Fandom: Zelda

  • Re-Render Bender—Mario to Metroidvania
  • Arwings and Ocarinas

    Arwings and Ocarinas

    Welcome back to our in-depth look at the development and evolution of graphics and gameplay in digital media. Today we’re examining the triumphs and tumbles of first wave next gen consoles like the Nintendo 64.

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  • Bandicoots and Bad Fur

    Bandicoots and Bad Fur

    Welcome back to our in-depth look at the graphic design and evolution of games. Today we’ll be examining the scope and spread of the first iterations of 3-D platforming/adventure games.

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  • A Hymn to the Golden Goddesses
  • Princess, Prophecy and The Hero of Time

    Princess, Prophecy and The Hero of Time

    If the Mario series is Nintendo’s best-known line of games, the Zelda series isn’t far behind in terms of popularity and critical acclaim. From the NES to the Wii, The Legend of Zelda and its many sequels have rivaled the Mario series in terms of fan love.

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  • Content May Be Graphic – Series Conspectus

    Content May Be Graphic – Series Conspectus

    An introduction to our look at the graphic design, presentation, artistic rendering, and evolution of the digital artforms of video games and film, with an additional focus on the visual continuity between various cross-media brands and products.

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  • D.A.S. Game – Series Conspectus

    D.A.S. Game – Series Conspectus

    It’s time to learn something new about your favorite classic games. Join us for an in-depth review of the history of the various tentpole franchises within classic gaming, all from the unique and learned perspective of a speedrun streamer and professional gamer.

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  • For Whom the Box Beeps

    For Whom the Box Beeps

    Music does far more than just soothe the savage beasts of our psyche. The sonic experience viscerally brings virtual and cinematic worlds to life. Join us in our examination of the evolution of video game and synth music in tandem with storied and largely influential arrangements used in film and animation.

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