The Missing Link
There’s been a ton of Zelda traffic around the Internet yesterday and today, and I wanted to just get it all out on the ‘Blog in one fell swoop so I can get back to plain ol’ articles. So here’s a myriad of things that you should all care about.
As a fair-weathered warning, this WILL have links to pages that will have spoilers. Be that as it may, so I don’t have to classify the whole post as a spoiler post, this post will not reveal any of those spoilers. I’ll let you know very vaguely what you can expect on the other side of the link, and it’s your choice to
I saw this comic strip [TINY SPOILER] featuring Twilight Princess, and I thought it was absolutely hilarious. I won’t talk about it here, but suffice to say that this spoiler is very minor and takes place during the first three hours of the game [TINY SPOILERS].
There’s been a small update on the The Legend of Zelda: The Hero of Time fan-movie project. They were shooting to get the movie out sometime this fall, but, given that winter is fast approaching (we just got our first snowfall here today as a reminder of how close we are!), they realised that they’re not going to meet the deadline. The project is still slated to go off, but the release date is now to be announced.
A fan has uncovered a very serious glitch [MODERATE SPOILER] within Twilight Princess. Unlike most glitches that are either completely harmless or so harmful that it will destroy your save file, this glitch is perhaps more frustrating. If you should happen to save your game in a certain room at a certain time in the game, you will be trapped inside that room forever. Every way possible to get out of that room will be denied, thus forcing you to start your game again. Since this is troubling because telling you what the glitch is will cause minor spoilers, I will give you the following non-spoiler hints.
Next up is an amazing feat of fanboyism that, while infinitely cool to us, is a level that I hope I never actually achieve. How would you like to own the Master Sword? You can own a 1/6th size replica of it for US$40, but this man did so much more. He commissioned to have a full-size replica of the Master Sword (Link to the Past version) made for him. How much did it cost? Only a mere
There’s also a website telling you random factoids about your Wii that you might not be aware of. There are a few trivia points about Zelda in them; none of them have any spoilers in them, so it’s safe reading.
And that’s all the news for this week… or at least today. Enjoy.Follow This Entry | Leave a Response | Trackback
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