throwback to the original Famicom Zelda, which is pretty neat!

The story is engaging, the puzzles are satisfying, and the graphics are charming.

So, we can still definitely recommend giving Phantom Hourglass a try if you haven’t already. We hear it’s a fun and engaging game with a moderate difficulty level.

Frustrating But Quick – Faces of Evil

Faces of Evil is a notorious CDi Zelda game that features moderately challenging combat mechanics and confusing level design.

It’s a feature, not a bug… right?

Enemies generally don’t deal much damage, despite throwing endless attacks your way. The game’s puzzles are pretty straightforward, with very few precision-based challenges.

Despite its relative ease, The Faces of Evil remains a challenging game that requires some level of skill and strategy to beat.

While this may be an example of “bad difficulty”, it’s overall not a terrible game. Shocking, I know, but it can be moderately fun!

There are really only two reasons that this game doesn’t rate higher in difficulty.

  1. One is that you can tank most of your hits.
  2. Two, it’s such a short game that you won’t struggle for long.

How You Play It – 4 Swords Adventures

The difficulty of The Legend of Zelda: 4 Swords Adventures can vary depending on your experience with the Zelda series and your ability to work cooperatively with others.

This game was designed for multiplayer gameplay, which means that playing alone might be more challenging than playing with a group of friends. However, that’s the only way I have played it, and I found it pretty relaxing!

Compared to other Zelda games, The Legend of Zelda: 4 Swords Adventures is often considered to be on the easier side, especially if you have experience with the series. It features relatively simple puzzles and combat encounters, and the game’s cooperative gameplay can make it easier to progress through the game’s challenges.

That being said, there are some challenges that can prove to be difficult, especially for less experienced players.

For example, some of the game’s later levels can require more precise timing and coordination with your fellow players, which can be challenging to execute consistently.

From other people’s experience I have been reading online, this game can be really challenging… if your friends are slacking!

Mixed Reviews, Mixed Difficulty – Spirit Tracks

The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks is generally considered to be a moderately difficult game. I haven’t played this one myself, so I have to run with what I’ve read in reviews of the game.

It is said to have a good balance of challenge and accessibility. While some puzzles and bosses may present a challenge, the game provides helpful hints and tips to assist players in their progress.

Compared to other Zelda games, Spirit Tracks is often considered to be somewhat easier than Breath of the Wild. However, this does not mean that the game is without its share of challenging moments.

The reception of The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks has been generally positive, with many fans praising its innovative use of the DS touchscreen and microphone features, as well as its engaging storyline and well-designed dungeons.

While it may not be considered the strongest entry in the series by some, it remains a beloved and well-regarded game among many Zelda fans.

When it Rains, It Poors – Breath of the Wild

Breath of the Wild is known for its open-world exploration, stunning visuals, and innovative mechanics.

However, the game’s difficulty can be polarizing, with some players finding it too easy, while others find it frustratingly difficult.

The title reflects my experience. It was pretty easy but had some tough moments (that were really fun). It’s also a bit of a joke about waiting for the rain to stop so you can climb up a mountain.

The game offers a lot of freedom and encourages experimentation, but it also punishes players who are unprepared or careless. The game’s puzzles and boss battles can be challenging, but the game offers plenty of tools and strategies to overcome them.

One thing I personally like about the difficulty of Breath of the Wild is the movement. You can sometimes just barely clip over ledges and reach places you feel that you shouldn’t have access to. This leads to my next point.

Really, the difficulty of BotW is based on your decisions. You can certainly make the game harder or easier, depending on how you go about playing it.

Take on a Lynel or two and have fun!

A Gamer’s Game – Ocarina of Time

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is a classic game with a perfect difficulty level to match!

It’s not too easy, but not too hard either.

It’s got some challenging parts, like the Water Temple and the final boss fight. Others have said the Spirit Temple and Shadow Temple’s left them stumped for quite some time. You will definitely have to think creatively to progress at times.

On the flip side, Navi won’t let you solve a puzzle without first giving you a hint. There are plenty of fairies, bottles, milk, and hearts to keep you alive without too much of an issue.

