Zelda Dungeon Marathon 2018:

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It’s that wonderful time of year again!  The Zelda Dungeon team has all gathered together to spend a whole week marathon-playing every Zelda game ever to raise money for Extra Life!  That’s right, our crew is hunkered down in one house, streaming 24/7, from July 14-20, to raise money for kids!  And this year, we have a special surprise for you…a live Champions’ Cast! Join Taylor and Andy as they talk on-the-spot about ZDMarathon 2018, their amusing attempts at playing Zelda really fast,…

The Legend of Zelda series is an expansive smorgasbord of different races, each with their own culture and traditions. There are the Gorons with their stone habitats and rock hard foods, the Rito have their energetic music and flying games, and the Gerudo have their own training facilities and strict rules, as well as many others. Now the question is not which race you could be a part of, but rather if you were dropped into Hyrule right now to live,…

The Legend of Zelda has gone through many different art styles in the past 30 years. From pixelated to state of the art HD cell shading, Link has pretty much been through it all. Now, some fans love the charming bright colours of The Wind Waker, others, the gritty landscape of Twilight Princess, and some prefer Skyward Sword, a combination of the two. Now the question for Nintendo is “Where do we go next?” I only recently found The Legend of Zelda manga, with the release of the…

Chapter Fourteen: Interlude Zelda gave a soft, “hmm…” to herself as she took a large bite of her breakfast and marked the map with a large X.  Too bad, too. She wanted so badly for this place to work for her new town. Akkala had always felt so majestic, ever since she first visited at the age of seven.  Trees the colors of a brilliant sunset, lush greens and perfectly moderate temperatures. And brilliant storms that could awe and inspire…

Hiya! We are back this week with more Artists of Legend! With more art to share and a new challenge to offer, we hope that you continue to enjoy this series! Have you followed EternaLegend on DeviantArt and Twitter yet? Even if her two pieces of artwork that will be specifically for this series aren’t finished yet, she still makes other great artwork that you can check out there! Now, with all of that said, let’s get right into everything! Submitted Artwork Last time, we…

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…

Welcome to a post-Summer Games Done Quick world. This week, I’ll be re-capping all seven Zelda runs featured at the event, as well as chatting to a Skyward Sword runner and bingo player. So sit back and relax after what was likely a very stressful week of watching a single Twitch stream non-stop (what do you mean ‘that was just me’?).   Now Playing This week saw possibly the biggest speedrunning event of the year: Summer Games Done Quick 2018, a…

The Legend of Zelda boasts some of the most iconic and infectious gaming tunes, from the melancholy of Lon Lon Ranch to the grandeur of Twilight Princess’ Hyrule Field theme. Since the inclusion of the My Music feature in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, the seminal fighting game series has tried to feature as many of these memorable melodies as possible. In some cases, the maestros at Nintendo have even put together new arrangements of familiar tracks. Smash. Brawl’s Ocarina of Time medley…

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…

Spirit Tracks is a fairly dividing game; it tends to be liked or hated, and for understandable reasons. To name just a few major examples, the controls were DS-strange, Hyrule was completely new, we saw fewer characters we were familiar with, and…well…Link drove a train. A train. The strangest aspect of them all. So, in the end, was Spirit Tracks a good addition to the Zelda universe? Oh, my. This debate can only end well. The thought spawned during a conversation between Zelda Dungeon staff…