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The Legend of Zelda

20 Years Later, The Lost Zelda Games Still Live

The Legend of Zelda is about as ubiquitous as it gets. Whether they keep up with the series or not, 10- to 35-year olds across the continent will profess their undying love for at least one of the titles. It's no surprise then that Zelda and it's legacy are particularly well-documented. Just take a look at 2013's Hyrule Historia; a compendium of art assets, developer interviews, and in-game lore that spans the first 25 years of Zelda's lifespan.

Legend of Zelda Parody Video "Shit Navi Says" Features Impressive 3D Effects.

Once again our good friends of at MegaSteakMan have released another impressive short film, this one is titled "Shit Navi Says." If you're a fan of the Legend of Zelda, you should definitely check this out. Even if you're not (what the hell is wrong with you?), you should watch just for the incredible realistic 3D Skulltula they built.


Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses [Impressions]

As you were probably already aware, from the interview, contest, and numerous nods in our nightly TL;DR segment, last night was the premier for the Vancouver showing of The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses. Along with the contest winners, I was able to attend the show last night and experience the event first hand. It was inspiring enough of a spectacle that I figured I’d give you guys a brief wrap-up of everything that went down.

TL;DR - Mar 14 - Baldur's Countdown, Sega, Dynasty Warriors 3DS

Another late night edition of the TL;DR segment, though this one with good reason! Earlier tonight I got to attend The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses, so I was a little bit late getting back to my desk. None the less! There is new information for you today in the form of: Sega joining forces to provide their ‘top games’ on Origin. The Baldur’s Gate teaser site has received an update, in countdown form, and Samus and Link will be playable characters on the 3DS version of Dynasty Warriors.

The Legend of Zelda Symphony of Goddesses Exclusive Interview with Jason Michael Paul and Chad Seiter

The term "Video game Symphony" may have at one time been an oxymoron. However, thanks to pioneers such as Jason Michael Paul, Japan (in general) and fans the world over it is becoming a viable option for music and video game fans alike.

This time at Shogun Gamer we were able to sit down with two of the men making “The Legend of Zelda, Symphony of the Goddesses” possible. Both Jason Michael Paul (JMP) the CEO of Jason Michael Paul productions, and Chad Seiter (CS) the Music Director for the show gave us some of their thoughts on the symphony.

Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D [Review]

Overall Feeling: 

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D is a re-make that sticks to its roots. Instead of trying to perform a complete overhaul, Nintendo brought the classic back to life with minor tweaks and a whole lot of love. It truly felt like one of the best gaming experiences I have ever had and with one minor issue a gamer can’t complain.

The Pros: 

+ Provides the same classic story for fans new and old.
+ The 3D graphics really stand-out.
+ Added difficulty in the Master Quest.
+ Gyroscope utilization is spot on.
+ Graphical upgrade makes the game flourish.

The Cons: 

- Found myself turning off the 3D effect every so often.
- Navi’s constant bickering and reminders to take a break became overly annoying. Rating : 

It’s considered by many to be one of the greatest games ever made and more often than not re-makes go horribly wrong. This of course is not the case for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D. Nintendo made sure not to clutter their upgrade with unnecessary additions, but rather minor tweaks that allows this piece of art to shine.

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