Posts Tagged ‘legend of zelda’

Pitch, Please! – Episode 8: Legend of Zelda

by Ben Feeon 11/07/2017
Welcome to Pitch, Please!, our weekly podcast in which a fistful of geeks get together to discuss their ideas for the next big thing. Come join us and listen to our terrible, awesome, possibly slanderous pitches for all manner of geeky TV shows and movies. This week… Fill up your hearts and grab your Master […]

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

by Hani Fearonon 14/06/2016
After a moment of silence for the Orlando victims, Reggie Fils-Aimé opens the Nintendo Treehouse event at E3 2016. He’s straight to the point with bringing up the focus of the live stream – The Legend of Zelda. Link has been with us for three decades now and apparently the upcoming game could totally change […]

E3 2016: What, When & Where to Watch

by Hani Fearonon 12/06/2016
It’s Sunday 12th June and that means one thing for us here at GP, the biggest event on the calendar for the gaming industry is about to kick off. Before the party really gets started, let’s take a look at what we can expect from E3 2016, along with when and where to watch. Taking […]

Majora’s Mask 3DS Remake Confirmed for Spring 2015

by Daniel Delargyon 06/11/2014
You’ve been met with a terrible fate, haven’t you? Well…actually, we haven’t, thanks to an announcement by Nintendo President Satoru Iwata. “This dark departure from the Zelda formula must have left some intense and scary memories in player’s minds,” he said. “As we worked on the remade version, we set out to maintain the original level […]

Zeldamotion – A Link To The Past

by Daniel Delargyon 18/09/2014
Let’s play word association – when someone says to you ‘Legend of Zelda’, what is it you immediately think of? The Legendary Triforce? The titular Princess? That mute with the sword, who only seems to speak using the words ‘huh’ and ‘hyah!’ Well…this fanimation lends a voice to the character – something I haven’t seen since […]

Post-Gamescom Pre-Order Increase Figures Revealed

by Nick Hancheton 22/08/2014
The hugely successful Cologne-based Gamescom has come and gone, leaving a copious amount of impatient gamers in its wake, hungry for entertainment and millions of polygons. Whilst Sony and Microsoft held their own conferences within the early part of the week, Nintendo let their previously announced games do the talking for them, showing off heavy […]

Legend of Zelda & Assassin’s Creed Monopoly announced

by Nick Hancheton 19/08/2014
It’s very rare I’ll play Monopoly these days. Aside from the rare special occasion, such as Christmas, it stays on the highest shelf, pushed all the way back. This may soon change for two reasons. First up, the Legend of Zelda edition of this hugely popular board game. Hitting stores (in America) on 15th September, […]

Nintendo Follow in Ubisoft’s Footsteps with Official Legend of Zelda Movie

by Hani Fearonon 01/04/2014
It looks like Nintendo are following in Ubisoft’s footsteps and jumping back on the movie bandwagon. With Splinter Cell, Assassin’s Creed and Watch Dogs all set for release over the next couple of years, Nintendo have decided to join the party. Amidst rumours of a live action Pokémon movie and discussions with Dreamworks for a feature length Kirby film, an official Legend of Zelda adaptation is […]

Evildoer slain by Master Sword still in critical condition

by The_Dark_Mikeon 04/03/2014
This week Evil was once again vanquished by the legendary Master Sword in the not-so-legendary world of Texas. Eugene “Link” Thompson brandished the sword as a means of defence after his girlfriend called her ex for help after they had an argument, allegedly over whether a pet Octorok was a good idea with so many […]

Nitpicking:The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time pt 1

by The_Dark_Mikeon 08/01/2014
Welcome to Nitpicking: The series that un-photoshops super models. For those of you who don’t listen to podcasts, or know me at all, here’s a little factoid about me: I will straight up get into fights over LOZ:OOT. It is the best game ever made, it’s a simple as that. The game has the honour […]