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We’re back on our usual biz this week, passing the time by assembling a Zelda Dungeon All-Star Team! Inspired by the NHL All-Star game every year, the gang decide if they had to pick the best intro dungeon, the best forest dungeon, the best water dungeon, etc. what would that list look like? We came up with some surprising answers, and also gave homage to some of the titans among the series. Copy and paste the template below to fill…

Let’s all take a moment and admit that if we stopped to consider that Zelda’s life was really in peril the entire time during our playthroughs of Breath of the Wild, we would have stopped and gone to save her. Right? Well okay, sure, after a few more shrines… and after that side quest… oh, and upgrading armor… jeez, there are a lot of Korok seeds… What am I supposed to be doing again? Welcome to the collective thought process…

Greetings one and all, and welcome to what will be our final Artists in Legend challenge post. At least, for the foreseeable future. I know this is a bit sudden, but with this post we will no longer be posting monthly art challenges. I’m sure regular readers will have a lot of questions about why this is ending so suddenly, and I’ll do my best to address those below! If you have any other questions, or just general comments, please feel…

In the middle of 2019, the world was a very different place. E3 had just wrapped up, and Zelda fans were picking up the pieces of their proverbially blown minds. The sequel to Breath of the Wild had just been announced with a teaser trailer that sparked hundreds, if not thousands, of theories about what was in store for Link and Zelda. Fast-forward to this past week when both Geoff Keighley and Reggie Fils-Aime made waves via Twitter about speculations…

Who remembers this musical button combination: “Down, A, Down, A, Right, Down, Right, Down?” Oh, sorry! I forgot to use the modern dialect:  “R, L, R, L, Y, R, Y, R?” Those who use this melody are in for a hot time, for it is the famed “Bolero of Fire.” This handy tune is used in Ocarina of Time to warp Link into the heart of the caldera atop Death Mountain. One intrepid reddit user named zaqwa has recently released a…

One of the biggest barrier to enjoying video games is the relatively high price tag. Because of the cost involved, there are many discussions around the internet about the price of video games, and the content a player should receive for the respective prices that the player pays. Another potential frustration with buying games is the sour feeling of buying game that looks great, but ends of being middling to poor. One way that various news outlets and content creators…

With winter approaching fast and temperatures rapidly dropping, the possibility of frozen precipitation will increase. Snow can be a fun and beautiful adornment for the world around us, but it’s often a major annoyance and ice is a downright hazard most of the time. This remains true in the Zelda universe as well, which has regularly depicted it’s wintry locations as visually striking, but harsh and inhospitable. Ice-themed dungeons frequently rank among the most devious, containing some of the most frigidly frustrating…

||  Previous Chapter  ||  Next Chapter  || Chapter 3 Kiyoko and Dalal arrived with Kohga and the other Yiga in a far more barren mountain gap. One Kiyoko was all to familiar with. “Welcome home, boy,” Kohga said. “Welcome home.” Home. As if. As if this place, where only bad memories came from, could ever be home. Home was with the Sheikah, with people who cared for and respected Kiyoko. To the Yiga, Kiyoko was just a half-breed, part Yiga, part…

Saving Hyrule from the clutches of evil can be a stressful job, and even the most dedicated heroes need to take a break now and again. When you finally gain respite from fighting back Ganon’s hordes, it’s important to take the time to unwind and maybe throw on some relaxing tunes. Thankfully, these are always in supply for Zelda fans. Prolific hip hop producer Mikel has just announced the third and final entry in his lo-fi Zelda & Chill saga, with Zelda &…

It’s that time of year whether you’re a fan of it or not, it’s Christmas music season! I think everyone can agree that the song “The Twelve Days of Christmas” is likely one of the longest and most drawn out Christmas songs out there. In the spirit of the holiday I thought it would be fun to write up what “The Twelve Days of Christmas” would be if were based upon Zelda themes. Here we go! On the first day…