The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time in a Nutshell.  I hated the freaking dungeon.

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time in a Nutshell. I hated the freaking dungeon.

Curiosities: The Legend of Zelda Original Concept Art. When The Legend of Zelda first appeared a couple of decades ago, artist Katsuya Terada created these amazing concept artworks for the first few games that appeared in player's guides and in Nintendo Power magazine.  Although it differs greatly from the Zelda that evolved on later systems, it's a fascinating look into the series' early roots.

Curiosities: The Legend of Zelda Original Concept Art. When The Legend of Zelda first appeared a couple of decades ago, artist Katsuya Terada created these amazing concept artworks for the first few games that appeared in player's guides and in Nintendo Power magazine. Although it differs greatly from the Zelda that evolved on later systems, it's a fascinating look into the series' early roots.

Original Zelda art by Katsuya Terada

Original, Badass Zelda Art By Katsuya Terada

Toutes les tailles | 03_illus_kt_finalbattle_gde | Flickr : partage de photos !

Toutes les tailles | 03_illus_kt_finalbattle_gde | Flickr : partage de photos !

Katsuya Terada - this is from the zelda 2 instruction book.

Katsuya Terada - this is from the zelda 2 instruction book.

Katsuya Terada’s Promotional Work from A Link to the Past. #zelda

Katsuya Terada’s Promotional Work from A Link to the Past. #zelda

Curiosities: The Legend of Zelda Original Concept Art. When The Legend of Zelda first appeared a couple of decades ago, artist Katsuya Terada created these amazing concept artworks for the first few games that appeared in player's guides and in Nintendo Power magazine.  Although it differs greatly from the Zelda that evolved on later systems, it's a fascinating look into the series' early roots.

Curiosities: The Legend of Zelda Original Concept Art. When The Legend of Zelda first appeared a couple of decades ago, artist Katsuya Terada created these amazing concept artworks for the first few games that appeared in player's guides and in Nintendo Power magazine. Although it differs greatly from the Zelda that evolved on later systems, it's a fascinating look into the series' early roots.

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