Category: Phantom Hourglass

For all intents, the fairies are considered a race within the Zelda universe, but they aren’t portrayed as having any distinctive culture or civilization. Typically residing near springs or in fountains, the fairies exist for the sole purpose of reviving Link or assisting him. In some games, like Ocarina of Time, the Great Deku Tree assigns all of the Kokiri children a fairy to guide and protect them, including Link in the game’s opening. Perhaps the most extensive role the…

Gossip Stones have appeared in The Legend of Zelda series since the release of Ocarina of Time and have subsequently appeared in Majora’s Mask, Phantom Hourglass, Spirit Tracks and Skyward Sword since then. The Gossip Stone is a mysterious stone which is usually associated with the Sheikah tribe due to the emblem which is engraved into it.  Link can take advantage of the information, secrets and gossip that the Stone will relay to him, which can ultimately help him throughout his adventures. One game, however, does not…

Since the release of the first title in The Legend of Zelda franchise, Nintendo has worked hard to create an immersive experience for fans of the series. As each sequel or prequel (as the timeline dictates) is designed, players have had the opportunity to explore not only better graphics but different methods of actual gameplay throughout the series. When the Nintendo 64 hit the shelves, gamers had the opportunity to use the analog stick to direct Link on his adventures throughout Hyrule…

Over the course of this four part series, Mases and Gooey will discuss and rank all of the single player games in the main Legend of Zelda series. Each episode we will pick four games at random and we must come to an agreement on where it will be placed on our list! In this episode we discuss Twilight Princess, Phantom Hourglass, Link’s Awakening, and The Wind Waker. What do you think of our list? How would you have ranked these games? Stay tuned because over…

It was in Breath of the Wild that we were first introduced to the race of Leviathans, a species of giant whale-like creatures. Breath of the Wild features three Leviathans, each speculated to have been killed by a different cataclysmic event, a skeleton in the Gerudo Desert killed by prolonged drought, one in the Hebra Mountains killed by a severe ice age, and the third in the Eldin Mountains killed by a volcanic eruption. This, however, is not the first appearance of these…

Zelda Dungeon had a great marathon in 2017, and 2018 is shaping up to be an even bigger event! We have a big roster of Zelda Dungeon staff members from previous marathons as well as an injection of new talent this year. If you have a favorite ZD team member you’d like to follow along during the marathon, check out what games they will be playing at the marathon this year! Be sure to check us out on our Twitch…

There are only a few direct sequels in the Zelda series. Immediately coming to mind would be Majora’s Mask and Phantom Hourglass. These two games were excellent followups to their predecessors, though one was obviously more widely appreciated than the other. The point, though, is that we haven’t received too many sequels throughout this franchise, and I still haven’t quite decided whether that is a good or bad thing. If I were to choose a game that I’d like to…

Come join us for a live stream of Phantom Hourglass, taking place tomorrow, Friday March 23rd, at 12pm Central Time. We will be streaming live on our Twitch Channel and should be streaming for the bulk of the day. The goal is to attempt to do a 100% completion of Phantom Hourglass in a single sitting. For those that have done this on your own before, you will know that a bulk of this comes down to the randomness factors…

Welcome Zelda Dungeon faithful to the Best Zelda Music Ever List! You might recall a few months ago, we gathered the writing staff here at Zelda Dungeon and tasked them with ranking the Zelda games, in order of their favorite to least favorite. Well, to give Music Week the grand send off that it deserves, we’ve taken that idea and pushed it to the next level. This time, not only the writing staff, but every member of the Zelda Dungeon team,…

Hey there, Zelda fans! With Music Week reaching its conclusion, so too does the first round of our best soundtrack tournament. We’ve had some landslides and we’ve had some competitive polls as well, so let’s break down the tournament so far and get us ready for the next round. The tournament kicked off with the obligatory Zelda side game poll. As I said in that post, the bracket necessitated 20 participants, and I figured that this necessity provided a golden…