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Zelda Theory: Why is Hyrule a Medieval Kingdom? *Spoilers*

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild is a fantastic game. Packed with all sorts of discoveries and secrets, the game is also ripe with gaps that allow fans to fill in the holes. One such gap is the unusual setting of the game in which the story explains that after 10,000 years, Hyrule […]

SpiritSphere

SpiritSphere Review

On paper, SpiritSphere sounds like a great concept and all around wonderful idea. As stated by its own creator, it is a mixture of The Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past graphics and air hockey. Both of these games are of great fun separately and in an ideal world, they would be even […]

Gaming History Zelda: Link’s Awakening

This day 23 years ago, a new Zelda game launched on the Gameboy system and it was epic. The tale of the young hero called Link who became shipwrecked and stranded at on an island. Takashi Tezuka was the brilliant mind who developed The Legend Of Zelda: Link’s Awakening. Assisted by Shigeru Miyamoto and developed […]

Netflix- The Legend of Zelda Purportedly in the Works

Has Nintendo finally decided to lighten up on their stranglehold on their intellectual properties (IP)?  Is it time?  It seems so as the Wall Street Journal (bet you didn’t expect a classic gaming site would source them) are reporting Nintendo and Netflix could be working on a new, live action, Legend of Zelda title.  Netflix […]

Bandit Gaming: Legend of Zelda Ported to Atari 7800

The Legend of Zelda, a franchise that solidified Nintendo as THE gaming platform in gamers minds in the late 80’s is now coming to the Atari 7800. For those that do not remember, or are too young to have lived it, the Atari 7800 was the only competition to the Nintendo NES that Atari could […]


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