Author: Andy Spiteri

The future of the smaller, quainter 2D Zelda games seems to be in question now that there’s no dedicated handheld-only console, but never fear! We’re keeping the hope alive by detailing things we would want to see from a new top-down 2D adventure! Everything is on the table as we look at things that games like A Link Between Worlds, Tunic, and Blossom Tales did well to get an idea of what we want. A new art style? Must have!…

What’s up everybody? It seems that the announcement of the Switch 2 is imminent, so this week, the gang get together to talk about what we’d like to see from Nintendo’s next console! Things like an upgraded dock, “transformer” controllers, official battery packs, revamped eShop, and Discord support are all discussed, PLUS we predict some of the games we envision the Switch 2 having in it’s first year on the shelf (spoiler: unfortunately, neither of us are sure a new…

Welcome back to another months worth of listing, debating, and ranking! This month, Al is back on the show to talk all things LOOOOVEEE as we count down the top love interests that Link has had in the series (sorry guys, no Sidon, though we tried), from the fun and cute flings to the heartbreaking romances that destiny just wouldn’t allow. Plus, we’re counting down the best Zelda announcement trailers of all time (only rule is the trailer needed to…

While any news or announcements on the upcoming live-action Legend of Zelda movie may not be forthcoming for a while, that didn’t our Zelda Dungeon writing staff from putting together an amazing feature called Dreams for the Silver Screen: Our Zelda Movie Pitches where, as the title suggests, they laid out their best ideas and scenarios for the upcoming flick, so this week, we’re reacting and analyzing all the great thoughts found in the article! We debate things like how…

We’re back for another action packed episode as we take to answering some of our incredible Zelda Dungeon Writing Team’s Daily Debate questions! We’re talking a lot about Tears of the Kingdom specifically, giving our answers to questions like: would a new map have increased our enjoyment of the game? Could the Master Cycle Zero have worked in this version of Hyrule? Where would we have added an extra dungeon on the map? Is Tears the most replayable Zelda game…

Way back when, we pitched a (not to pat ourselves on the back, but a GREAT SOUNDING) cyberpunk Zelda game that would blend the traditions that we love in the series with some features and themes often associated in the cyberpunk genre. After three long year, we’re BACK to give our ideas to TWO MORE cyberpunk Zelda titles! We’re joined by Zelda Cast producer Adrielle Munger as she gives her vision for The Legend of Zelda: The Silent Sisters, a…

Welcome welcome to our THREE HUNDREDTH EPISODE CELEBRATION! This episode is a special one, as we’re celebrating six years of The Zelda Cast, five years of Virtual Theater, and four years of Omega Metroid by getting all of our amazing hosts (sans Gooey!) into one place to answer some Zelda, Metroid, and Virtual Theater trivia in the form of Jeopardy! This is an episode where, if you can, you should check out the video version to get the best experience…

We’re kicking off 2024 with a classic Virtual Theater joint, as Gooey Fame joins the show to talk Nintendo consoles! The guys are ranking each Nintendo console according to the quality of the Zelda games released for them! We have some special rules to account for ports, remakes, and virtual consoles, so come and follow along and make sure you let us know what your list looks like! We also dive into our top Gooey/Andy moments as the Zelda Dungeon…

Welcome to 2024! We’re getting the year started off on the right foot by doing what we do best: baselessly speculating! We look forward to the end of 2024 and talk about which, if any, Zelda games we could see released and what scenario’s would lead to that. Of course, the elephant in the room that will determine so much in 2024 is the Switch 2 and when it might be revealed and released, so we also spend some time…

The year that was 2023 has come to a close, so the gang decide to reflect back on the year that! After a pretty lacklustre 2022, Zelda returned to form in 2023, thanks in no small part to the release of Tears of the Kingdom (finally!). We review the lead up to the game coming out, the trailers, the no-DLC confirmation, all the other Zelda games that made their way to NSO, midnight release stories, the hilarious tweet announcing the…