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Nov 17

Where to Next? Part 3: A New Title for Nintendo Switch

By Sean Michael-Patrick Thompson
Concluding my thoughts on the possibilities for Zelda’s immediate future, today I would like to have a chat about a new original title for Nintendo Switch. There is a lot of mystery behind this topic, since we have no specific information set in stone. Breath of the Wild shook up the series so much that...
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Nov 17

Why I Hate Super Mario 64

By Hick
Sometimes a game comes along that the majority thinks is great. It gets high review scores and some refer to it as a game changer. A game that will change the future of the industry forever, but it seems there is always room for hate. In regards to Super Mario 64, I'm that person, because I hate Super Mario 64!...
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Nov 17

Why Your Zelda Collection Is Important!

By Lyle Izzillo
One of the very first things I do whenever I get home from work is to take a step into my game room and gaze upon my many Legend of Zelda collectibles and memorabilia. Now, I know that sounds very superficial but I can’t help but feel a tiny bit of the same magical sensation of...
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Nov 17

Why You Should Care About the NES and SNES Classic Editions

By Sean Michael-Patrick Thompson
A little over a month ago, we saw the release of the SNES Classic Edition, a new plug-and-play console featuring pretty much the best twenty games of the early nineties, and a never before released game, Star Fox 2. I'm sure most readers on this site would be thrilled...
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Nov 17

Fire Emblem Warriors Was a Better Idea Than a Hyrule Warriors Sequel

By Sean Michael-Patrick Thompson
It isn’t every day that one gets to talk about Fire Emblem on a Zelda website, but I think the release of Fire Emblem Warriors brings up a relevant discussion. If the developers at Koei Tecmo had wanted to, there was certainly a possibility of seeing a sequel to Hyrule Warriors instead. At the end...
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Oct 17

Wind Waker Through the Lens of Truth

By Sean Michael-Patrick Thompson
From the moment I saw the first trailer for Wind Waker to its glorious HD remaster for Wii U, it has been a wild ride with this instant classic. I have seldom had so many unique experiences with a game on multiple play throughs, but with so many open-world elements, I can’t help but find...
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Oct 17

Flip Side: Why Breath of the Wild Is a True Zelda Game

By Sean Michael-Patrick Thompson
A few weeks ago one of our writers, Nate Merritt, made a compelling case for why the latest title, Breath of the Wild, does not feel like a “real” Zelda game. You can read his article here. His points were well thought out, and his argument was overall very sound, but...
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Oct 17

Red’s Ramblings – The Zelda Games Are Just Retellings of the Same Legend

By Red
For as long as there have been Legend of Zelda games, there has been an intense debate about each game’s placement in the Zelda timeline. The release of the official Zelda timeline in Hyrule Historia quieted the debate somewhat, but didn’t silence it entirely. Today, however, I want to take a look at a different...
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Oct 17

Missed Potential for a Princess Zelda Spinoff Game?

By Lyle Izzillo
We’ve all played Ocarina of Time. We’ve all had the chance to play it multiple times over both as an imaginative child and now as an analytical adult (well, most of us). Easily one of the most popular and loved in the series. But there’s one part of the game that...
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Oct 17

The Interesting Case of Skyward Sword

By Athena Veta
The year is 2011. Zelda fans around the globe are all scratching their heads, flipping through calendars, and wondering how the heck 25 years have gone by since The Legend of Zelda graced our Nintendo Entertainment Systems. But they have. And Nintendo celebrated the anniversary with...
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