Posts by Zack Hubbard
Yuga’s Art Gallery: Tea time with Princess Zelda
By Zack Hubbard on August 31st, 2018 0
The iteration of Princess Zelda in Breath of the Wild is easily one of my favorites. It could be just because she had an active role in the story and because I looked forward to...
Medli’s Melodies: An ocarina cover fit for a sun goddess
By Zack Hubbard on August 27th, 2018 0
Out of all of the Zelda-like games on the market, Okami is my favorite. A wonderful blend of traditional Japanese mythology with very solid gameplay and a unique brush mechanic,...
Realm of Memories: The Wii that was without Mii
By Zack Hubbard on August 23rd, 2018 0
I don't know if everyone is like this, but the first moments I turn on a brand new console after I finish hooking it up is always a wonderful experience. Sure, it might just be...
Yuga’s Art Gallery: The adorable Malon and Epona
By Zack Hubbard on July 27th, 2018 0
One of the best things about the two Nintendo 64 Zelda titles, in my opinion, is the great cast of characters and their personalities. Though your interaction with these...
Realm of Memories: The phantom pain of a puzzle
By Zack Hubbard on July 12th, 2018 0
On the whole, I try everything I can to be a positive person. When I write for this site, I try to focus on all the happy or heartfelt things. But alas, life is not always...
Yuga’s Art Gallery: Champion of the wild
By Zack Hubbard on June 29th, 2018 0
It comes as no surprise to anyone who has read my work that I absolutely adored Breath of the Wild. It's one of those games I can see myself going back and playing through...
Medli’s Melodies: Pure piano perfection
By Zack Hubbard on June 25th, 2018 0
When I first booted up my copy of Ocarina of Time in December of 1998, I was completely transfixed by the opening cutscene. The graphics were miles ahead of Super Mario 64 and...
Yuga’s Art Gallery: The melancholic princess
By Zack Hubbard on June 22nd, 2018 0
Although Link is an iconic character in his own right, the titular Zelda herself is just as iconic. I always liked Zelda as a character more than most princesses in fiction simply...
Realm of Memories: The magic of a magazine
By Zack Hubbard on June 14th, 2018 0
One of my hobbies outside of video games, and especially as a child, was reading. Throughout school, I spent most of my time just reading anything I could find and I loved myself...
Yuga’s Art Gallery: A Linkle in time
By Zack Hubbard on June 1st, 2018 0
I'm going to be honest: When the WiiU came out, I wasn't impressed. Combine that with not having a source of income at the time, and I never actually ended up owning one....
CD-i Month: The music isn’t so bad!
By Zack Hubbard on May 30th, 2018 0
Let's get this out of the way: The CD-i games aren't good. Even if you've only seen gameplay footage, one can quickly make an inference that they're not good. It's very easy for...
Realm of Memories: How beating the Water Temple made me cool
By Zack Hubbard on April 26th, 2018 0
I've said this many times already, so I'll give the cliff notes version here: I grew up in the 90's and I dealt with being bullied for my physical appearance, the way I talked,...
Medli’s Melodies: The Rito Village retreat
By Zack Hubbard on April 23rd, 2018 0
I am, by and large, a dreamer. I spend a lot of my time lost in my own imagination dreaming up various worlds and scenarios and living them out in my mind. Video games have, of...
Medli’s Melodies: Theophany’s powerful Oath to Order remix
By Zack Hubbard on April 16th, 2018 0
Christmas in the year 2000 is a time I will never forget. It's the Christmas I obtained my favorite Zelda game Majora's Mask. A lot of the game's themes went right over my...
Yuga’s Art Gallery: The Zelda II HD art you never knew you wanted
By Zack Hubbard on April 13th, 2018 0
For those of you who are regular readers of this site, you might already know that I really like Zelda II. It was an experimental title for the series and compared to a lot of...