Zelda Dungeon Marathon 2018:

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One of the favored parts of Breath of the Wild, even to this day, has to be the ability to put Link in the widest variety of outfits the Zelda universe has seen. Several even enhance certain abilities, aiding our hero in his quest, like attack strength, temperature resistance, speed, and climbing abilities. This is the most customization we have seen to date in the series, and a topic periodically discussed within the fandom – typically, with positive feelings. So let’s talk about…

Chapter 15: Reflection Deya stretched, popping several places in his back with a groan.  Something about the beds in every stable he had ever spent the night in made his body feel decades beyond its age.  Not exactly ideal for travel, and not even he could get completely used to it. Not to mention, the sounds of the horses and goats in their pens, and one random dog that jumped on his bed in the middle of the night and…

Now, it’s not clear for every Zelda game how old Link is, but he tends to be portrayed either very young or in his teens. I could see for some games even arguing he’s in his early twenties.  Regardless, no matter what, he’s usually rather young, and already quite the fighter. But who’s to say he always needs to be shown that way? What if Link was middle aged, and quite the experienced knight? A General, perhaps, or a family man…

Ganondorf. You know him. You’ve fought him. Constantly portrayed as the King of Thieves, the Dark Lord, so many monikers instilling fear, and you may have even come to love him as such. Trademarked by the Triforce of Power and that deep rumbling laugh that lets Link know he’s in for a fight of the ages, Ganondorf is one of the most iconic characters of the Zelda series. Yet he’s always been the enemy, and the one we know, in the end,…

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 Ocarina of Time, The Minish Cap, Breath of the Wild, and Skyward Sword. What do you think of our list? How would you have ranked these games?…

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…

Super Smash Bros. Melee has a special place in my heart as the first video game I ever played with my brother. With Zelda and Sheik as my main fighters, I remember spending countless hours fighting my way through Adventure Mode, challenging my brother and friends to Tournament matches, and most importantly, collecting trophies. By the time I got around to really playing the game, my brother had already collected nearly all of the trophies, making my attempts to collect…

It’s Monday once again, which means the Zelda Dungeon Caption Contest is ready for another round. Since E3, we’ve been running through screenshots from the upcoming Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. This new fighting game could very well be the biggest Nintendo crossover of all time, bringing together characters from the company’s marquee franchises. It’s only because of Super Smash Bros. that we get to see scenes like today’s contest image, in which the cunning Sheikah warrior Sheik encounters the fish…

There is not a doubt in anyone’s mind that Breath of the Wild is an extremely expansive game, with the freedom to basically do what you choose. Some have only played through the story, some have sunk hundreds of hours into going full-explorer mode, and many have played it multiple times, normal and Master modes alike. And a few have taken on the daunting task of attempting to achieve that beautiful figure, “100%.” I have recently become one of the latter….

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…