Location: Amelia, Ohio
Favorite Zelda: A Link to the Past
Date Joined: October 2019
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Greetings all! Bryan King here and as of October 2019, I’ve been a proud member of the Zelda Dungeon staff.
I was fortunate to be a child during the heyday of the NES, and was able to “get in on the ground floor” so to speak with a lot of long-running franchises that we still enjoy today. Notably however, is the fact that the very first video game that I was able to get my hands on, was The Legend of Zelda. From that point onward, I’ve considered it my favorite franchise and view it as one of the cornerstones that define my personality and who I am. I’m constantly appreciative of Zelda’s ability to re-invent itself with each entry while also retaining the soul of what made it a genre-defining franchise to begin with.
I have a lot of sentimental attachment to each entry, but A Link to the Past is the one that is closest to what I consider to be the penultimate Zelda experience. From its heavier focus on storytelling without being overbearing, to its incredibly designed set pieces (looking at you great pyramid), it’s the installment that I always recommend for newcomers.
When I’m not playing/writing about Zelda, you can usually find me hanging out with my family, at one of my weekly Dungeons & Dragons campaigns, contemplating another marathon of Twin Peaks or glued to my Switch.
- Zelda Gets Chill with this Lo-Fi Remix of “Great Fairy’s Fountain”
- Check Out this Anime-Style Retelling of Breath of the Wild
- Sing Along to this Barbershop Quartet Medley from The Legend of Zelda
- Check Out This Metal Sitar Cover of Ocarina of Time’s Potion Shop Theme
- Fan Fiction Friday: The Silence Within the Stone – Chapter 14
- Fan Fiction Friday: The Silence Within the Stone – Chapter 13
- Fan Fiction Friday: The Silence Within the Stone – Chapter 12
- Fan Fiction Friday: The Silence Within the Stone – Chapter 11
- Fan Fiction Friday: The Silence Within the Stone – Chapter 10
- Dance Along To This Wonderful “Gerudo Valley” Violin Cover