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Twilight Princess: Then and Now

My first memory of playing The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess was at a friend’s sleepover party with two other peers to celebrate his 11th birthday. 698 more words


Oh Hi Everybody! It´s been so long since the last post! I am sorry but I just moved and the Internet toke forever to be reconnected :C Well here I am with another “Glitching!” Post with the game I´ve been playing with my phone (I´ll add the download links at the end of this post) obviously since my GBA died years ago, but this is one of the amazing things about internet, good computers and smartphones, you can download emulators that work exactly like the consoles! 498 more words


Musical Procrastination #23: Chad Seiter Composer of Microsoft

In Musical Procrastination #23 – Jeremiah steps in for Lee as he interviews Chad Seiter, composer for the new Microsoft title ReCore. Chad Seiter has also worked on many other franchises such as Star Trek, Lost, Fringe, Jurassic World and more! 409 more words

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Top 5 Games that Nail Side Quests

By Daniel Lein

The world is falling to pieces, the princess is in danger, the forces of evil have just about won, but if you catch enough chickens for this lady she’ll give you a heart piece! 1,304 more words


Musterbrand teams with Nintendo for a Zelda clothing line

Musterbrand and Nintendo have partnered up to release an official Legend of Zelda clothing line. While Musterbrand is a designer label, they focus on designing clothes based on games. 85 more words

30 Day Drawing Challenge: Day 28

Day 28: Draw an Elf.

Okay, okay. So he’s not technically an elf. He’s a Hylian, or whatever. But, in my defense, he does have pointy ears. 57 more words


Trumpet players like to show off

… then they’ll get to show off.

Today we realized that, regardless of their gender, the opera’s trumpet players would have to dress as Gerudo Pirates for Act II in order to mingle with the female choir on stage.