Posts by David Johnson
It takes 57 minutes to cross Hyrule corner to corner in Breath of the Wild
By David Johnson on March 26th, 2017 8
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Breath of the Wild boasts having an insanely big map. In fact, before the game's launch, many used the size of the Great Plateau to estimate the size of Breath of the Wild's...
Review: Snipperclips is fun and quirky, exactly what you’d expect from Nintendo
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By David Johnson on March 20th, 2017 0
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Out of all the games I got to experience at Nintendo Australia’s Switch event back in January (other than Breath of the Wild of course), Snipperclips: Cut It Out, Together! was...
New Breath of the Wild amiibo review and comprehensive in-game amiibo guide
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By David Johnson on March 10th, 2017 4
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Up until recently, The Legend of Zelda has been rather underrepresented in Nintendo’s amiibo lineup compared to the other franchises. There’s naturally heaps of Mario amiibo,...
Review: Breath of the Wild is astonishingly perfect
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By David Johnson on March 8th, 2017 19
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If you’re not currently playing Breath of the Wild, you need to change that as soon as you possibly can. When I tell you that this game is the best Zelda game ever created,...
Triforce Tributes: We’ve selected our Zelda video winners
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By David Johnson on February 27th, 2017 1
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We're at the tail end of Triforce Tributes, our fan-based celebration to wrap up Zelda’s 30th anniversary, and we're here to close it out with the winning videos from the final...
Triforce Tributes: Honorable mentions for Zelda crafts and cosplay
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By David Johnson on February 21st, 2017 1
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Yesterday we revealed our ten winners out of the many Zelda cosplay and craft submissions for Triforce Tributes. It was difficult to narrow it down to just ten, and so...
Triforce Tributes: We’ve selected our Zelda music winners
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By David Johnson on February 13th, 2017 1
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We've chosen our ten winning entries for the Zelda music week of Triforce Tributes. Each of our lucky winners will receive a selection of three special 30th anniversary art...
Triforce Tributes final week: Show your love for Zelda in a video
By David Johnson on February 12th, 2017 0
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UPDATE: The submission period has ended. Winners of the art prints will be announced around February 27. Send us your videos about The Legend of Zelda, and you'll be entered...
Triforce Tributes: We picked our winning Zelda memories
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By David Johnson on February 6th, 2017 2
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We've chosen the ten winning entries from our memories of Zelda week of Triforce Tributes. Each of our winners will receive a selection of three special 30th anniversary...
Spoilers: Breath of the Wild bird race and more named, causes timeline implications
By David Johnson on February 5th, 2017 5
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Obligatory spoiler warning: This article answers several big questions regarding the January trailer of Breath of the Wild. If you're sensitive spoilers, you should skip this...
Exclusive First 4 Figures interview: from Fierce Deity to Breath of the Wild and beyond
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By David Johnson on February 1st, 2017 0
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Recently our staff member Jeffrey Debloudts had the honor and privilege of hosting an interview with First 4 Figures co-owner and Creative Director Alex Davis as well as the...
Triforce Tributes: We present our Zelda fan art honorable mentions
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By David Johnson on January 31st, 2017 0
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Just like last week, picking just ten winners out of the many fan art submissions to Triforce Tributes was a difficult task. Given that we had so many favorites and so few prizes...
Triforce Tributes week 4: Play us some Zelda music
By David Johnson on January 29th, 2017 1
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UPDATE: The submission period has ended. Winners of the art prints will be announced around February 14. There aren’t that many weeks remaining in The Legend of Zelda’s...
Explore Zelda dungeon design in Mark Brown’s YouTube series “Boss Keys”
By David Johnson on January 26th, 2017 0
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There's just something about Zelda's dungeons that keeps you coming back for more, but what exactly is that je ne sais quoi that makes the dungeon-crawling element of Zelda so...
Choose your own adventure with this remake of Nintendo’s Adventure Books
By David Johnson on January 26th, 2017 1
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If you, like me, were a child of the 1980's you might remember those choose-your-own-adventure novels found in your school libraries. These novels saw you skipping between various...