Link: The Faces of Evil is one of the three Legend of Zelda games created exclusively for the Philips CD-i. Nintendo had virtually nothing to do with the game. It was developed in tandem with, and released on the same day as Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon.
The Plot revolves around a Hylian named Link that has to travel to a Land called Koridai in order to Defeat Ganon. Koridai is a region in the mountains that have many faces sculpted into it by builders of some kind. Its unclear when these Face builders actually built them . The back story of the game is not really clear on this. Link has the help of a Wizard on a Magic Carpet and they both travel From Hyrule Castle, Hyrule to Koridai. This wizard will ocasionally give you helpful tips on defeating Ganon.
The Faces of Evil uses the side-scrolling introduced in Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. The controls were widely criticized as confusing and very uncomfortable.
|The Legend of Zelda games|
|Console games||Legend of Zelda (NES Classics) • Zelda II (NES Classics) • A Link to the Past • Ocarina of Time (Master Quest) • Majora's Mask • Collector's Edition • The Wind Waker • Four Swords Adventures • Twilight Princess (HD) • Skyward Sword • Breath of the Wild • Link's Awakening (Switch) • Zelda Switch|
|Handheld games||Links Awakening (DX) • Oracle of Ages/Seasons • A Link to the Past & Four Swords • The Minish Cap • Phantom Hourglass • Spirit Tracks • Ocarina of Time 3D • A Link Between Worlds • Majora's Mask 3D • Tri Force Heroes|
|Spin-offs||Zelda (G&W) • Hyrule Warriors (Legends • Definitive Edition) • The Wand of Gamelon • The Faces of Evil • Zelda's Adventure • Link's Crossbow Training • Cadence of Hyrule|