Five Tools from the Zelda Franchise That I Would Use in Real Life

February 8, 2018
By Nate Merritt
Link uses an array of tools and equipment across many different games, dating from the late 80’s to present day. Every last tool or piece of equipment he obtains is absolutely necessary to him and his quest for peace in Hyrule. Not only are certain pieces required, but they also make...
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Ritos vs Zoras: Who Would Win the War?

February 8, 2018
By Hick
The Rito and Zora have been great companions to Link in many Zelda adventures. They have helped us in many different ways on our journey to save Princess Zelda. There was a large focus on both races in Breath of the Wild, with each having a Champion and Divine Beast. I still can't decide which race I like better as both offered...
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Fierce Deity Link vs Darknut – Unreal Engine 4 Edition

February 8, 2018
By Lizzie Fourman
YouTuber Aklar_45 recently uploaded a video where he fights a Darknut as Fierce Deity Link. The video was created using Unreal Engine 4. The graphics are fantastic and the video seems to take place during the Ocarina of Time era since Navi is giving Link warnings. You can...
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Breath of the Wild’s Lackluster Sidequest Selection Is Baffling

February 7, 2018
By Willtendo
Don’t let the negative title fool you: I enjoyed Breath of the Wild immensely. It’s a fantastic game and is currently tied with Skyward Sword and Majora’s Mask as my favorite Zelda title. But it has its fair share of flaws. Some, like the barebones plot, are understandable given...
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From Orchestral to Chiptune: An 8-Bit Remix of Faron Woods

February 6, 2018
By Willtendo
Zelda is a franchise that thrives largely on the various iconic and memorable tunes that have spawned from it. Despite that, however, I’ve always felt that Skyward Sword’s soundtrack doesn’t get nearly enough credit, and I’m always down to see its music get...
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Breath of the Wild is Now the Second Best Selling Zelda Game Ever!

February 6, 2018
By Red
Breath of the Wild has been a massive critical and commercial success for Nintendo. Along with countless Game of the Year awards, the game has also sold amazingly well. In Nintendo’s earnings report for the six-month period ended September 2017, the company announced that...
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Hero’s Path Turned into Wall Art by Zelda Player

February 6, 2018
By Hick
With the introduction of The Master Trials DLC pack for Breath of the Wild came a great new feature called "Hero's Path Mode". This feature allowed players to track every step Link has taken in the previous 200 hours. The path appears as a green line on the map. It's a...
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Unwind and Relax with This Zelda Piano Mix

February 4, 2018
By Hick
There are all kinds of Zelda songs to satisfy different moods. If I want to hear something upbeat, I'll listen to the Clock Town theme. If I want to hear something mysterious, I'll check out the Stone Tower Temple theme. And if I want to hear something relaxing, there are...
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Nintendo Finally Announces Release Date of its Online Service

February 3, 2018
By Red
Nintendo Switch owners have been anxiously awaiting more details about the upcoming Nintendo Online Service. Well, Nintendo of America finally announced via its Twitter account that the service, seemingly titled Nintendo Switch Online, will arrive in...
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Breath of the Wild Makes You Feel like a Child by Treating You like an Adult

February 2, 2018
By Sean Michael-Patrick Thompson
Nearly a year ago, the latest Zelda game released and has since been met with high universal acclaim. Since that time I have read many reviews, and while each author cites their favorite of its many strengths, there is one thing that almost everybody comes back to; the feeling of...
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