Tag: Zelda Month

In honor of Zelda Month we have a pretty spectacular cover of Molgera’s Battle theme on Ocarina to share with you. David Eric Ramos was introduced to the Ocarina in the same way that many of us Zelda fans were, with Ocarina of Time. Ever since he has been hooked, and since 2000 after receiving his first Ocarina he has been traveling the world ,sharing his love for music and this very unique instrument with fans. This particular cover has been…

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!

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…

PeanutButterGamer continues Zelda Month with the second part of his video on The Wand of Gamelon! Having bitten off more than he could chew, he had to split up the video to be able to release the first part in time. We previous reported on part one, and now you can watch the second part right after the jump.

Zelda Month continues with PeanutButterGamer tackling the infamous second part of the Unholy Triforce: The Wand of Gamelon! After beating The Faces of Evil in last year’s Zelda Month the brave but foolish PuhBuhGuh travels to the cursed island of Gamelon to do battle with Ganon and his minions and save Link and King Harkinian. This game marks the first in two occations where Zelda is the main playable character with the other being in Zelda’s Adventure, the third part…

PeanutButterGamer is back with a third video in his annual Zelda month, this time dedicating an entire video to Hyrule Warriors. Three years ago, PBG uploaded a series of videos to celebrate the release of Skyward Sword; fans loved it so much that it became an annual event. This video is nothing short of excellent, so hit the jump to take a look!

Between the time when turtles first kidnapped princesses and the rise of the blue hedgehog, there was an aged undreamed of. And onto this, Link, destined to wear the Triforce of Courage upon his sword-wielding hand. It was them, BIC Entertainment, who alone can tell thee of his saga. Let them make them a cartoon showing the days of the adventures of Link! In the dark years of the late 80’s and early 90’s it was very common to make…