Overall, however, the difficulty level is just right.

The combat is fun and engaging, with plenty of opportunities to learn new moves and techniques. The puzzles are clever but not too frustrating.

If you’re a gamer who likes a bit of a challenge without getting stuck for hours on end, Ocarina of Time is definitely what I see as the perfect balance.

Just Tough Enough – Zelda’s Adventure

This is my personal favorite of the 3 Zelda CDi games, and honestly maybe in my 3rd favorite Zelda. I’m not trolling.

The difficulty of this game is the worst aspect of it. And the reason is, because the difficulty is based on even getting this game to run. And if you do get it working, getting it to work properly is another issue.

This game was a little too advanced for what the CDi was capable, and so finding a working copy is nearly impossible. If you play it on PC, you’ll likely not be able to make use of saves, except for an autosave given after beating each dungeon.

While this is unfortunate, and for most people ruins the game completely, once you get started it is a great adventure.

It is a fairly casual experience, walking through the autumn leaves and along the rivers. You’ll meet lovely characters with hilarious commentary, face some tricky bosses, and dodge your way through tough gauntlets.

The challenges may not defeat you, but you’ll come close to losing all of your hearts once in a while — for sure!

You will also need to pay close attention to the story and hints to find your way through the game, because there’s no hand-holding on this Zelda game!

Zelda’s Adventure has ’90s library game vibes, autumn-themed everything, and it’s just a chill adventure with occasional challenges. It’s serene and fun to traverse!

… if you can get it working, that is.

A Perfect Storm – Link’s Awakening

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening is a challenging game that requires some serious thinking skills to complete.

Link’s Awakening features very complex puzzles (especially in the final two dungeons). Eagle’s Tower is notoriously difficult, and my personal favorite Zelda dungeon of all time. You have to pay very close attention to your surroundings, memorize the architecture, and even reference your map.

On top of that, the anti-kirbies and beamos will mess you up!

Skill plays a more important role by offering hidden (but intended) mechanics to clear dungeons faster.

There are plenty of difficult enemies that can catch you off-guard if you’re not careful. It’s still a Zelda game, so it’s nothing too crazy.

That said, you’ll need to be strategic and quick on your feet to make it through this Zelda game.

The bosses are mostly easy, but the final boss is a different story. In the original game for Game Boy and the Game Boy Color remake, Link’s Awakening DX, you’ll really have to prepare for battle.

Different Versions

The Nintendo Switch version moves slower and nerfed the final boss pretty hard, so you won’t get the challenge in this regard. But your skills will still be put to the test in any version of the game!

Version differences aside, the sense of accomplishment you get from beating a difficult level or defeating a boss is incredibly satisfying. If you’re up for a mental challenge and love a good adventure, Link’s Awakening hits the spot.

Related article: Hollow Knight Secret Ending (Mostly Spoiler Free) Guide

Combat & Puzzles – Oracle of Ages & Seasons (Linked)

We consider these games as two sides of the same coin, so we’re combining them as one for this ranking.

The two Zelda Oracle games, Oracle of Ages and Oracle of Seasons, offer a moderate level of difficulty for players. While not as challenging as some of the other games in the series, they still require some skills and problem-solving abilities to complete.

What’s especially cool is that Ages is more focused on difficult puzzles, while Seasons is more focused on difficult bosses. In this regard, they feel about equal in difficulty, but for different reasons.

When you link the two games, you also get an extra challenge when fighting the final boss!

The puzzles are well-designed and will often require you to think outside the box to progress through the game. The bosses are also challenging but can be defeated with some strategy and practice.

One slight downfall is the time spent traveling or trying to figure out where to go. You might really feel the “fetch quest” vibes during your playthrough.

A unique feature of these games is that they can be played in any order and completing one game will unlock additional content in the other game, providing more of a challenge for players who want to experience everything the games have to offer.

