The correct answer to this question is 16. The Legend of Zelda is a video game that is based on the themes of action and adventure. The first installment of the game was released in 1986. It was designed by Takashi Tezuka and Shigeru Miyamoto.
This game was released through Nintendo, but the other games over time were released through other companies such as Grezzo and Vanpool. Some of the 16 installments of the games were The Faces of Evil/ The Wand of Gamelon, which was released in 1993, The Adventure Of link, released in 1987, and A Link to the Past, released in 1991.
M. Porter, Senior Executive, Master of Art, San Jose
Answered Jan 17, 2019
There are a lot of people who are familiar with The Legend of Zelda. People have already played a lot of games that are related to this. Some have already played so many games of it that they already know how many series of The Legend of Zelda is available. There are a total of 16 parts all in all.
There are some who say that Ocarina is the best Zelda game available but it will always depend on people’s preferences. There are some who will say that the other games are the best. Probably one of the reasons why people like playing this game is because they find it refreshing especially when compared to the other games available right now.
16-[nes] the legend of zelda (1986)[nes] zelda ii: the adventure of link (1988)[snes] the legend of zelda: a link to the past (1992)[gb] the legend of zelda: links awakening (1993)[n64] the legend of zelda: ocarina of time (1998)[n64] the legend of zelda: majoras mask (2000)[gbc] the legend of zelda: oracle of ages (2001)[gbc] the legend of zelda: oracle of seasons (2001)[gba] the legend of zelda: four swords [alttp was bundled on this.] (2002)[gcn] the legend of zelda: the wind waker (2002)[gcn] the legend of zelda: four swords adventures (2004)[gba] the legend of zelda: the minish cap (2005)[wii/gcn] the legend of zelda: twilight princess (2006)[ds] the legend of zelda: the phantom hourglass (2007)[ds] the legend of zelda: spirit tracks (2009)[wii] zelda wii (untitled, unreleased)