Posts tagged with "A Link to the Past"

The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddess London Review

The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddess London Review
It’s the night before the May MCM Comic Con and there’s a huge crowd of gaming fans in London. It’s not a crowd of over eager convention goers however, it’s a night on the calendars of many a gaming music loving geek. After more than a year away from the UK, The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddess has finally returned to London. The big question, was the wait worth it? We all made our way into the packed venue, wading... 

Nintendo explains why they are returning to existing franchises

Nintendo explains why they are returning to existing franchises
Following the announcement that Nintendo will be bringing a sequel to The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past to 3DS, Nintendo’s director of product marketing, Bill Trinen, spoke to GameSpot about why Nintendo focus a lot on releasing games for existing franchises. He explains that it’s not as simple as just deciding to make a new Mario or Zelda game. He said: “What we don’t do is start off and say we’re going to develop... 

Interview with Developer Experimental Gamer (Updated)

Interview with Developer Experimental Gamer (Updated)
As a long time fan of retro Nintendo RPGs I’ve often wondered why more genres never got the Japanese style RPG treatment. One of the genres I had long given up hope of seeing made into an RPG was the Wild West genre. I have been lucky enough to interview Ben Rubach and Dave Welch from Experimental Gamer, developers of the newly announced Wild West RPG Boot Hill Heroes. We discussed Kickstarter, what makes their campaign different, their inspirations... 

London Zelda Symphony Concert Review

London Zelda Symphony Concert Review
Photograph taken by Kayleigh Powis On the night of the 25th of October, London’s Hammersmith Apollo opened its doors to hundreds of Zelda fans for a night of celebrating Nintendo’s legendary adventure series through orchestral music. The evening began with an introduction from Nintendo‘s producer Eiji Aonuma, who welcomed the attending fans to over 80 minutes of Zelda music. From here, the concert opened with Hyrule Castle Theme,... 

Four Swords Now Available on the 3DS!

Four Swords Now Available on the 3DS!
The Legend of Zelda’s 25th anniversary announcements do not seem to be abating, with a re-release of The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Anniversary Edition now available to download for free from the Nintendo 3DS and DSi eShop. Four Swords was originally bundled with A Link To The Past on the Gameboy Advance back in 2002. It was the first ever game in The Legend of Zelda series to feature a multi-player experience, allowing up to four players... 
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