Our new ranking is here! The BOTW Divine Beast Ranking.

June 29, 2017
By Hick
Breath of the Wild was different from past Zelda games in many ways. One of those ways was the replacement of dungeons with Divine Beasts. Although I am a bigger fan of your themed dungeons (forest, fire, water, etc.), I did enjoy the Divine Beasts and the puzzles that came along with them. I loved how...
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Youtuber investigates if the Mario and Zelda worlds are connected.

June 27, 2017
By Red
Mario and Zelda are two of the most prominent franchises in video game history. Each series seemingly takes place in its own world, with its own heroes, villains, locations, and history. But what if these two worlds were somehow connected? Youtuber Dr.Wily explores this possibility in a video on his YouTube page. He bases his argument primarily on...
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Impa’s House: Lego-fied

June 27, 2017
By Michelle Martinez
Most of us have now finished Breath of the Wild, and by what I’ve read the majority absolutely loved it. Now the big question is, now what? We’ve explored the vast world of what made up Breath of the Wild, captured horses, made that lady mad any time you stepped on her flowers. Well...
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Youtuber theorizes on the Barbarian Armor & the mysterious lost tribe.

June 26, 2017
By Hick
Youtuber Dr.Wily has created this great theory focusing on the Barbarian Armor set found in Breath of the Wild. It is a set that I wore quite often throughout the game as it increased your attack power. Any fans of ours will know that Red and I always prefer...
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Top Five Zelda: Enemies I Want To Return

June 23, 2017
By Sean Michael-Patrick Thompson
Last week we were hit with a great, heaping pile of info on the new DLC pack for Breath of the Wild, and it left us with a great mugshot of a new foe; the Golden Lynel. This got me thinking how great a challenge the Master Trials could potentially offer, but moreover it reminded me how I felt about the inclusion of Lynels in the game to begin with. The last game we saw them in before this was A Link Between Worlds, and they were portrayed...
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How do you improve an orchestrated masterpiece? Go 8 bit!

June 22, 2017
By aJNation71
Back in 2011, Nintendo celebrated the 25th anniversary of its beloved franchise in a big way. Fans got books, free games and of course the very first orchestrated soundtrack in the Zelda series which featured one of the Wii’s stand out titles, Skyward Sword. It was a love letter to the series that had evolved from its 8 bit roots over it’s quarter of a century. What was equally impressive is...
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Youtuber helps you spot and find all Korok hiding places in BOTW.

June 22, 2017
By Hick
Youtuber Hyrule Dude created this video where he shows you all the places Korok Seeds like to hide and the mechanics to go about getting them. I will admit that I did know a majority of these, but there were still a couple I was not aware of. If you are having any trouble finding...
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Rock out and go retro with this synth metal cover of the Zelda theme.

June 21, 2017
By Hick
Soundcloud user MASTER BOOT RECORD has created this awesome Zelda cover that brings elements of synth and rock together for one awesome sound! I'm a big fan of 80's music. I listen to it all the time on Sirius XM channel 8. One of the main reasons I love 80's music so much is because...
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You can purchase this sweet Breath of the Wild backpack!

June 20, 2017
By Hick
ThinkGeek has created this sweet Breath of the Wild backpack for any Zelda fan to purchase. It is modeled after the Traveler's Shield, the bright blue interior features a print of the Sheikah's Eye Symbol, and the inside includes a padded laptop and tablet sleeve. ThinkGeek does warn you to not...
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Link’s Awakening through the Lens of Truth

June 17, 2017
By Sean Michael-Patrick Thompson
Beyond being my first Zelda game, Link's Awakening released in 1993 as the first one on a mobile platform, and in 1998 it became the series’ first remake with the release of Link’s Awakening DX for Gameboy Color. I have very little time with the original version, and the differences were few, so I will consider them one and the same for the purpose of review. My experience with this game is part of the reason why...
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