Posts by Reece Heather
Hyrule needs YOU: Beautiful Breath of the Wild propaganda posters
By Reece Heather on December 10th, 2018 0
Last year, we featured some spectacular Zelda-themed propaganda prints from Fernando “Fro” Reza. These posters pulled familiar concepts from various games of The Legend...
Yuga’s Art Gallery: An animated Wolfos showdown at the Forest Temple
By Reece Heather on November 25th, 2018 0
When fans of Ocarina of Time recall the scariest moment of the game, it's usually the first encounter with ReDeads. It's a haunting memory and for good reason, but there's also...
Princess Zelda’s Study: Ocarina of Time almost featured pachinko balls as slingshot ammo
By Reece Heather on November 13th, 2018 0
Last week, I dug up an interview with Zelda producer Shigeru Miyamoto which dated all the way back to 1997, a year before Ocarina of Time's release. The translation of the...
Princess Zelda’s Study: Link and the Kokiri were originally destined to “disappear”
By Reece Heather on November 6th, 2018 0
Following the release of a particular Marvel movie that got a ton of people talking, we're no longer unaccustomed to the horror of seeing our favorite heroes fade away (in the...
We’re celebrating 20 years of Ocarina of Time with Ocarina Month
By Reece Heather on November 1st, 2018 0
20 years. It's hard to believe. Ocarina of Time first released in Japan on November 21, 1998. It launched in other territories shortly afterward and changed the gaming industry...
Princess Zelda’s Study: The creepy hidden mask in Majora’s Mask’s Lottery Shop
By Reece Heather on October 9th, 2018 0
If you play Majora's Mask under regular conditions, in the manner it was meant to be played, there's already no shortage of horror themes throughout the game. It's widely...
Princess Zelda’s Study: Wind Waker’s Phantom Ganon holds a Majora’s Mask reference
By Reece Heather on September 25th, 2018 0
Back when I first played The Wind Waker, I never really thought about the Hylian text littered across the game. Obviously, I thought it looked cool, but at the time, I don't...
Tingle’s Maps: The Lost Woods (Breath of the Wild)
By Reece Heather on September 12th, 2018 0
The Lost Woods is a recurring place in Zelda games and one that any fan will recognize as a staple of the series. Even in the games in which it doesn't appear, there are close...
Princess Zelda’s Study: Minish Cap featured Lon Lon Butter early in development
By Reece Heather on September 4th, 2018 0
For the most part, Link and the residents of Hyrule seem very good at maintaining a healthy calcium intake in the Zelda series. It's no wonder everyone in this universe loves to...
We’re looking for writers to cover Zelda music, art, trivia, memories and more
By Reece Heather on September 2nd, 2018 0
Hello readers! For those of you who've been following our home page content, you may have noticed that we've really made a push with our weekly columns in the last year. Recently...
Tingle’s Maps: Pumpkin Landing
By Reece Heather on August 29th, 2018 0
Skyloft as a whole is a very pleasant, colorful place I often found myself wishing to visit in real life while playing Skyward Sword. It's not without its dangers, however --...
Princess Zelda’s Study: Link calls Madonna in Link’s Awakening’s French version
By Reece Heather on August 28th, 2018 0
I'm still having a hard time processing the idea of a direct celebrity cameo in a Legend of Zelda game. There have been plenty of references to video game characters littered...
Tingle’s Maps: Great Bay Coast
By Reece Heather on August 15th, 2018 0
Thinking back to the beaches I've ventured through in most video games, most of my memories range from pleasant to joyful. Rolling watermelons on Super Mario Sunshine's Gelato...
Breath of the Wild and Tri Force Heroes songs appear in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
By Reece Heather on August 8th, 2018 0
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate director Masahiro Sakurai hit us all with some impressive numbers during the Nintendo Direct today, including a whopping total of 103 stages....
Princess Zelda’s Study: Spiritual Stones originally inserted into the Ocarina
By Reece Heather on August 7th, 2018 0
There are many tenuous challenges we have to overcome in our childhood: tying shoes, doing homework, eating vegetables. For Ocarina of Time's 9-year-old Link, he had to venture...