Ocarina Month
Yuga’s Art Gallery: Perfect Timing
By on November 30th, 2018 0
0
Part of what solidifies an experience as unforgettable is the timing and circumstances surrounding it. That is why events from our youth tend to be deeply ingrained in our...
Yuga’s Art Gallery: My Ocarina of Time childhood fan art
By on November 29th, 2018 0
0
Art is an expression of passion. It’s our interpretation of -- and reaction to -- the things we see, think and feel in our day-to-day life. And here's the best part: even...
Tingle’s Maps: Lost Woods (Ocarina of Time)
By on November 28th, 2018 0
0
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...
Princess Zelda’s Study: Epona was originally to be Mario’s companion
By on November 27th, 2018 0
0
One of the most memorable moments from Ocarina of Time is busting out of Lon Lon Ranch on the back of your newly tamed steed, Epona, to venture on horseback across the vast Hyrule...
Medli’s Melodies: The serene child of legend
By on November 26th, 2018 0
0
When I was a child, I inserted myself into the game world as I played through Ocarina of Time for the first time. It was a memorable experience for many reasons, as I felt a lot...
Yuga’s Art Gallery: An animated Wolfos showdown at the Forest Temple
By on November 25th, 2018 0
0
When fans of Ocarina of Time recall the scariest moment of the game, it's usually the first encounter with ReDeads. It's a haunting memory and for good reason, but there's also...
Tingle’s Maps: Hyrule Field (Ocarina of Time)
By on November 21st, 2018 0
0
After defeating Queen Gohma and leaving Kokiri Forest, Link (and by extension, the player) truly sees how big the land of Hyrule is. As soon as the player enters the field, the...
Realm of Memories: A gamer’s origin story
By on November 16th, 2018 0
0
Every now and then, you come across a game, movie, or a book that impacts your life more than you could imagine. For me, it's Ocarina of Time. Ocarina of Time was first released...
Princess Zelda’s Study: Ocarina of Time almost featured pachinko balls as slingshot ammo
By on November 13th, 2018 0
0
Last week, I dug up an interview with Zelda producer Shigeru Miyamoto which dated all the way back to 1997, a year before Ocarina of Time's release. The translation of the...
Medli’s Melodies: An ending to remember
By on November 12th, 2018 0
0
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...
Yuga’s Art Gallery: The beginning of a grand adventure
By on November 9th, 2018 0
0
Perhaps the greatest thing about being a kid is how oftentimes things seem larger than life. Your imagination will go into overdrive and fill in blanks that aren't even there, and...
Realm of Memories: How Ocarina of Time found me
By on November 8th, 2018 0
0
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: Ganon’s Tower
By on November 7th, 2018 0
0
After seven years of stasis, Link emerges from Rauru’s secret chamber and leaves the Temple of Time. Much to his horror, he sees that the bustling Town Square has become ruined...
Princess Zelda’s Study: Link and the Kokiri were originally destined to “disappear”
By on November 6th, 2018 0
0
Following the release of a particular Marvel movie that got a ton of people talking, we're no longer unaccustomed to the horror of seeing our favorite heroes fade away (in the...
Medli’s Melodies: A smashing Ocarina of Time medley
By on November 5th, 2018 0
0
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...