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Zelda no Densetsu: Yume wo Miru Shima

Zelda no Densetsu: Yume wo Miru Shima

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Synonyms: The Legend of Zelda: Dreaming Island, The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening
Japanese: ゼルダの伝説 夢をみる島


Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 9
Status: Finished
Published: Jun 27, 1994 to Oct 27, 1994
Authors: Cagiva, Ataru (Story)
Serialization: None


Score: 7.281 (scored by 605 users)
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After training abroad, Link is sailing back to Hyrule, but is shipwrecked in a violent storm. He awakens on Koholint Island, and is taken to the house of a kind man named Tarin, and his daughter Marin (who bears a strong resemblance to Princess Zelda). A mysterious owl tells Link that to return home, he must awaken the Wind Fish by gathering and playing the eight Instruments of the Sirens. The bosses in Link's Awakening, who guard the Sirens' Instruments, are said to be the Nightmares of the Wind Fish. When Link plays the Ballad of the Wind Fish with all eight Instruments, he can enter the giant egg atop the Tal Tal Mountains, where the Wind Fish slumbers. There he must face the final Nightmare, shadowy apparitions which include umbral visions of foes from Link's past.


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Dec 22, 2013
This manga was based on a not so popular game (at least not as well known as others in the series) called Link’s Awakening based on the Game Boy version of the game. For reference, I have only watched a playthrough of the game myself so I wasn’t really going in blind on the game, although I haven’t played it. Sadly, the manga lacks much next to the game, where it gives insight into parts that were quieted down, the main story seemed to suffer greatly by just how short and fast passed it was. In order to talk about this manga, I must get read more
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May 31, 2008
Like most anime and manga, The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening had it's pros and cons.

Probably the biggest flaw with this manga is it's storyline compared to it's game counterpart; honestly to get any thorough enjoyment out of it, you had to know the game. All side quests were excluded and the dungeons barely covered, leaving the manga storyline pretty hollow.

However, unlike the game Link has his own dialogue, which provided a great insight into what his character was actually like, what he was feeling through different stages in the journey, what he was tihnking at ceratin points, etc. I got a few pleasant suprises read more
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