While Zelda II: The Adventure of Link has its share of controversy among fans of the Zelda series, hardcore fans probably recognize the line “I AM ERROR”. Within the port town of Mido is a man called Error, probably a typo from Errol (you know how those r’s and l’s have the same phonetic tone) who made his mark from a single line of speech. One homebrew developer by the name of Nesplayer thought this misnamed character deserved his own title and made a hack of Zelda II called the Zelda II: The Adventures of Error. The game is a side scrolling spoof off a bunch of NES franchises. Players will battle against icons like Simon Belmont and Mario in order to save the princess.