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November 29, 2015

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Legend of Zelda Articles Archives |

Tri Force Heroes is Sexist

October 23, 2015 | 65

Since its announcement at E3 2015, The Legend of Zelda: TriForce Heroes has oftentimes found itself under fire for presenting a sexist and gender-bias driven premise. At first the criticism was stemming primarily from the lack of a playable female … Read More

Most Romantic Legend of Zelda Couples

October 17, 2015 |

Ah, love. It’s a chaotic blend of emotions that make the heart stop and go. And it’s no different in Hylian culture than it is here in the world outside the console. Some moments spark affection for a character, others … Read More

Link’s Awakening was the Original Majora’s Mask

October 13, 2015 | 1

A long time ago, 1993 to be precise, Nintendo released a brand new Zelda game as a follow-up to their critically acclaimed A Link to the Past. It was called Link’s Awakening and it came out for the Game Boy. Link’s Awakening was unlike any ZeldaRead More

Zelda Theory: The Desert Colossus

September 24, 2015 | 3

We’ve seen her likeness in two Zelda titles: Ocarina of Time and Twilight Princess. She is a Desert Monument, towering above the rocks and sands of the Gerudo Valley, surveying the lifeless vale on the edge of a flourishing Hyrule. … Read More

Retrospective: Zelda’s Personal Impact

September 18, 2015 |

It was March of 1992. Not a particularly cold winter in Calgary, Alberta, but I remember wearing a thin spring jacket the afternoon of my fourth birthday party. Family flew in from across Canada to celebrate the birthday I share with my sister, most … Read More

Zelda Theory: Origins of Majora

September 6, 2015 | 1

It’s so fitting that one of the franchise’s biggest mysteries is centered around a mask. I understand part of the point of Majora and Majora’s Mask is the obscurity, but it’s mysteries are in layers. Not only is the evil … Read More

How The Legend of Zelda Helped Me Bond With My Dad

September 4, 2015 |

The Legend of Zelda epitomizes every child’s dream. A youth sets out on a quest to extinguish evil from the land, embodying all that is good and the hero goes through a deeply personal journey in the process. When I was six … Read More

Interview with Amy Andersson, Conductor for Symphony of the Goddesses

September 2, 2015 |

The Hidden Triforce recently got a chance to interview Amy Andersson, the conductor for the Symphony of the Goddesses. Her position allowed us to see a deeper insight into the workings of such a production. Amy can be reached on both … Read More

Biggest Trolls in the Legend of Zelda Series

July 9, 2015 | 2

Let’s face it, the Legend of Zelda series is absolutely brimming with unique and peculiar characters. Almost every entry seems to have its own fair share of oddball characters, ranging from a downright nasty Hand in the Toilet, to the … Read More

Legend of Zelda E3 Predictions

April 16, 2015 |

But Nintendo said that they won’t have anything at E3 regarding Zelda! 

Right. They’re going to turn away the possibility on one of the biggest stages to show off such a fan favorite franchise?? Not likely. They might not have … Read More