Overall, Oracle of Ages and Oracle of Seasons strike a nice balance between accessibility and challenge, making them a great choice for both new and experienced players alike. These two games are still fairly mid, when it comes to difficulty.

Creatively Tough – Ocarina of Time (Master Quest)

Well, let me start by saying that The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (Master Quest) is no walk in the park.

While it’s true that both versions of the game share many similarities, there are definitely some key differences that make the Master Quest a bit more challenging than the original.

For starters, the dungeons have been completely reworked in the Master Quest. You’ll still recognize some of the familiar rooms and puzzles, but they’ve been tweaked and modified to make them a little more difficult.

Enemies are also more abundant and tougher to defeat, which means you’ll need to be on your toes if you want to make it through the game!

That being said, I don’t want to give you the impression that the Master Quest is impossibly difficult. If you’ve played the original Ocarina of Time, you’ll have a good idea of what to expect. The Master Quest just adds a bit more challenge to keep things interesting. So, if you’re up for a bit of another playthrough of OoT but with some minor differences, I’d definitely recommend giving it a try.

Just be prepared to play the heck out of the Song of Time.

Stress Management – Majora’s Mask

Majora’s Mask is often considered the darkest and definitely one of the tougher Zelda games. MM’s time loop mechanic adds a layer of urgency and pressure to the game, making it more stressful for some players. This is especially true if you’re looking to collect all of the dungeon fairies!

The game’s puzzles and boss battles are also more difficult than in its predecessor, Ocarina of Time.

Be prepared to flip dungeons, race against the clock, and be haunted by the creepiest Link on the market “Elegy of Emptiness” (AKA Ben).

I found this game very frustrating when I was young. I loved it, but it was always the tougher older brother of OoT.

Still, the game offers a unique and rewarding experience for players who are up to the challenge.

Highly recommended if you are looking for a Zelda game that makes you work for your accomplishments!

Experienced Players – Triforce Heroes

The Legend of Zelda: Triforce is known to be a challenging game, but the level of difficulty can vary depending on your gaming experience and familiarity with the Zelda series.

The game’s puzzles and combat can be quite demanding, and some of the bosses are particularly tough.

In terms of difficulty, I would say that Triforce is most similar to The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. Both games have a similar structure with non-linear gameplay and puzzles that require critical thinking and exploration to solve.

One of the challenges of Triforce is managing your resources effectively. You’ll need to use your items and abilities wisely to overcome the various obstacles and enemies you encounter throughout the game.

Additionally, some of the dungeons can be quite tricky to navigate, requiring you to think carefully about how to progress through them.

Overall, I would say that Triforce is a challenging game, but not excessively so. If you’re an experienced gamer and a fan of the Zelda series, you should be able to handle the difficulty level.

However, if you’re new to the series or don’t have much experience with action-adventure games, you may find Triforce to be quite challenging.

Inventory Management – A Link Between Worlds

This might be an unpopular opinion, but A Link Between Worlds carries a bit of a “retro difficulty” that pleasantly surprised me.

A Link Between Worlds is a direct sequel to A Link to the Past and retains many of its mechanics, including the use of two worlds and the ability to merge with walls.

ALBW offers more freedom and less hand-holding than ALttP, which can make it more challenging for some players.

The game’s puzzles and boss battles can be challenging, but not overly difficult. What really makes the game difficult, in my opinion, is deciding when to take which items.

Or you can take all of the items you might want to hold but run the risk of getting hit one too many times and then losing a lot of progress.

Perhaps I was just playing with too much of an OCD mindset, but I found this quite a challenge, personally! You may have different opinions. That’s why we’ve written up a guide to help you pick your next Zelda game, based on your preferences.

Brute Difficulty – The Legend of Zelda

Released in 1986, The Legend of Zelda is a classic adventure game that has stood the test of time. This is a game that could be defined as “a classic challenge”.

While the game’s graphics and mechanics may seem dated by today’s standards, the game’s difficulty remains as challenging as ever.

One of the main reasons for the game’s difficulty is its lack of guidance and direction. Unlike modern games that offer detailed tutorials and waypoints, Zelda 1 drops the player into a vast and mysterious world with little direction. It’s up to the player to explore and discover the game’s secrets and objectives.

