Top Ten: Zelda Dungeons

We list the best dungeons that the Zelda series has to offer!

By Robert Marrujo. Posted 01/21/2014 09:00 1 Comment     ShareThis

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4) Goron Mines

Appeared in: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (Wii)

Goron Mines is how to do a dungeon that doesn’t feel like a dungeon. When players finally arrived at Goron Mines, the transition from overworld to dungeon was almost unnoticeable, as though it was a natural extension of the environment. Using the Iron Boots to traverse magnetic ore on ceilings and walls added some dizzying perspective switches that made simple tasks like shooting arrows much more challenging. There was also the battle with the enormous armored Dangoro suspended over a pool of lava that was unforgettable. Twilight Princess doesn’t often get the praise that other entries in the Zelda series do, but Goron Mines is one of the many things the title did right.

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One Response to “Top Ten: Zelda Dungeons”

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    lukas85 says...

    yes! i haven’t played many of this dungeons but i agree with the number one choice, my absolute favorite dungeon of all the series, is haunting, hard, creative and beautiful. i also like the Ancient cistern and the spirit temple.

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