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Game of Thrones meets Legend of Zelda

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When you play the game of thrones, you win or you die. Or you collect the Triforce and defeat Ganondorf. Either way, it's very entertaining.

Inspired by the particularly marvellous mashup of Mario and Game of Thrones, YouTuber The Pixel Kingdom has created an excellent HBO-style opener for The Legend of Zelda.

From the Lost Woods to Death Mountain, the world of Hyrule lends itself remarkably well to the reworking - albeit with a more colourful, gentile tone than the harsh climbs of Westeros.

Right, we're off to dig our NES. Hopefully it'll distract us from how close we are to finishing season four.



(Images: YouTube)

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