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Lessons From Link: Forgiving Skull Kid

Since I was young, I’ve always found apologies to be the most important thing. No matter how much I was hurt, things were made better with an apology. They weren’t always better right away, but I knew from then on... Continue Reading →

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The Royal Family’s Secret: Bongo Bongo and the Family Tomb

Kakariko Village, home of the Sheikah, has lore hidden in every nook and cranny of the village. Visit the cemetery and you will find gravestones of those with loyalty to the Hylian Royal Family. Talk to the villagers around town... Continue Reading →

Nintendo Switch: A Connection Home

Nintendo released the trailer for the NX, now known as the Nintendo Switch, five days ago (Oct. 19, 2016) and I can say I heard the collective scream of the Nintendo fandom that day. The trailer depicted multiple gamers playing... Continue Reading →

I Named Link “Ganon” and, Somehow, I Met BEN?

The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask became a sort of tradition in my household every day after school. We’d come home, finish our homework, and automatically set ourselves up in front of our old console TV with our Nintendo 64... Continue Reading →

Kamaro’s Passing: A Cold Afterlife

Every night after midnight, Kamaro dances as he watches the moon, urging it to pass along his passion for dance. He wears nothing but his drawers where he stands North of ClockTown. When spoken to, he tells Link he is... Continue Reading →

Lessons from Link: A Child in Hyrule

I'm at that age where I'm too old to be childish, but too young to be "successful". I've gotten many comments about that this past week and these comments can become a heavy weight on someone just trying to figure... Continue Reading →

Expanding Majora’s Mask 3DS

With the release of Majoras Mask 3DS there comes a great time of exploration and wonder at what Nintendo had added to the fray. In my first play through, I noted all the extra art added along the walls of... Continue Reading →

Dampé, the Quasimodo of The Legend of Zelda Series?

Nintendo’s game creators are not afraid to reference works of Literature and Philosophy within their work. Think back to Skyward Sword in the Ancient Cistern, Link must climb the thread to escape the grasps of the zombie moblins around him.... Continue Reading →

Understanding Time: A Look at the Repeating Cycle of Majora’s Mask

There is something strange about being able to keep all weapons and items acquired in a three-day sequence that never quite existed. Not counting his Ocarina, or Sword and Shield, Link has gained approximately 54 items that should not be... Continue Reading →

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