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  • F.T. Wolf

Let’s Talk About The Legend of Zelda 35th anniversary: what can we expect?

Updated: Aug 9

Zelda, Link and Ganon are turning 35 next year. How might Nintendo celebrate it?

As I'm certain you all know this year was Mario's 35th anniversary. To celebrate Nintendo released a wide variety of Mario related products. From the celebration's linchpin, Super Mario 3D All-Stars, to the online multiplayer game Super Mario 35 to a bunch of merchandise and guest appearances in other games. It's been quite a success up until now, even with the pandemic throwing a wrench in Nintendo's original plan and the companies 'questionable' decision to make both aforementioned titles limited releases. With The Legend of Zelda turning 35 in February of next year, February 21st to be exact, many eyes including my own are on Nintendo and what they might do to celebrate it. After all, the franchise has gotten multiple anniversary events in the past so it's a no-brainer that Nintendo will hold another one next year. Update: Well, they didn't. Covid caused Nintendo to cancel the celebration. Read more about in 'Let's Talk About whatever happened to Zelda's 35th anniversary celebration'.


As such, what I want to do today is take a look at Zelda's upcoming 35th anniversary and see what it might entail. Try to predict the stuff Nintendo will do for it. Let's dive in.