Nintendo and its large number of its own titles means that the franchise has ample material to work on in its video game. This gives him room to develop interesting crossovers and thus give fans stories to have fun. Who we will talk about on this occasion will be one of the Skull Kid.
A particular race that appears for the first time as an antagonist in 1998. Specifically, it does so in one of the most recognized titles of all Nintendo, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Since then, he walks through other versions of the saga, leaving his particular behavior well marked.
According to review Nintenderos; experts on this subject, the Skull Kid have a unique personality that the franchise should have exploited better.
Despite their popularity, they are only in seven different titles and according to the specialists, these creatures deserve much more.
In this way, we are going to take a brief walk through the pleasant journey that the Skull Kid have made since 1998 until their last appearance in 2018.
The Skull Kids at Nintendo
As everyone knows, his debut made in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, de 1998. They are in the Forbidden Forest and have a mischievous attitude. They are quietly playing the flute and depending on the Link mode you approach, it will be their response. If you are a child, activate the happy mask and he will be your friend, if you are an adult, adopt a hostile attitude.
Two years later the character managed to get fully involved in the saga and was present at The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask, del 2000. For this opportunity we meet the Skull Kid as an adult Link and there is no chance of friendship; the character is always in a defensive attitude. In fact, the mission is to recover the Ocarina, which since his entrance steals us with a spell.
At this point he makes his first long break and the Skull Kid does not return until The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, del 2006. Here the Skull Kid returns to be of great help to Link, as he helps us navigate the Sacred Grove. He is still unreceptive to our presence and wastes a bit of time, but his appearance is really productive.
In 2008 the first Skull Kid crossover arrives in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. The great protagonist of this video game that came out for Nintendo Wii is Link. So, thanks to the swordsman, two Skull Kid stickers appear during the adventures.
Six countries had to pass for the Skull Kid to make a new participation in Super Smash Bros for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U in the. Nintenderos reminds us that in this video game the particular characters had the opportunity to: Reverse the controls of all players; dim the screen; rotate the screen 180º; and turn all fighters invisible.
Until finally, for the first time in history since its appearance, we can control a Skull Kid in Hyrule Warriors: Legends 2016. In this Nintendo 3DS video game we can attack with this character using the Ocarina or the same black magic.
Super Smash Bros: Ultimate, del 2018 marks the return of the Skull Kid to be a helper or simply a suit that can be used by fighters in different jousts.