Posts by Liz Burton
Yuga’s Art Gallery: The Silent Princess
By Liz Burton on September 14th, 2018 0
Although I personally feel that Breath of the Wild’s iteration of Zelda has some flaws, she’s one of my favorites in the series. It’s a shame that we didn’t get to see...
Medli’s Melodies: A Guardian approaches
By Liz Burton on August 20th, 2018 0
Is there anything more anxiety-inducing than the piano theme of a Guardian approaching? The continuous heart-like beat and recurring piano really put you on high alert, and my...
Yuga’s Art Gallery: On the road to Death Mountain
By Liz Burton on August 10th, 2018 0
With its tumbling rocks, boiling heat, and difficult-to-scale passes, Death Mountain certainly lives up to its name. However, its inhabitants are truly what define it: the Gorons....
Realm of Memories: My 5 favorite ways to get around in Zelda games
By Liz Burton on July 26th, 2018 0
From the very beginning, Zelda games have given players a big wide world to explore, and although the world size and level of freedom varies throughout the series, most include...
Medli’s Melodies: FATE of the Stone Tower Temple
By Liz Burton on July 9th, 2018 0
In my opinion, the Stone Tower Temple music in Majora’s Mask is one of the best tracks in the game, and possibly the whole series. So, when I stumbled across this Stone Tower...
Yuga’s Art Gallery: The Deku Mask’s origin
By Liz Burton on July 6th, 2018 0
When I played Majora’s Mask as a kid, I was mesmerised by how real the characters felt. They conveyed real, relatable fears, problems, and in particular feelings of loss and...
Realm of Memories: Why my Majora’s Mask cartridge means so much to me
By Liz Burton on June 21st, 2018 0
I'll always remember two key moments from when I was around 12 years old: The first time I beat Ocarina of Time, and the moment afterwards when I desperately wanted another game...
Yuga’s Art Gallery: Dinner Time at Lon Lon Ranch
By Liz Burton on June 8th, 2018 0
I don’t know about you guys, but after a long day of slaying Moblins and Stalfos, I’ve usually got an appetite the size of Jabu Jabu. With the amount of monster hunting our...
Medli’s Melodies: Malcura’s Valley
By Liz Burton on June 4th, 2018 0
I've found myself both amazed and frustrated by the piece of music I'm discussing this week because I wish the buskers in Britain were as cool as these two guys (from their group...
Medli’s Melodies: Deku Palace Electro Remix
By Liz Burton on May 28th, 2018 0
A lot of remixes we get on here are often reorchestrated tracks, which is fantastic. But for this week's highlight, I thought I'd go in a different direction with something...
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...