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Players are able to tame a mount fairly early in Breath of the Wild. The game basically directs you to Dueling Peaks Stable where you are able to search the nearby field for a horse to call your own. Horses can come in a small variety of colors and patterns, and are the only tamable mounts in the game. I’m kind of hoping to be able to tame other kinds of mount in Breath of the Wild 2. Why would…

Back in January, Zelda Dungeon reported on Universal Studios expanding to include Super Nintendo World in 2023. This got me thinking about trips to theme parks and my favorite rides. You have old staples such as the Log Flume or Pirate Ship, and then stomach-wrenching roller coasters with sudden drops. For our Daily Debate today, I’d like you to consider: If you could design a Zelda themed ride, what would it be like? Minecarts seem to be a regular feature…

Get ready to celebrate Majora’s Mask and its 20th birthday for the next couple weeks here on the Champions’ Cast! In part one of a three part series, the gang reflect back on their first memories of Link’s sophomore N64 adventure, talk about the impact it’s had on the series, discuss the mechanics of the masks and the 3-day cycle, dive deep into what makes Clock Town and it’s residents so engaging, and debate what Majora’s Mask’s legacy is! Buckle…

There have been many complaints that the breakable weapons in Breath of the Wild were a bit uncool. I’ll admit, it did get annoying having my sword break in the middle of a boss fight, but it seemed like breakable weapons just fit with the game’s theme. Breakable weapons fit the whole “out in the wild” shtick that Breath of the Wild was going for. If breakable weapons were taken away from he sequel, I think that the “wild” aspect…

Hey there, Zelda fans! We’re back again with another exciting entry of our weekly Caption Contest! Last week, I borrowed an image shared by Zelda Dungeon’s stellar social media team, and, well, it worked so well that I decided to do the same thing this week. This silly image was shared across ZD’s social media channels last week, and now the viewers of the site have their chance to add some captions too! Last Week’s Contest: In a world where…

One of the most prominent moments in Zelda games is stepping out into the overworld for the first time. The tutorial is at its end and the player has been ushered into the great adventure that lies before them. And, ever since the beginning of the legend in 1986, the music of the Zelda series has been pivotal to that experience. Each overworld theme provides an immersive melody tailored to the tone and story of the game. The themes are…

Oracle of Ages and Oracles of Seasons were originally released on the Game Boy Color back in 2001. One of the interesting features of these games was their ability to interact with one another. If you completed Oracle of Seasons for example, you could gain access to passwords that would enable you to use items in Oracle of Ages and vice versa. There was also an extended ending which included a battle between Twinrova and Ganon. This is nothing compared to…

Despite how some of my Breath of the Wild-themed Daily Debates have been framed throughout the past few years, I adore that game. Like many of you, I believe it has ushered in a bold direction for the series — one that boasts seemingly limitless potential. That said, no video game is perfect. Heck, Twilight Princess — my all-time favorite game — has its fair share of flaws. With Breath of the Wild 2, the Zelda team has a golden…

The Legend of Zelda is one of the most popular and revered brands in video games. Zelda games are regularly included on many “Game of The Year” lists, and they sell extremely well. The games are revered for tight gameplay, universal stories, clever puzzles, and iconic music. But despite the massive success of the franchise, there have been very few attempts to bring the series to mediums like film and television. With Nintendo finally beginning to show interest in expanding…

My husband and I are currently expecting our first child and although we don’t plan to name our child after the legendary hero and princess, we do plan on introducing them to the Zelda series as they get older. I’ve been accumulating a small collection of children’s books, and I realized that there was not a children’s book for The Legend of Zelda. I think that should change. The Legend of Zelda has been around since before I was born,…