The game’s dungeons are another source of difficulty. The dungeons are filled with puzzles and traps that require careful observation and problem-solving skills. The game’s combat is also challenging, with enemies that require strategy and skill to defeat. The player has to learn how to use a variety of weapons and items. These items include bombs, boomerangs, and bows, all of which need their own set of skills to master. Doing so will help you navigate the game’s challenges.

The game’s difficulty is also reflected in its length. The game is relatively long for its time, with nine dungeons to conquer and a final boss to defeat. The lack of a save feature also adds to the game’s challenge, as players must complete the game in one sitting or risk losing their progress.

Despite its difficulty, Zelda 1 remains a classic and beloved game. The game’s challenges and mysteries offer a rewarding and satisfying experience for players who are up to the challenge. So if you’re looking for a classic adventure game with a real challenge, give The Legend of Zelda a try!

Janky Hack, Mate – Wand of Gamelon

Wand of Gamelon is another notoriously difficult CDi game in the Legend of Zelda franchise.

Similar to Faces of Evil, Wand of Gamelon features challenging combat mechanics and confusing level design. However, this game’s difficulty is much more punishing than Faces of Evil.

The enemies deal more damage and the player’s attacks are somehow less responsive. The puzzles in Wand of Gamelon can be slightly confusing, and require precision from the player that you wouldn’t find in a well-made game. Overall, Wand of Gamelon is moderately difficult, but still a short enough challenge to be done with relative ease.

Unlike Faces of Evil, however, this game may not be worth playing. I’ve played through it myself, and it was not really my cup of tea. But to each their own!

Friends Or Foes – 4 Swords

Originally released in 2002 as a multiplayer game for the Game Boy Advance,  Four Swords is a relatively short and straightforward game. It can be completed in just a few hours. However, its difficulty can vary depending on whether you’re playing solo or with friends.

Playing solo can be quite challenging since you have to control all four Links at once, which can be overwhelming at times. You also have to have quite a setup to even get this to work! Additionally, some puzzles require you to split up the Links, making it even more challenging to manage them all effectively.

In multiplayer mode, each player controls their own Link, making the game more manageable and enjoyable. However, the difficulty ramps up considerably in multiplayer mode, especially if you’re playing with inexperienced players who may struggle with teamwork and coordination.

While this game’s difficulty mostly depends on how you play and who you play with, it’s not actually that difficult at its core. It’s most similar in difficulty to The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap, another Game Boy Advance title.

That being said, the game can still be enjoyable and make you work for your goals. Especially if you’re playing with friends!

The puzzles and combat are well-designed, and the game’s unique multiplayer mechanics make it a fun and engaging experience.

That Final Boss, Though – The Minish Cap

The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap is a game that falls somewhere in the upper-to-middle of the difficulty spectrum. The game features puzzles and combat that are challenging but not overwhelmingly difficult, allowing players to progress through the game with some effort and practice. However, the final boss of the game is notoriously tough, requiring a lot of skill to defeat. And patience if you keep losing to the boss, like me.

*cries in skill issue*

While the puzzles in the game can be tricky, they are generally fair and satisfying to solve. The combat requires a good sense of timing and the ability to read enemy patterns, but with some practice, you can become skilled at taking down even the toughest foes. The real challenge comes with the final boss, which requires you to use a mix of many of the skills you’ve learned throughout the game and stay focused to emerge victorious.

Overall, The Minish Cap offers a balanced level of difficulty that will keep players engaged without feeling too frustrated. The final boss is a significant challenge, but with persistence and strategy, players can knock it out and enjoy the satisfying conclusion to the game’s story.

Let’s be honest though, the real difficulty is the test of patience while picking up endless kinstones that you don’t want.

No Coddling – A Link to the Past

This is considered one of the harder Zelda games for several reasons. Firstly, ALttP’s puzzles and dungeon layouts require careful planning and exploration.

