First things first: much love to Nate for holding down the main site with constant news posts while I was wandering around Michigan without any connection of the Internet. Props to Casey “Caseman” Hodges for chiming in with a few posts of his own as well. With no foreseeable hitches between me and my Internet in the foreseeable future, we can get back to business. Today, we’ve got a an article from Destructoid covering the always controversial subject of silent heroes in the video game universe. Naturally, the Legend of Zelda was touched upon, with the writer citing the Zelda cartoon cliche as the biggest reason against giving a main character a functioning voice box. His ultimate thesis: silent protagonists are the past, present, and future of video games—they’re not going anywhere anytime soon. Full words here.