Posts by Stephanie Cusumano
Princess Zelda’s Study: As seen on TV
By Stephanie Cusumano on January 8th, 2019 0
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Inspiration comes from all over, and it’s no surprise that many television creators have been inspired by The Legend of Zelda. The franchise serves as a base for many fantasy...
Princess Zelda’s Study: The legacy of Zelda’s Lullaby
By Stephanie Cusumano on January 1st, 2019 0
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“Zelda’s Lullaby” has always been my favorite Zelda song. Not only is its melody sweet and memorable, but it connects each game in a unique way. From A Link to the Past...
Yuga’s Art Gallery: The adventure begins
By Stephanie Cusumano on December 14th, 2018 0
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Though I still haven’t beaten it, the classic Legend of Zelda always holds a near and dear spot in my heart. It’s not because I grew up with it or think of it as my favorite...
Realm of Memories: A girl and her hero
By Stephanie Cusumano on December 13th, 2018 0
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New York Comic-Con is my favorite time of year, and this year (2018) has been exceptionally fantastic for me. From a wonderful meet-and-greet with Grey Delisle to asking my first...
Realm of Memories: Who’s playing as Zelda?
By Stephanie Cusumano on December 6th, 2018 0
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In my middle and high school years, I played a ton of Smash Bros. Ever since Brawl came out, my two friends who I’d visit every week would all play together, and at one point...
Realm of Memories: A train ride with A Link Between Worlds
By Stephanie Cusumano on November 22nd, 2018 0
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As we celebrate 20 years of Ocarina of Time, another game is celebrating a milestone as well. Granted it’s only at its fifth year, but an anniversary is an anniversary...
Medli’s Melodies: An ending to remember
By Stephanie Cusumano on November 12th, 2018 0
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There are a lot of things that Ocarina of Time did right, and one of those things is the end credits. I feel like it goes rather unappreciated. People rave on and on about this...
Medli’s Melodies: A smashing Ocarina of Time medley
By Stephanie Cusumano on November 5th, 2018 0
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When Super Smash Bros. Brawl was announced way back when, I followed every new update that they put on the official site, the Smash Dojo. Every day, first thing in the morning, I...
Yuga’s Art Gallery: Mark of the Sheikah
By Stephanie Cusumano on November 2nd, 2018 0
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Sheik has always been one of my favorite characters in Ocarina of Time. Aside from the fact of his true identity, the mystery and charm that surrounded this character always had...
Medli’s Melodies Halloween: Termina’s Demise
By Stephanie Cusumano on October 31st, 2018 0
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When we Zelda fans yearn for something dark, cryptic, and shrouded in mystery, we often turn to Majora’s Mask, and rightfully so. This game contains some of the eeriest content...
Princess Zelda’s Study: Fish feet, battle masks, and the long-lost Zora King
By Stephanie Cusumano on October 23rd, 2018 0
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The Zoras were always an incredibly fascinating race in my opinion, and one of my favorite renditions of this tribe of fish folk is their Twilight Princess appearance. I always...
Tingle’s Maps: Ravio’s Shop
By Stephanie Cusumano on October 17th, 2018 0
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In most Zelda games, Link has his own house, but there’s usually never much reason to visit it once you’ve discovered the vast world of Hyrule and all of its wonders....
Yuga’s Art Gallery: Zelda at New York Comic Con
By Stephanie Cusumano on October 13th, 2018 0
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New York Comic-Con is my favorite time of year! There’s so much to love about it — The people, the vendors, the panels, and my personal favorite, the cosplay. The Legend of...
Yuga’s Art Gallery: The Iridescent
By Stephanie Cusumano on September 28th, 2018 0
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The Great Fairies of Zelda have always captivated me. They are beautiful beings with mystical powers that one could only dream of; what’s not to love about them? My favorite of...
Tingle’s Maps: Submerged Hyrule Castle
By Stephanie Cusumano on September 19th, 2018 0
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As I’m sure I’ve mentioned on numerous occasions, The Wind Waker was my first Zelda game and remains one of my favorites to this day. There are so many exciting places to...