Link: The Faces of Evil and Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon are games that Nintendo wishes that everyone would forget about.
Originally released on the Philips CD-i system in 1993, this was the first (and last) time Nintendo relinquished total control over the Zelda franchise. The Legend of Zelda rights were originally only part of a larger deal that Nintendo had with Philips; Philips would be able to use the Mario and Zelda characters in their own games, and Philips would design a CD-player add-on to the then-current Super Nintendo System.
However, when the deal to make the add-on fell though, Philips still retained a license to make games based on select Nintendo characters, and the results were absolutely horrendous.
However, nothing could be as terrifying as this fan-made, modern recreation of those abominable games.
Using the magic of modern animation and perhaps some evil magic, YouTube user C4DNerd brought more fuel to power the nightmares of Zelda fans from all around the globe. Some of my personal highlights are the terrify lip-monster, the Dodongos that look like mutated Metapods, and the close-up of Ganon's smug little face.