Tag: The Legend of Zelda

A recent Breath of The Wild trailer analysis by YouTuber Gagz Gaming reveals a potential connection between several characters shown in the most recent trailer and the Hylian Royal Family. The analysis points out that in the trailer a blue scarf can be seen on the Goron character, the female Zora, and the bow-armed Bird Person. These scarfs are the same hue as the¬†blue Champions Tunic that Link is shown wearing in most promotional material for Breath of Wild. The…

The Legend of Zelda series has recently expanded into other genres and Nintendo has been more open with their prized intellectual property in terms of who can work on their storied franchise. Hyrule Warriors takes The Legend of Zelda into the gametype of Dynasty Warriors. While not a true ‘Legend of Zelda’ title, it features a huge cast of characters from The Legend of Zelda series and could be the stepping stone for Nintendo to create a new game in…

What is the Legend of Zelda to you? Is it simply a game that you enjoy to pass the time with, or is it something more meaningful? Have you been enjoying journeys through Hyrule for most of your life, or have you only recently tried your hand at your first adventure as Link, the hero in green? We all have our stories, playing these games, finding inspiration from them and always wishing for more adventures to enjoy on the latest…

Having Zelda, or any female character for that matter, playable in a mainstream Zelda game is a wish that a notable number of Zelda fans have held for quite a while. Opponents to this have a number of arguments: that Link is the main character, that he has been defined as male throughout his various incarnations, that making him female would come at the cost of Zelda as a character, that Zelda was already playable in Spirit Tracks, that the…

Every Zelda game has its own interesting way of progressing through the journey- be it obtaining Spiritual Stones, obtaining instruments, and so forth. For Skyward Sword, it became an extremely nerve-wracking experience due to the trials known as the Silent Realm. There were a few in there, but even though it may only be a few, that doesn’t make them any less terrifying (if you don’t know what you’re doing from the get-go). It makes me wonder; would Nintendo ever…

Music covers in the Zelda fandom are not hard to come by, but I love finding something where someone has put their own creative twist to it. Especially with a tune as awesome as the Dark World theme from A Link to the Past. YouTube user RichaabEB has done just that, giving the theme a rock edge that makes it sound like an action packed montage or an epic fight is taking place. Make the jump to check it out!

It’s common knowledge at this point that the ‘first’ Ganon(dorf) was the Demon King Demise, and that the ‘first’ Zelda was the mortal being the Goddess Hylia took after she sent the human race skyward and away from the war on the surface. This took place in Skyward Sword. The console game released in 2011 did explain the beginning of several key elements we see in each game. For an example other than the main characters, there’s the making of…

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Join us this week as we celebrate the holidays with (almost) all of our friends! A bunch of us got together and created this fun little series of christmas sketches, all revolving around a holiday party Adam threw for the podcast. What weird shenanigans will guests and members of old get into this year, in our first annual christmas special? Grab a cup of hot cocoa, a warm blanket, and sit by the fireplace, as Adam and the gang take you on a fun filled fest of tom foolery…

ReDeads are a Zelda fan’s childhood nightmare. Most times, when we’re forced to face these terrifying zombie-like creatures, it’s hack and slash and then get the hell out of there. But haven’t you ever wondered what exactly a ReDead is? Are they the corpses of unfortunate Hylians, or are they something more sinister, born of dark magic? YouTube user and Zelda theorist ZeldaConqueror is certain that he has the answer. Make the jump to check out his video and see…

Just the other day we shared with you that you could pick yourself up a Ganondorf amiibo for only $9.99, now you can also get Zelda for the same great deal! Currently the Zelda amiibo is available to purchase for $9.99 on Amazon, and if you missed our post the other day about Ganondorf, he is still available for the same price as well. For those of you that might need either of these amiibo to arrive before the holiday…