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The UK-based video game magazine EDGE started out all the way back in 1993, and this year marks the magazine’s 20th anniversary. To celebrate, the magazine published a list of the top 20 games since the magazine’s debut, as selected by the readers. Ocarina of Time topped the list at number one, beating out other classic games such as Super Mario 64 and Final Fantasy VII. Another Zelda game also managed to break the top 20; the fan favorite Majora’s Mask made it onto the list at number 19! You can check out the full list at Nintendo Everything.

Source: NeoGaf
Via: Nintendo Everything
  • CEObrainz

    Majora's Mask only 19? I would have put it right next to Ocarina, maybe even joint first if possible. I always wished the N64 cartridges were big enough to store both games, it would make for a big epic game.

    • TwiliMidona

      I totally agree with you, but I'm happy that Majora's Mask actually made it on to the list. Why? Although it's an amazing game, it's always lived in Ocarina's shadow and so not as many people have had the experience of enjoying it. Also, love the idea of combining the 2 games. Pure genius

  • wandersage

    Duh…

  • Nonelse

    Finally somebody who didn't get wrapped up in the Wind Waker hype.

    • RPH1

      Wind Waker actually has the opposite of hype. People didn't like the art design when it was first shown. People fell in love with it after playing it. Hype means it was pumped up and doesn't deliver. Something that is over-hyped is all sizzle and no steak. Wind Waker started out as more like all steak, no sizzle. I hope this helped you understand it a little more.

      • Guest

        clear as an azure sky of deepest summer.
        thanks, dork.

      • Ryano

        Actually actually, Wind Waker WAS the opposite of hype… today it is the embodiment of hype. All of the naysayers either walked away or converted and all that remains are devout WW fans, many of whom were kids when they fell in love with the game and have grown into Zelda loyalists. Surely its no surprise that OoT is EDGE's greatest game, but that doesn't make Nonelse's comment out of place or untrue in today's world.