Posts by Liz Burton
Yuga’s Art Gallery: They Are Vast Seas
By Liz Burton on May 11th, 2018 0
I'm not sure whether I felt drawn to this Ganondorf fan art by Vestergaard because I'm in the mood to replay The Wind Waker (thanks to a hot weekend we had here in the UK...
CD-i Month: The Sinful Art Style of Zelda CD-i
By Liz Burton on May 5th, 2018 0
It's usually true that style over substance ends up being bad in games, but when it comes to the Zelda's CD-i entries...oh boy. They're so deprived of style that it's no wonder...
Top 7 Mini-Games in 3D Zeldas
By Liz Burton on May 3rd, 2018 0
From shooting galleries to fishing ponds, Zelda is full of fun mini-games designed to give you a nice change of pace and break up the main gameplay. Best of all, they often yield...
Yuga’s Art Gallery: Hyrule Woods
By Liz Burton on April 20th, 2018 0
Now that spring is gradually making its way here, I'm itching to go out and take long walks along the nearby river and surrounding wooded areas. There's something so enthralling...
Realm of Memories: Five memorable Breath of the Wild moments
By Liz Burton on March 22nd, 2018 0
With its incredible open world, Breath of the Wild is brimming with memorable moments -- both big and small. It’s what makes the game so enthralling and fulfilling, for me...
Yuga’s Art Gallery: A Breath of the Wild (Korok Forest)
By Liz Burton on March 16th, 2018 0
Anytime I see anything Korok-related, I can't help but smile. What makes them so darn cute?! Aside from their design, I think it's their playful nature and admiration of Link....
Celebration of the Wild: Calamity’s Castle
By Liz Burton on March 5th, 2018 0
[Celebration of the Wild is a month-long celebration of the anniversary of this beloved game. All month long we will be picking our favorite songs, fan works, places, memories,...
Medli’s Melodies: Gerudo Desert Twilight Symphony
By Liz Burton on February 19th, 2018 0
The music in Gerudo areas always appeals to me. They’re so exotic and lively and effectively capture the Gerudo culture no matter what iteration it is. Although I was saddened...
Realm of Memories: My 6 Favourite Shops in 3D Zelda Games
By Liz Burton on February 15th, 2018 0
What would the iconic pass-time of smashing pots and cutting people’s lawns be without shops to spend your hard-earned rupees in? Throughout the series, shops in Zelda games...
Medli’s Melodies: Sacred Grove Twilight Symphony
By Liz Burton on February 5th, 2018 0
I love everything about the Lost Woods -- or the Sacred Grove as it's known in Twilight Princess. I love how the dense trees shroud everything below and blot out the sun, aside...
Yuga’s Art Gallery: The Lord of the Mountain
By Liz Burton on January 26th, 2018 1
I'm sure I'm not the only one still enjoying Breath of the Wild, searching for all the secrets its open world holds. I think I'm compelled to continue exploring every corner of...
Realm of Memories: Anju’s Despair
By Liz Burton on January 11th, 2018 0
People who've played Majora's Mask (and even many who haven't) know the bittersweet story of Anju and Kafei. Their relationship is so genuine and heartwarming, and their struggles...
Realm of Memories: Braving the snow to save Naydra
By Liz Burton on December 23rd, 2017 4
Happy Holidays everyone! Who's hoping for a white Christmas? I sure as heck am, as snow makes the world look so beautiful and fresh. I've always loved snowy settings in games for...
Yuga’s Art Gallery: Darmani’s private concert
By Liz Burton on December 22nd, 2017 1
Christmas is a time that, for many people, is about being with those they love. It's about family spending quality time together, and about bringing joy to others. Thinking about...
Yuga’s Art Gallery – The Indigo-Gos Jazz
By Liz Burton on December 1st, 2017 1
One of my favourite locations in Majora's Mask is the exclusive Milk Bar -- and not just because you finally gain access to that sweet Romani Milk. The dim purple hue and upbeat...