A Link to the Past
SNES Classic game manuals are available online in their original glory
By on October 4th, 2017 0
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Much like its predecessor, the SNES Classic is a great way to revisit older games and relive the glory days. Besides the games themselves, one of the most memorable things about...
Forever 21 holding SNES Classic giveaway in honor of new clothing range
By on September 29th, 2017 0
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With geek culture becoming more mainstream, the selection of clothing and accessories to show our love for our favorite video games has exploded since the days of ordering...
Nintendo confirms SNES Classic pre-orders scheduled for late August
By on August 2nd, 2017 0
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Recently, pre-orders for the SNES Classic Edition opened up on Walmart's website, but were subsequently taken down. Since then, there had been no word officially from Nintendo or...
You don’t want to miss these Zelda speedruns at SGDQ ’17
By on July 2nd, 2017 0
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The bi-annual Games Done Quick charity marathon (known as Summer Games Done Quick in the Summer season) has begun this week, and there are speedruns of The Legend of Zelda games...
Nintendo has just announced the SNES Classic Edition
By on June 26th, 2017 8
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It seemed inevitable after the insanely successful [and regrettably short-lived] launch of the NES Classic Edition, but for a while we had only rumors that Nintendo would be...
Switch on some classic 16-bit music remade with analog synthesizers
By on April 11th, 2017 1
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Looking for a new way to listen to some old classics? Switched On SNES is re-imagining 16-bit era music using analog synthesizers and drum machines. Their goal is "to expose...
Fanart Friday: Welcome to the Link’s Awakening nebula
By on March 17th, 2017 3
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Breath of the Wild has some fantastic monsters and bosses, but one of the toughest bosses I've faced in a Legend of Zelda game was Koholint from Link's Awakening. It was an epic...
Music Monday: Light World Dungeon
By on February 27th, 2017 0
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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: The way of the Hero
By on February 23rd, 2017 2
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Even by my own standards, today's column is going to be somewhat whimsical, hopelessly romantic and bordering on self-indulgent -- but I beg you to hear me out. I’m harkening...
Virtual reality app lets you explore A Link to the Past’s world map
By on February 23rd, 2017 3
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The Zelda series is no stranger to fan-made projects, and with the rising popularity of virtual reality headsets, it was only a matter of time before something was done with A...
1992 Miyamoto interview shows Breath of the Wild vision in A Link To The Past
By on December 23rd, 2016 0
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It's been 25 years since A Link To The Past arrived on the SNES, but thanks to some sleuthing and translating from Shmuplations, we've got a fresh insight into the development of...
Throwback Thursday: Thinking of Flute Boy
By on November 24th, 2016 0
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Even as a child, I was a goofy romantic with a penchant for storytelling. I remember I would forever be conjuring up fantastic scenarios, fictional allies and terrible enemies;...
Zelda fans take to Twitter their top five favorite Zelda games
By on September 9th, 2016 11
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This week was an interesting one for Nintendo. First, everyone's favorite Italian from Brooklyn turns out for the Apple press conference and announces Super Mario Run. Then while...
Two more Legend of Zelda: Legendary Editions manga get release windows
By on August 30th, 2016 1
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The next two Legendary Editions of the Legend of Zelda manga that are being released starting this year have been revealed. The third and fourth volumes will follow the same...
Throwback Thursday: Adding a new dimension
By on August 4th, 2016 0
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From a gaming standpoint, I lived 2012/13 in a strange limbo between trepidation and unadulterated excitement. I’ve long been an adversary of ‘the remake’, so it was a...