The Legend of Zelda (ゼルダ の 伝説 (でんせつ), Zeruda No DenseSu?) Is a series of action-adventure video games created by Japanese designers Shigeru Miyamoto and Takashi Tezuka, and developed by Nintendo, a company that is also responsible for of its international distribution. His plot usually describes the heroic adventures of the young Guerrero Link, who must face dangers and resolve riddles to help Princess Zelda defeat Ganondorf and save her home, the kingdom of Hyrule. From the launch of the first game in 1986, The Legend of Zelda has achieved a remarkable popularity accompanied by favorable criticism in the videogame industry, translated into a large commercial success at an international level -Arta April 2020, more than 113 million are calculated of copies sold from their games; For the specific sales of each franchise title, see the Commercial Section. The chronological continuity of the Games has been discussed over time, due to the uncertainty in identifying the links between certain Titles. Nintendo published the definitive chronology of The Legend of Zelda in the History History book (2011), in which there are three different timing lines, which depend primarily on Link. Initially, Nintendo did not consider that the videogame of Miyamoto and Tezuka were to achieve notoriety in the Japanese market, although shortly after it was convinced of its impact. In 1987 the first game had managed to sell one million copies and, after Its distribution in other countries, three million copies were marketed. This helped increase the sales number of the Nintendo NES console, the first manufactured by Nintendo. Over time, the series has obtained numerous positive criticisms in the videogame industry. Thus, the prestigious Japanese Magazine Famitsu highlighted Ocarina of Time, The Wind Waker, Skyward Sword and Breath of the Wild as perfect games, while most other titles were recognized as the best premieres in their respective launch years, as in the case of A Link to The Past -considered by Game Rankings as the second best game of 1992 for the Super Nintendo- and Twilight Princess platform -considered as the best game of 2006 for the site Web Game Report-. The Legend of Zelda franchise includes an animated television series transmitted in 1989, as well as numerous sleeves, novels and books published under Nintendo s license, although none of these are considered canonical.
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