Posts by Zac Pricener
Yuga’s Art Gallery: Soulcalibur II promotion
By Zac Pricener on January 11th, 2019 0
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I didn’t get the chance to play Soulcalibur II when it first came out back in 2003, despite the fact that I was inundated with all manner of promotions for it. Ads and articles...
Tingle’s Maps: North Clock Town
By Zac Pricener on January 9th, 2019 0
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North Clock Town is the northmost section of Clock Town which, given the name, is no surprise. Despite at first not looking very busy, it is home to many characters and the...
Realm of Memories: Link vs. Ganondorf (Wind Waker)
By Zac Pricener on January 3rd, 2019 0
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The first time I played Wind Waker, I was a thirteen-year-old kid and relatively new to the Zelda series. This game blew me away from the outset (see what I did there?), so the...
Medli’s Melodies: Farewell, King of Hyrule
By Zac Pricener on December 31st, 2018 0
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If I had to pick one word that best describes the music from The Wind Waker, it would probably have to be “charming.” It could actually describe the game as a whole....
Realm of Memories: Snowpeak Ruins is the coolest dungeon
By Zac Pricener on December 27th, 2018 0
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I’ve always loved snow and winter in general. The cold and the calming-yet-eerie silence that they bring forces everything and everyone to be still, even if just for a moment....
Review: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate — A Smashing Good Time
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By Zac Pricener on December 25th, 2018 0
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I slept a total of ten hours playing Smash on the weekend of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's release, and it was amazing. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is finally here, and it was...
Princess Zelda’s Study: An overview of Link’s competitive history in Smash Bros.
By Zac Pricener on December 4th, 2018 0
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Gamers have tested their mettle in the Super Smash Bros. series since the very first days of the Nintendo 64 release. The highlight of the experience has not just been the...
Medli’s Melodies: Super Smash Bros. Brawl Main Theme
By Zac Pricener on December 3rd, 2018 0
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May 10, 2006. It was a big day for Super Smash Bros. fans. On that day, which was the first day of that year’s E3, we had our collective minds blown by the long-awaited reveal...
Tingle’s Maps: Lost Woods (Ocarina of Time)
By Zac Pricener on November 28th, 2018 0
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The forests of Hyrule are not to be trifled with, and the Lost Woods are the ultimate example of why. Mystical, magical, and nearly incomprehensible, no one, not even the natural...
Medli’s Melodies: Song of Storms (The Legend of Zelda Lo-fi Remix)
By Zac Pricener on November 19th, 2018 0
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Storms, despite often being destructive forces, can have surprisingly powerful calming effects on people. Listening to rain hit against a window, or a gust of wind blowing...
Tingle’s Maps: Lake Hylia (Ocarina of Time)
By Zac Pricener on November 14th, 2018 0
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There is something incredibly appealing about the water effects in Ocarina of Time, and the ability to enjoy them in a massive setting such as Lake Hylia has been appreciated by...
Realm of Memories: How Ocarina of Time found me
By Zac Pricener on November 8th, 2018 0
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I think it was fate that I became a Legend of Zelda fan. I didn’t start playing games until I was about nine years old, and my love of Zelda didn’t begin until years after...
Tingle’s Maps: Kakariko Village (A Link to the Past)
By Zac Pricener on October 31st, 2018 0
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Towns were first seen in The Adventure of Link, and to be honest, they weren’t very good or interesting. There were a lot of forgettable locations and even more forgettable...
Phantom Hourglass: Time Well Spent
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By Zac Pricener on October 20th, 2018 0
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Everyone has games they love. A game can have a emotional impact on a player, mark a special moment in their life, or be a source of pride. Whatever the case, certain games can...
Tingle’s Maps: The Hidden Village
By Zac Pricener on October 10th, 2018 0
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The Lanaryu Providence is Hyrule’s largest region and is home to most some of the most memorable locations in Twilight Princess. One location, in particular, is quite small in...