Talk:BS Zelda no Densetsu

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Instead of the informal fan name "BS Zelda" I suggest that this article be moved to the fully translated title: BS The Legend of Zelda. Guermantes 14:30, 21 June 2006 (UTC)'s worth considering, although I think the current title is more commonly used. -Unknownwarrior33 18:01, 11 August 2006 (UTC)
I would agree with the move. It would also be more in line with the other BS Zelda title. Sraan 04:05, 12 October 2006 (UTC)
I realize this is too late for this particular debate, but that is terrible English grammar! Dread Lord CyberSkull ✎☠ 03:33, 28 November 2006 (UTC)


This isn't really a true remake. It's more of a third quest, much like Super Mario Bros. Special or Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels. Same goes for its sequel. I think it should be moved to another, more suiting category.

Actually, it isn't a remake. This game takes place between The Legend of Zelda and Zelda II as a "gaiden", just like how the other BS Zelda happens directly after A Link to the Past and occurs in the same world yet take place around Link's Awakening. The big clue? In Level 7 of BS Zelda (which is a condensed version of Level 9: Death Mountain in the original Zelda), the old man says that it used to be Ganon's hideout. So since it used to be Ganon's hideout, and it was Ganon's hideout in the original Zelda, then this takes places directly afterwards. (MAYBE it takes place after Zelda II had Link been killed and his blood was used to revive Ganon, but I doubt Nintendo would make a late split in the timeline. But it's possible, since I think the point of Zelda II was that Ganon can only be revived at that point if they sprinkled the blood of the one who overthrew him on his ashes. The parenthesis is all theory, though, I've already represented the facts.) 17:17, 26 July 2007 (UTC)


Wouldn't this game be the very first online game or were there others like it before? I've never heard of any games like this exept the 2 BS Zelda games. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) 19:57, 17 March 2007 (UTC).

Actually, no. There were many BS games, to put some examples: BS F-Zero, BS Dragon Quest, BS Super Mario USA, BS Excitebike, and many more. And this was only a broadcasting, you didn't play with other people. I think the first true online game (on console) was Phantasy Star Online. -Cygnus —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 12:18, 7 July 2008 (UTC)

Well, once you get this far back, it becomes difficult to define "online game". If I remember correctly, Spacewar back in the sixties could be played over the ARPAnet on university mainframe computers. Interestingly, while ARPAnet was a predecessor of the internet, the Satellaview seems to go the opposite way, as, unless I'm mistaken, satellite internet is a rather recent development, and whether the BS-X counts retroactively is debatable.

Absolutely not. I believe that honor would go to Colossal Cave Adventure, although, like the above poster stated, the first video game ever made could be played over a WAN, but this was first possible after CCA did it. (talk) 23:47, 15 January 2009 (UTC)