Zelda Dungeon Marathon 2019:

Tag: artstyle

Art styles are a pretty big deal among Zelda fans, but, while I have touched on the subject before in various articles and videos, I’ve never really dedicated an entire article to the topic. Until now that is. I’ve made no secret in the past of my general disappointment with Twilight Princess — I don’t hate the game by any means, but it did disappoint me when compared to most other Zelda games — and one of the biggest reasons…

I might be a little late to the party making this argument (although I’ve talked about it in the past), but I thought it was worth addressing because I still see this discussion sometimes. When Twilight Princess came out, some people — myself included — did not like its artstyle. A major criticism it receives is that it’s too realistic. I myself don’t agree with that… certainly the developers were trying for a realistic western fantasy artstyle, but I think…

I’m back guys! Sorry for the wait before getting a new video from me. There was all that E3 and Skyward Sword stuff, plus there was a lot of news on Zelda Dungeon about it all, so I had to hold off until now to made a video about it. This video is basically my impressions about the game and everything we know about it. I do a little bit of going over all the facts and details that have…

Alright, this is it! Tomorrow is E3! As far as Zelda Wii goes, we’ll finally get to find out if some of our theories are correct and if we’re getting what we want. So, while there’s no Curiosity Shop this week, I wanted to make this special video. I’ve made an assortment of 6 predictions about Zelda Wii. This is stuff I’m so certain of that I’d be willing to bet at least 4 of them will be true, if…

Hey there guys! Got a new discussion video for you! In order to keep something of a Zelda Wii theme this week, I’ve made a Zelda Wii video to go along with the Zelda Wii themed mailbag earlier this week. This video is a list of things I’d like to see in Zelda Wii, and in some cases I discuss the merits and the likelihood of seeing these come true. It’s quite packed, actually. Some of the subjects I cover…