Posts by Stephanie Cusumano
Fan Art Friday: The Deku Mask
By Stephanie Cusumano on June 23rd, 2017 1
Majora’s Mask is one of the darkest games in the Zelda franchise, and Saltycatfish brings that to life in this piece of fan art, “Deku Mask”. The dark shading, sketchy...
Throwback Thursday: Stranded and The Kirby Show
By Stephanie Cusumano on June 15th, 2017 0
This weekend I had gone out of state to my good friend's wedding. We’ve been friends since we were seven or eight years old, and seeing her walk down the aisle has brought back...
Leviathans of Hyrule: Giants who play a large role across Hyrule’s history
By Stephanie Cusumano on June 7th, 2017 6
Spoiler Warning This article discusses one of the sidequests for Breath of the Wild and therefore contains minor (though mostly insignificant) spoilers for the game. Now that...
Music Monday: A hope for Termina
By Stephanie Cusumano on May 29th, 2017 0
I’m going to be honest, and it’s hard for me to say, but nonetheless, I have never finished Majora’s Mask. I loved the game so much, but I have never been able to complete...
Throwback Thursday: The wait for Twilight Princess
By Stephanie Cusumano on May 18th, 2017 3
In all the time I have been a Zelda fan, waiting for a new game to come out has been an experience in itself. There’s always that excitement building up inside as the day gets...
Throwback Thursday: Crossbow training takedown
By Stephanie Cusumano on April 27th, 2017 2
Link’s Crossbow Training isn’t a game usually discussed by many fans. Why? Because it’s a spinoff game. It’s not really important to the timeline or really even a full...
Throwback Thursday: My noble steed
By Stephanie Cusumano on April 20th, 2017 0
I have a very overactive imagination, and I’ve been this way ever since I was little. My introduction to Nintendo and all of its wonderful series have expanded my imaginary...
Too much Tingle? The fans evaluate Tingle
By Stephanie Cusumano on April 18th, 2017 8
"Tingle, Tingle! Kooloo-Limpah!...These are the magic words that Tingle created himself. Don't steal them!" ...But of course, what Zelda fan hasn’t uttered these words at...
The legacy of the maiden in the sword
By Stephanie Cusumano on April 11th, 2017 7
Spoiler Warning This article contains spoilers regarding the story of Breath of the Wild. If you don't wish to spoil details from the game, perhaps you should wait until later...
Music Monday: Enter the Deku palace
By Stephanie Cusumano on April 3rd, 2017 0
The Deku Palace has always held a special place in my memories of Majora’s Mask. It’s most likely because of the hundreds of times I’ve played through this phase of the game...
Fanart Friday: Embracing the fantasy with a new take on Link
By Stephanie Cusumano on March 31st, 2017 1
The Legend of Zelda was my first step into the fantasy genre, in which I am now totally enthralled with. The mythical theming is one of the many things I enjoy about the...
Throwback Thursday: Getting into the game
By Stephanie Cusumano on March 23rd, 2017 0
Arbiter’s Grounds has always been one of my favorite Zelda dungeons to play through, and each time I tread through the cursed grounds I always find myself completely immersed in...
Fanart Friday Special: Wild fanart
By Stephanie Cusumano on March 3rd, 2017 0
This is my last article before finally playing Breath of the Wild, and yet we’ve had so much for it though it has not been released. While I am already thrilled to finally have...
Music Monday: Light World Dungeon
By Stephanie Cusumano on February 27th, 2017 0
Recently, I have been learning to become a Dungeon Master for Dungeons & Dragons, and one of the things that help me most when I’m trying to think of ideas is music -- more...
Throwback Thursday: Big Octo mistake
By Stephanie Cusumano on February 16th, 2017 3
“If you see seagulls flying all around some sea water, that's a sign that you need to be wary, fry. Because the seagulls flock to wherever Big Octos appear... BIG OCTOS, I tell...