The puzzles in the game are often multi-layered and you’ll have to use a combination of items and abilities to progress. Moreover, many of the dungeons have hidden rooms and pathways that can only be accessed through careful observation and experimentation.

This level of complexity makes the game challenging, especially for players who are not familiar with the Zelda series.

Furthermore, A Link to the Past has a strong emphasis on combat, which isn’t super common in modern Zelda gaming.

You will find a wide variety of enemies, each with unique strengths and weaknesses, and players must learn how to effectively use their weapons and items to defeat them. Some bosses require players to use specific items or abilities to defeat them, which can be a puzzle in itself to figure out.

Finally, the game also has a higher difficulty curve than some other Zelda games, with later dungeons and bosses requiring more skill and strategy to beat.

Overall, these factors make A Link to the Past one of the harder Zelda games, but also one of the most rewarding to master. This is partly why it’s such a great game for speedrunning!

The Hardest Zelda Game – Zelda II: The Adventure of Link

What is the hardest Zelda game?

Zelda II is widely considered the most difficult Zelda game. The Adventure of Link constantly places you in danger, even on the overworld map. The combat consists of fast-moving enemies and projectiles in small, cluttered spaces. Some segments of the game will not let you progress unless you’ve first found well-hidden items. This game will test your skill, your knowledge, and your patience.

This Zelda departs from the formula of the first game and introduces RPG mechanics like leveling up and side-scrolling combat. The game’s difficulty curve is steep, and the lack of direction and guidance can be frustrating for some players. For me, I searched for 12 hours for one single item that was blocking my progression. You don’t have to be as stubborn as me when you play though!

Still, the game offers a unique and challenging experience for those who are willing to invest the time and effort.

Despite the impressive difficulty of Zelda II, it is one of my favorite Zelda games, even though I’ve only played through it once!

Bonus Difficulty – Zelda 1 (Second Quest)

This isn’t technically the hardest base Zelda game, but it is the toughest Nintendo Zelda experience available!

The original Legend of Zelda game was already a challenging adventure game. But did you know that there is a secret second quest hidden within the game that takes the difficulty to a whole new level?

The second quest is a more difficult version of the game that is unlocked by completing the first quest. The second quest is not for the faint of heart and requires a lot of patience, skill, and determination.

The second quest features redesigned dungeons that are more complex and challenging than the first quest. The dungeons are also reordered and feature new enemies and puzzles. The game’s overworld is also changed, with different item placements and hidden secrets. The overworld exploration might even be considered cheap or “artificial” difficulty to some gamers.

If you aren’t fully opposed to using a guide, we at Speed Gaming News recommend that you play with only an overworld map as a guide! The dungeons, while difficult and frustrating, are pretty fair once you’ve learned about the new mechanics introduced within the 2nd quest.

That’s right! New mechanics are only featured within the second quest. That’s pretty advanced for a 1986 game!

Figuring Out Second Quest

One of the biggest challenges of the second quest is the lack of guidance and direction. The game’s hints and clues are sparse, and the player must rely on their memory and intuition to progress. The puzzles are also more difficult and require more creative problem-solving skills. The game’s bosses are also more challenging, with new patterns and abilities. The second quest is a true test of skill and strategy, and only the most dedicated players will be able to complete it.

In conclusion, the second quest in the original Legend of Zelda game is an incredibly challenging and rewarding experience for players who are up to the task. The redesigned dungeons, new enemies and puzzles, and lack of guidance make for a truly challenging adventure game. If you are looking for a true test of your skills and strategy, then give the second quest a try. But be warned, this quest is not for the faint of heart, and only the bravest and most skilled players will be able to conquer it.

Zelda Games Sorted By Difficulty

Zelda games offer a variety of challenges and difficulties for players.

Twilight Princess is often considered the easiest, while Zelda II: The Adventure of Link is widely considered the most difficult.

But for more advanced players looking to try something unique, be sure to give the second quest in The Legend of Zelda a try!

However, each game offers a unique and rewarding experience. Difficulty should not be the only factor you consider when picking from this great series!

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