Voice Acting and Nintendo's Reluctance
Nintendo has stated time and again that there will be no voice acting in Zelda. Or at least if there ever is, Link will never utter more than a grunt. But is this an outdated view on things? Read on the discover one staff member’s opinion.
2013: Year of the Luigi
With the Nintendo Direct last Thursday, Nintendo brought forth a great deal of news. Iwata announced that this year is being put forth as the "Year of Luigi," with a series of games involving the often-overshadowed Mario brother coming to be released this year. Nintendo also discussed a great deal more regarding the near future of the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS.
Wind Waker HD - What's In Store?
It would seem that a chunk of E3 broke off and rolled down the hill to meet us a bit early this year. Among the slew of first and second party title announcements that where revealed to us during this January's Nintendo Direct was not one, but two distinct Zelda titles. While the prospect of a new, original Zelda title for the Wii U that will supposedly be a "newborn" Zelda experience is certainly an exciting one, there is no doubt the fans responded a bit more fervently to the breathtaking visuals from the stills shown from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker remake in HD for the Wii U. In a situation analogous to the paring of the Ocarina of Time remake and Skyward Sword, it would seem that this Wind Waker remake will serve as buffer between now and the distant, but impending new Zelda title for the Wii U.
Skyward Sword: Why you should be Excited
Well, I was going to post an editorial praising Zelda for its artistic prowess as a video game, and how it may someday lead video games into acquiring the status of an art form; if not for the notably infelicitous negative spotlight The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword has been receiving since its debut at E3 months ago. It is understandable that many may have been disappointed at the moment of the game’s reveal (myself included), but it is clear that sense then, much of the fan base has not attempted to partake in the notion that SS will be a game worth pursuing. Quite frankly, this is a closed, and narrow-minded trend of thought, which, coming from the fan base itself, is a bit of a disappointment.
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How the Wii and DS revolutionized Zelda
With so many Zelda games out, which were the most influential? Majora's Mask? Ocarina of Time? All great choices, but I'm speaking from an innovationary standpoint. Technology and novelty-wise, the games for the Wii and DS were certainly top dollar.
Living in the Shadow of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Ocarina of Time was truly a masterpiece, but what's beyond it? There must be another game that comes as close to if not surpassing the greatness of Ocarina of Time. Today, I implore you to take a closer examination of a game living in the shadow of Ocarina of Time, The Legend of Zelda Majoras Mask.
Ocarina of Time, Still on Top?
Why is it after all these years The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time is still considered the best Legend of Zelda game, let alone the best game, of all time? In this premiere editorial I take a look back at the circumstances surrounding this very fact, and if it’s at all possible to trump Ocarina of Time.