Zelda Dungeon Marathon 2018:

Category: Tri Force Heroes

Throughout the Zelda games, Link has had the opportunity to don outfits of different colors and and styles, allowing the player to enjoy the various benefits and in some instances, negative effects that can influence the hero’s adventures in Hyrule. There are armor sets, like the Magic Armor from Twilight Princess, which makes the wearer invulnerable while draining rupees from their wallet, and tunics from Ocarina of Time that provide heat resistance and the ability to breathe under water. There is mail from A…

As some of you might have heard, today marks the beginning of what can only be described as the biggest Zelda event of the year – the Zelda Dungeon Marathon 2018. Packed to the brim with exciting content, nail biting races, and comically failed glitches and exploits, you do not want to miss it. While the team involved with the event might brush it off as a bit of fun (and an excellent way to raise money for charity), an underlying tension…

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…

I’m going to be honest – I loved Tri Force Heroes. What it lacked in story and character development, it made up for by being a fun co-op experience that was fun to play and challenging. The puzzles were inventive, the level designs were unique, and the music ball was the thing that my roommates and I spent shameless amount of times smashing to death in order to hear charming remixes of some of our favorite tunes from the Zelda…

What’s up friends? I hope that your Monday finds you and yours well. If it doesn’t, come listen to Andy and Taylor complain about Nintendo’s new Nintendo Switch Paid Online Service (whew…) and hopefully that will cheer you up! We break down what we do like, what we don’t like, the value of the free games versus service price, that darn voice chat, and most interestingly of all, ask the question: with Nintendo cranking out Zelda ports as fast as…

The puzzles in the Zelda series are ingeniously designed and crafted, forcing the players to think of creative solutions while using their powers and abilities available to solve the puzzles. Maybe it’s because of how spoiled I’ve been when solving these puzzles that when I come across “puzzles” in other series like in the Tales games, I roll my eyes and really struggle to get through it. What is it about other series, like Zelda, that elevates the puzzles to…

The music in The Legend of Zelda series has always been a large part of the appeal of the franchise. From the very beginning, Koji Kondo’s masterpiece of a main theme has made an appearance in every major title in some form or another. With seventeen games now under Nintendo’s belt, you can bet there are countless other themes that we love to hear that have come back in newer Zelda titles. For me, one of the best things about playing the newest Zelda game is…

Our best soundtrack tournament continues with two new titles. As The Minish Cap and Oracle of Seasons duke it out in yesterday’s poll, Tri Force Heroes and Breath of the Wild step into the fray. Tri Force Heroes Vs. Breath of the Wild The best part of Tri Force Heroes might just be its music. We can lob criticism at the game’s goofy story and cooperative nature all day long, but its soundtrack undeniably retains the Legend of Zelda level…

With Music Week coming up pretty soon, there will be a lot of debate as to what is considered the best of the best when it comes to music from the Zelda series. Lists will be made, the comments section will implode, but only a select handful of songs will be considered amazing by our readers. The ten songs we are looking at today are not that kind though, as SuperMCGamer puts in his two cents as to what is…

Phantom Hourglass and Spirit Tracks are two games in the series that can sometimes be pretty divisive among fans. Some adamantly love the games and their unique style, while others are frustrated by the reliance on the stylus controls. I really struggled with Phantom Hourglass and made very little progress as a result of my old DS Lite’s screen being scratched up so badly that playing it was near impossible. Spirit Tracks fared better since I had a new and…