December 23, 2011

The Legend of Zelda Timeline

We're sure you have all heard by now that the long-awaited Zelda timeline has been released to the masses. Many of our fans have been asking us all this week if we had heard about it or seen it. And to answer your question, yes we have.

Just today though it has been confirmed to be 100% and fully translated by a huge fan of The Legend of Zelda, Glitterberri. Here is an image that breaks down all of the Zelda games into one beautifully set up timeline.

So what do you think? Is this really what we have all been waiting for all along? Do you fully agree with this "The Hero of Time is Defeated" part of the timeline, or was it just merely put there so that all these games could somehow fit in?

If you'd like to know what we think about this then you're all going to have to wait until next week when we released an amazing video on this timeline. We need to take it in for a while before we can truly process all this information. If you'd like to take a look at our previous timeline from years past, then just scroll below and click play.

Until next week guys, I'm Christian, we're ChrisCrossMedia, and you've just been ChrisCrossed!


  1. I think it's cool that they released the timeline, just so there is something offical, but on the other hand it was fun seeing all the different theories out there. Oh well, there will always be videos like the ones you made!

  2. I like the idea of the third timeline. It works and it allows all the games to fit into the Zelda universe in a nice orderly fashion. The games pioneered a number of features that were to become industry standards. The original Legend of Zelda was the first console game with a save function that enabled players to stop playing and then resume later.