The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker

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    The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time was released in the November of 1998. Upon its release it was widely acclaimed from critics to players. It’s rare for a game for its age to still be in talks today decades later. On “Metacritic” it's in the top 3 highest rated games of all time. It's a game every 90’s kids remember and have played. No one expected for Ocarina of Time to split the Zelda timeline into 3 and leave the games into a whole new disaster. There are spoilers ahead for the Ocarina of Time

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    want to play more modernized games, I would highly suggest students take the time to appreciate what the classic genre has to offer. The Zelda franchise literally formed the gaming industry into the industry it is today. One of the games that has shifted the Zelda franchise is The Legend of Zelda Wind Waker. Similarly to the mass of the other ZELDA games; Wind Waker approaches gameplay with an almost identical trial. On Outset Island it is a young warrior named Link’s birthday. It is a special day

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    There were two other BS Zelda games: Ancient Stone Tablets and Triforce of the Gods. Ancient Stone Tablets was a sequel to A Link to the Past in which the player's BS avatar was drawn into Hyrule while Triforce of the Gods was merely a port of A Link to the Past without even a name change between the Japanese SNES and BS releases. Stateside, American games didn't get the Satellaview and very few people owned a CD-i to play those three games, and whether you’d want to is another story altogether

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    Part1/2 Design has factored a great amount in my life. It has told me what to choose and what not to choose in clothing, grocery, and book stores. Design influences me in these places because it helps me to be aware of what I’m buying and what is physically appealing to me as a consumer. One time I was at the grocery store with my mother, and I bought 20oz Fuji water bottles for the both of us. While I was in line, waiting to pay for the water bottles, I started to think of why the company of

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    all leading up to this moment. Either I win or the world would be plunged into chaos once more. That’s how playing video games felt when I was 8. I have always loved video games and the work that goes into them. None more than the Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. I have known that I wanted to enter the game industry for a long time. I began my sophomore year by leaving the traditional high school environment and opted to attend the Center for Technology, Essex instead. Enrolling in the Pre-Tech

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    Hank Moody once said “People seem to be getting dumber and dumber. You know, I mean we have all this amazing technology…” Unfortunately, this is a common way of thinking; assuming that society as a whole is just becoming dumber as time progresses. However, contrary to popular belief, people are not dumbing down. In fact, just the opposite is true, and in his book Everything Bad is Good For You, Steven Johnson explains how as time progresses, Americans in general are becoming smarter without even

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    In a Nintendo Direct back in late January of 2013, Legend of Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma claims that with Zelda WiiU, they plan to "rethink the conventions of Zelda" in order to get back to the basics of the franchise. Later, at the Game Awards in December of 2014, Aonuma along with series creator Shigeru Miyamoto showed off some footage of the game that, while only a small glimpse, really gives the vibe that they actually are trying to take the franchise back to its roots. This will be a

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    who wants to call themselves a gamer has to have some idea as to what Zelda is. It is among one of the most popular video game series out there and has created its own cultural wellspring. There have been spin off cartoons, websites, walkthroughs, forms, etc…but strangely enough the story for one of the video games doesn’t change much. You are this elf looking boy or adult named Link that is on a quest to rescue Princess Zelda, reunite the Triforce, and save the land of Hyrule from evils such as

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    This essay will talk about how Nintendo is currently the best company in the video game race. It will discuss all of Nintendo’s innovations to the video gaming industry as a whole and how without Nintendo, the video game industry would be drastically different. An example of an event that would have altered the video game industry without Nintendo would be the Video Game Crash of 1983, where video games were being reproduced at a rate where all copies couldn’t be sold and how all of the games at

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    Olivier Leroy 26/04/2016 The GrandFathers of Video Games From the classic plumber in the red jumpsuit to the first ever motion-controlled console, the classic and most iconic video game company have been revolutionising the world of entertainment since their debut in the console market in 1983. Nintendo was originally founded in 1889 as a Japanese playing card company by a man named Fusajiro Yamauchi

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