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The_Liquid_Laser said:
Jumpin said:

I don’t think that’s the right way to look at it.

Both Switch and NES have sold 62 million units:

Zelda 1 only sold 6.51 million, and Zelda 2 sold 4.38 million; but Breath of the Wild has sold 18.6 million. To me that indicates that Breath of the Wild has reached more people and is therefore more popular.

I do agree with keeping Zelda 2 around in its original form - I tend to like the original adaptations of games myself, but I am also not against having an update of the game.

Even Shakespeare has been revised and adapted.

Yeah, this is what I was originally asking for.  I want an updated version of Zelda 2 (and Zelda 1 and Link to the Past) that is similar to the Link's Awakening remake.  Updated graphics with some QoL refinements.  I don't want them to radically change the game like FF7 Remake though.

Rather than I guess remastered versions of the 2D Zeldas which is what you want, I'd rather they make a brand new 2D Zelda with the LA-remake graphics. That'd be fantastic. Fine just having the original 2D Zeldas on Switch Online, don't need anything else done with those. We don't need remastered versions of 30 year old games, a new 2D Zelda would be fantastic, and would keep in line with the idea of consolidated divisions in Nintendo to one system and therefore releasing handheld type series (like 2D Zelda) on the Switch.