Author: Sean Gadus

The new trailer for Tears of the Kingdom has been a huge hit! Content creators across the world have been making articles and videos speculating about the potential lore implications of the trailer and broadcasting their reactions to the video. One of the things I am most excited about for the upcoming Tears of the Kingdom is the game potentially having a more diverse roster of enemies than its predecessor. One of my criticisms of Breath of the Wild is…

Warning: Spoilers for The Dragon Prince Seasons 1 through 3 One of my favorite things about streaming services like Netflix that these services give me the opportunity to explore content that I otherwise might not watch. As a child, I grew up with a limited amount of television channels, and I missed a lot of great animated shows because of it. Netflix was the service where I was first introduced to some of my favorite animated series like Avatar: The…

The Tier Force Heroes are back with more fun Zelda content for viewers to enjoy! In this Breath of the Wild-themed episode, Gooey Fame, Corey Richmond, and Skull Kid Nico discuss and rank the Champions and their descendants. The crew includes Link and Zelda in their discussion, giving Tier Force Heroes ten characters to analyze. The goal of the video is to discuss each character’s role as a “Champions of Hyrule,” along with their abilities and personality. This was done…

Despite some of its pacing and gameplay flaws, The Wind Waker has always embodied the spirit of adventure in a special way. The ocean setting, sailing mechanics, and beautiful art style all work together to create an incredible backdrop for Link’s spectacular journey. The game’s incredible setting is augmented with some of the best music in the series. Whether it is the joyful main theme or the soothing theme for Link’s grandmother, The Wind Waker‘s soundtrack is one of the…

Chess is one of the most iconic and popular strategy games in the world. The revered game has a massive following, and the flexible gameplay means that the game can be played by young and old players alike.  The origins of the game can be traced back more than one thousand years to areas like Persia and India. Chess sets themselves have become something of an art form, with various creators and companies producing an astonishing range of beautiful boards…

Released in 2012 after nearly five years of effort, Zelda Reorchestrated’s Twilight Symphony is arguably the greatest Zelda music project ever created. The three-disc, fifty-one-track album captures the joy, beauty, and heartbreak of Twilight Princess with amazing arrangements and ambitious orchestration. The album was a testament to the incredible hard work of countless musicians and a loving fan community. On a personal note, my copy of Twilight Symphony is one of my most treasured Zelda possessions, and it has brought…

Zelda Dungeon is back with a new entry in the “Definitive Ranking” series! Hosts Mases and Gooey take a deep dive into one of the most divisive games in the Zelda series: Tri Force Heroes! The 2015 multiplayer spinoff, developed by Nintendo and Grezzo, uses the same engine and art style as A Link Between Worlds. Tri Force Heroes also uses the same Energy Gauge that the 2013 game used. The spinoff is set in the Kingdom of Hytopia, which…

I love well executed video game cutscenes. While I understand that the core Zelda experience has to be built on solid gameplay and well-developed mechanics, cutscenes are extra flourishes that help develop a game’s story and give the player thrilling dramatic moments to enjoy. I started playing video games with Ocarina of Time, and my jaw dropped when I saw the epic cutscene where Link deals the final blow to Ganon; that moment completely blew my mind as a child…

The crew at Zelda Dungeon is back with more fun content for fans to sink their teeth into. In this supersized, one year anniversary episode of Tier Force Heroes, Gooey Fame, Corey Richmond, and Skull Kid Nico dive into the Zelda‘s series’ long history and create a comprehensive tier list of all of the Zelda games. In addition to the mainline Zelda games, the crew also discusses the CD-i Zelda games, as well as spin-offs like Link’s Crossbow Training, Hyrule Warriors…

Clock Town is one of the most well-developed locations in the Zelda series; a place that few fans will ever forget once they have played Majora’s Mask. Despite being relatively small in size, the city is one of the most finely crafted locations in the series, and it contains a host of distinct NPCs for Link to interact with. The three day cycle in Majora’s Mask, complete with its own weather patterns and NPC movements, gives the player the feeling…