The Breath of the Wild is an exceptional game with many well-deserved accolades. However, one of the things I’ve found most impressive about the game is its enemies. Each new enemy feels unique, not only in appearance but also in their behavior and skill level needed to beat them. Breath of the Wild doesn’t break […]
The Happy Mask Salesman is a bit of an unstable creep. There, I said it. If you’re a fan of his, that’s fine. I am too. But we all have to come to terms with the fact that we like a character who’s one bad day away from becoming the next magic-wielding demigod who wants
First things first, let’s eliminate a bit of confusion. “Skull Kid(s)” isn’t just one singular character in the Legend of Zelda franchise. It’s a race like the Zoras or Gorans. However, there is “The Skull Kid,” who is one particular Skull Kid that Link interacts with, and that is the focus of this article—confused yet?
Think of your favorite Legend of Zelda character. You probably didn’t say “Tingle.” And if you did, I’m genuinely curious as to why. Tingle may not be a lot of fans’ favorite character, but he is certainly interesting. He has appeared in or has been referenced in over 10 Zelda games. He may not be
I remember walking into a Funcoland (Imagine Gamestop but more colorful) when I was a boy. I saw they have an endcap with toys. These weren’t any toys; these were toys from my favorite video games. At this point, I had seen toys from movies and TV shows, but games!? I was so blown away