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Ganon is one of the most iconic villains in video game history, but  the character has been quite a chameleon over the decades. Unlike fellow Nintendo antagonist Bowser, the Great King of Evil has taken vastly different forms throughout his glorious and destructive history. Ganon’s first appearance on NES was as a monstrous porcine beast, but the antagonist has morphed from bestial to humanoid depending on the game. While Ganon’s human form (often referred to as Ganondorf) has become very…

The crew at Zelda Dungeon are back at it again, this time with a tier list ranking of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. In this latest episode of Tier Force Heroes, Gooey Fame, Corey Richmond, and Skull Kid Nico rank and discuss all of the wearable masks in Majora’s Mask in recognition of “Spooky Season” and the upcoming celebration of Halloween. Majora’s Mask has been widely recognized as one of the darkest games in the Zelda franchise. Exploring themes of death,…

It’s one of the most iconic songs from the early years of The Legend of Zelda franchise. Players gather the three pendants, draw the Master Sword, and face down Agahnim only to find that the adventure is just getting started. Link finds himself atop the golden Pyramid of Power, and that’s when the player hears it–the iconic song “Dark World Theme”. The feeling of seeing the overworld transform is matched by the legendary theme music of the corrupted landscape; it’s a…

Nintendo Switch Online has always been a slightly different animal than the Playstation Network and XBox Live. It’s part game chat solution, part cloud service, but mostly it’s a way to access Nintendo’s classic library. NSO has also been the most recent example of Nintendo stubbornly carving its identity out from the public’s expectations. Put simply, Nintendo zigs when they are expected to zag. And until now it was easy to argue as a pretty sweet deal. So maybe it’s…

Warning: This video contains spoilers for Skyward Sword HD. In August, we covered the start of a video analysis series on Skyward Sword HD’s dungeons. The creator of those episodes, CaptBurgerson, has returned with a new series called Zelda Character Study, and his debut episode features an analysis video that studies the character of Ghirahim, the game’s primary antagonist. Ghirahim has proven to be a popular character in the Zelda fanbase. The sly and posturing demon even managed to take…

Welcome to another installment of Inspired By Zelda, the series of articles looking at games new and old that take inspiration and create a foundation based on some of the classic Zelda titles we know and love. Our aim is to spotlight the games that Zelda fans might enjoy adding to their catalog. Up today is Arietta of Spirits by developers Third Spirit Games, available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam.   While playing Arietta of Spirits,…

Last December, we put out a post encouraging our readers to vote on a meticulously detailed Hyrule Castle LEGO set that had been submitted to the LEGO Ideas program. Taking its inspiration from Ocarina of Time, the design was beautifully done and was ultimately able to accrue enough votes to be considered in this year’s official review. However, after many months, LEGO has officially rejected the Legend of Zelda design among various other submissions. Out of 57 finalists, eight fan…

In honor of the BlackMilk x The Legend of Zelda collection being released this past week, Nintendo Minute hosts Kit and Krysta return to Breath of the Wild in the spirit of fashion. Competing in a friendly “fashion challenge” in the most recent episode, they take turns creating different combinations of the many clothes in Link’s inventory. Some of the themes that they challenged each other with were what Link would wear to a party and what Link would wear to…

With the recent release of Mario Golf Super Rush, I got to thinking. If Breath of the Wild had contained a golf-themed mini game, where in Hyrule would you put the course? With the kingdom’s massive topography, that there are hundreds of spots to set up a series of holes. The rolling plains of Central Hyrule certainly look the part. The land is picturesque and green, though the Guardians could make “playing the ball where it lies” a little difficult….

|| Previous Chapter || Next Chapter || Chapter Twenty The three rode forward, spurring their horses on feverishly, the ground shaking beneath them as the dragon drew closer. Several additional Zora emerged from the waterfall equipped with elaborate, crystalline bows. They took aim and fired upward, their comrades screaming at Link and his company to hurry behind them. Link turned to Jenoa who was quickly falling further into the thralls of the extreme cold. Her body began to convulse more and more…