Let’s take a trip all the way back to the summer of 1987. Dirty Dancing was the most popular movie in the US, a gallon of gas cost less than a buck, and some weird little cartoon called The Simpsons first appeared as a side-act on The Tracey Ullman Show. Oh yeah… and The Legend of Zelda was first released in the US. And gaming … Continue reading 10 NES Games to Try if You Like Zelda 1
The average cost of Game Boy games has been steadily rising for years. If you look at the overall price growth, which has doubled within the last five years, then it should be pretty clear Game Boy game prices are following the trend of increasing retro video game prices. Retro video games on systems like the N64 and Sega Dreamcast are going a little crazy … Continue reading Game Boy Game Prices Are Through the Roof (And Trending Higher)
Don’t get me wrong; I’m not unexcited about Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity. I’m just not $60 excited. Whenever Nintendo announces a new Legend of Zelda game, it’s a big deal. I mean, it’s a huuuuge deal! Nintendo’s treatment of the Zelda franchise differs wildly from that of Super Mario. While Mario only gets a major release a few times (at most) per console, he also gets … Continue reading Why should I be excited for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity?
Nintendo’s follow-up to Phantom Hourglass probably sold poorly because… well, because it was the follow-up to Phantom Hourglass. You know what they say: fool me once, shame on you. Or whatever.
Point being: Legend of Zelda fans were not excited to revisit the format of Phantom Hourglass. And like so many other Zelda fans, I have yet to bother with this entry. Continue reading Every Legend of Zelda Game, Ranked by Sales
Zelda 2: The Adventure of Link on NES is the most divisive in the series. Let’s review this game and see why so many fans are so wrong. I should probably be out front with this: I love Zelda 2. Zelda 2 was the first Zelda game I ever played. It was actually one of the first NES games I ever played, at a friend’s … Continue reading Review – Why fans hate Zelda 2 and why they are dead wrong
With the upcoming Breath of the Wild sequel at least another year away, (probably?) it’s as good a time as any to make our list of demands for Nintendo. Continue reading Breath of the Wild 2: These are our Demands
There are clear fan-favorite enemies, such as many of the different iterations of the main antagonist Ganon, but what about the underdogs? Continue reading Top 5 Underrated Legend of Zelda Bosses
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is one of the undisputed classic Nintendo games and – as usual – ended up being one of the best Nintendo speedruns of AGDQ 2020 Continue reading 3 Insane Speedruns from Awesome Games Done Quick 2020
The update is free, so you get a massively popular hero and a great set of villains too, so it really is the best of both worlds! Continue reading Mario Maker 2 Switch Update is the Best of Both Worlds
The Legend of Zelda series has re-invented itself time and time again. When you think about it, change is one of the landmark aspects of the massively popular franchise. Continue reading Three ways Link’s Awakening breaks Zelda tradition
If you’re new to the Super Nintendo library or just want some confirmation bias, look no further. These are our top 3 favorite Super Nintendo games on Switch! Continue reading Top 3 Super Nintendo Games on Switch Online
The new addition to the Zelda fam, Link’s Awakening for the Nintendo Switch, checks aaaalllll the boxes to be a great game. But… that’s kind of where my problem with Link’s Awakening arises. Continue reading Link’s Awakening for the Switch is great. I guess.