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The guys over at Did You Know Gaming have covered many Zelda games, as well as other aspects of the franchise, over the years. In one of their more recent videos they look into The Wind Waker featuring the one and only PeanutButterGamer. See the video after the jump.  

Well, the time has come. As Zelda Month 2015 comes to an end, PBG bites the bullet and plays through Zelda’s Adventure on Phillips CD-i, finally finishing all three infamous Zelda titles on the horrid console. This game is extremely different from The Faces of Evil and Wand of Gamelon, but is that actually a good thing? Does the fact that it is a lot more similar to traditional Zelda games make it worth trying out? PBG is getting into…

Austin “PeanutButterGamer” Hargrave’s fifth annual Zelda Month continues with not only the first countdown of the lot, but also a deeper look at an infamous cult gem. The former, specifically, is a collaborative video in which he and Game Theory’s Matthew Patrick run down their least favorite pieces of equipment from throughout the series. From downright useless items such as the Deku Nuts to those with particularly frustrating properties — I’m looking at you, Giant’s Knife — it’s a solid…

Tri Force Heroes was released just in time for Zelda Month and PeanutButterGamer didn’t miss a beat with this timely and hilarious review of the title. PBG admits that he avoided watching commercials and reading news about Tri Force Heroes so that he could form an opinion on the game that was entirely his own, so he maintains a unique perspective on it; he shares his opinion of the game’s humour, single player vs. multiplayer experiences, and of course its…

I do hope everyone is having a very merry Zelda Month– if not, here’s something that just might cheer you up. PeanutButterGamer has revealed this year’s three new Zelda Month T-shirts, courtesy of The Yetee. Each shirt is $17.00 a piece and will only be available during the month of November. All three shirts can also be purchased for $45.00 in the “Tee-Force Heroes Bundle” that comes with an exclusive Zelda Month sticker; this offer ends on November 22nd. Watch…

It’s that time of year again! PBG once again pumps out loads of Zelda content for the month of November, and he’s starting it off with a video of him hacking Skyward Sword, a game that I think most are going to be perfectly fine seeing totally messed with. Trust us. Hilarity ensues. He has also started playing hacked Skyward Sword on his gaming channel, so make sure to check that out, too! Check out the videos after the jump!

PeanutButterGamer is a popular presence on YouTube. You might know him from his annual Zelda Month videos, where every November he does a string of videos on Zelda-related content (most recently he did a collaboration with YouTuber Yungtown called “Why We Love Skyward Sword“). PBG also has a gameplay channel where he does Let’s Plays, and lately he’s been playing through a hacked version of Mario 64

Few things are held as absolutes among the Zelda fanbase. Ask any number of fans which game in the series is their favorite and you get many different answers: Ocarina of Time, A Link to the Past, Wind Waker and the original all have their fans. But if you were to ask the fans’ opinion on Skyward Sword, they will explode. Some will say it is the worst thing in the series since the CD-i games, some will tell you…

To cap off this year’s Zelda Month, PeanutButterGamer has taken a very in-depth and serious analysis of the latest 3D Zelda game, Skyward Sword. With his friend YungTown, he looks at all the positive aspects in the story, gameplay, and visuals of the game, to try and combat the general negative reception that surrounds the title, and surprisingly enough, they actually raise some amazing points on every area.

One of the main points of the video is to…

Being nearly thirty years old, The Legend of Zelda has a massive amount of development time gone into its many games. While some of these ideas have been developed into core aspects of the series some are merely artefacts left in the code, animations that never got used or ideas that were used in the beta but were never used in the final product. Did You Know Gaming once again takes a look at the series and uncovers a fair…