Minish Cap Through the Lens of Truth

January 19, 2018
By Sean Michael-Patrick Thompson
Welcome back to the Lens of Truth, my favorite objective-ish review series on the site! I set out on the journey to review every Zelda game in order of their release way back in April last year, but apparently I slipped up last month when I skipped a game. Today we will go back and check out the last game to release before...
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Willtendo Rants: Ghirahim Is the Best Zelda Villain

January 10, 2018
By Willtendo
The Legend of Zelda is a franchise that has seen the birth of some of gaming’s most iconic villains. Ganondorf himself is arguably the video game villain, sans Bowser, but the likes of Majora’s Mask and even Zant stick out as faces gamers the world over would recognize. Ghirahim, however...
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Breath of the Wild Timeline Speculation

December 31, 2017
By Lyle Izzillo
Age old question we’ve all been asking since March 3rd of 2017 (in actuality since the cryptic Zelda trailer was first shown off a while ago); where exactly does Breath of the Wild fit into the official Legend of Zelda timeline? Theories exist all around the web about where it’s proper placement is and...
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Physical Media: Soon to Be a Thing of the Past?

December 29, 2017
By Sean Michael-Patrick Thompson
Today’s topic is one that reaches far beyond the Zelda series and grasps all of gaming. This debate has been waged time and time again since games began digital distribution, and here we are to wage it once more. Well okay, I'm not actually going to pick a side, I think both options are...
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Breath of the Wild Expansion Pass Review

December 23, 2017
By Sean Michael-Patrick Thompson
Finally it’s here! Since the announcement early this summer that Breath of the Wild would be getting DLC, it has caught the attention of many gamers, positive or otherwise. Now that we have seen the last expansion included in the season pass, I feel like it begs a question; is it...
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Why Have I Become Obsessed with Breath of the Wild?

December 18, 2017
By Lizzie Fourman
One of the first two games I got on the Nintendo Switch was Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. I was expecting the game to be time-consuming, to say the least. That's the reputation the other installments of this series have received after playing them for years. I was happy to get a game that I could spend...
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Why Handheld Zelda Beats Console Zelda

December 15, 2017
By Matt Abbott
Handheld Zelda games are better than console Zelda games. It's just true. The immense scale of a grand and epic adventure typical of a Zelda game, squashed down into just as an exciting jaunt that fits in your pocket (almost, looking at you DMG-01) for you to play whenever you...
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It’s Super to Be Mario…It’s Legendary to Play Zelda

December 11, 2017
By aJNation71
2017 has been one of the best years on record for the video game industry. Much loved, established franchises made a triumphant return from the likes of Capcom's survival horror series, Resident Evil, to Ubisoft's long established Assassin's Creed series. This year also saw the release of...
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The 1st Annual TGPZ Awards

December 9, 2017
By Sean Michael-Patrick Thompson
Hello, hello, and welcome to the 1st annual TGPZ Awards! My name is Sean Michael-Patrick Thompson, and I will serve as your host... or author or however you want to think about it. With the year wrapping up and various other (less awesome) publications sending out...
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Four Swords Adventures Through the Lens of Truth

December 2, 2017
By Sean Michael-Patrick Thompson
Welcome back to the Lens of Truth, the number one article series that critically analyzes the series on this website, if I do say so myself. This week we have come to the only home-console multiplayer Zelda title, Four Swords Adventures. Following up the style of the...
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Where to Next? Part 3: A New Title for Nintendo Switch

November 19, 2017
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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Why I Hate Super Mario 64

November 16, 2017
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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Why Your Zelda Collection Is Important!

November 14, 2017
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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Why You Should Care About the NES and SNES Classic Editions

November 10, 2017
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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Fire Emblem Warriors Was a Better Idea Than a Hyrule Warriors Sequel

November 3, 2017
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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