Posts by Phil Myth
Aonuma on player perspective and building relationships in Breath of the Wild
By Phil Myth on February 22nd, 2017 0
Perhaps the stand-out moment (out of a bajillion of them) in the Switch Presentation trailer of Breath of the Wild was when Zelda falls into Link's arms, crying her heart out. I...
Eiji Aonuma unboxes the European Special Edition of Breath of the Wild
By Phil Myth on February 22nd, 2017 2
If you're a European Breath of the Wild fan, you [and your wallet] have a choice to make: do you pick up the standard edition or the special edition for your new Switch...
Three Breath of the Wild guides are up for pre-order
By Phil Myth on February 20th, 2017 0
Part of the appeal of Breath of the Wild -- and indeed something the creators set out to implement -- is the sense of getting lost in the world of Hyrule that they have created,...
Aonuma: Gap between fan feedback and strategy, but he does listen
By Phil Myth on February 20th, 2017 0
As Zelda fans, we all have our favourite items, characters, and features of the franchise that we hope to see more of when a new iteration comes along. Similarly there's stuff...
Embrace the Breath of the Wild hype with new themes for your 3DS
By Phil Myth on February 17th, 2017 1
I've spent the past few years turning my Majora's Mask edition of the New 3DS into somewhat of a Zelda tribute device. Every Virtual Console game has been downloaded,...
Aonuma believes Breath of the Wild surpasses Ocarina of Time
By Phil Myth on February 11th, 2017 7
We've all got our favourite Zelda games, but there's no denying the impact that Ocarina of Time had on the franchise and gaming in general. For many of us, the series' 3D debut...
There’s no renaming Link in Breath of the Wild
By Phil Myth on February 10th, 2017 3
One thing Zelda players have done since the first game back on the NES, once they got their copy of the latest game home and booted it up, is select their save file and enter the...
Miyamoto unveils Link’s surname in fun quick fire interview
By Phil Myth on February 10th, 2017 7
As part of their mammoth month of Breath of the Wild coverage, Game Informer have released a quick fire video interview with Shigeru Miyamoto and Eiji Aonuma. The four minute...
Dungeons haven’t escaped the overhauling of Zelda’s conventions
By Phil Myth on February 10th, 2017 10
Eiji Aonuma hasn't half been doing the rounds lately. The series producer has been in more interviews than Michael Parkinson (a mild-mannered, British Jay Leno for our US readers)...
Old Man’s identity revealed: It’s Aonuma!
By Phil Myth on February 6th, 2017 3
Ever since we got our first proper look at the opening sequence of Breath of the Wild, speculation has been rife as to the identity of the Old Man that Link bumps into when he...
Kimishima to give Switch presentation, with regional voice over
By Phil Myth on January 8th, 2017 1
We've only a handful of days left until Nintendo's big Switch presentation where they'll furnish us with all the info pertaining to their next system's launch date, price,...
2018 Zelda Wall calendar up for pre-order
By Phil Myth on December 24th, 2016 0
There are some people in this world, such as myself, who take an unwavering 'seat of their pants' approach to life. My christmas shopping is done on December 23rd at the very...
More Zelda DLC for Monster Hunter Stories
By Phil Myth on December 24th, 2016 0
More DLC content has dropped for Monster Hunter Stories, including the second part of the Zelda collaboration. Still, unfortunately, a Japan only game, the content nevertheless...
1992 Miyamoto interview shows Breath of the Wild vision in A Link To The Past
By Phil Myth on December 23rd, 2016 0
It's been 25 years since A Link To The Past arrived on the SNES, but thanks to some sleuthing and translating from Shmuplations, we've got a fresh insight into the development of...
Super Nintendo World is real, and it has mine cart rides
By Phil Myth on December 14th, 2016 1
This is not a drill. I repeat, this is not a drill. Super Nintendo World is a real thing, and is coming to Universal studios Japan in 2020. Ever since Nintendo and Universal...