Legend of Zelda

‘Breath of the Wild’ delivers ennui and malaise in empty space

‘Breath of the Wild’ delivers ennui and malaise in empty space

By Zachary Landau | Staff Writer I would not be the man I am today if it was not for “The Legend of Zelda.” I don’t say that in some sort of sappy, wholesome way. I mean this in the “this is the series that gave rise to the cynicism and bitterness that binds me […]

Games Done Quick speedruns for cancer awareness

Games Done Quick speedruns for cancer awareness

By Grant Stoner | Staff Writer Last Sunday, the bi-annual charity Awesome Games Done Quick finished with a rousing success, raising over $2 million for the Prevent Cancer Foundation. Aside from completing various games in record times, the organization also surpassed a new milestone by receiving more than $1 million worth of donations in a […]

Nintendo switches things up with next console

Nintendo switches things up with next console

By Grant Stoner | Staff Writer Last week, Nintendo unveiled their latest system to the masses, the Nintendo Switch. This new piece of hardware looks to bridge the gap between home entertainment and portability, both hallmarks of Nintendo consoles. The announcement trailer opens with a young man playing the long-awaited “The Legend of Zelda: Breath […]

‘Twilight Princess’ misses the mark twice

‘Twilight Princess’ misses the mark twice

By Zachary Landau | The Duquesne Duke It feels weird reviewing “The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD” considering the next entry in the franchise is releasing later this year. It conveys a lack of confidence in a product when a company rereleases one of its most commercially successful games in the lead up to […]