The Gerudo Era, part 11Shehra followed the Goron to the cave where Goron City was, in awe. Link was his name like her father’s? It made Shehra wonder much about him. “Um, L-L-Link?” she asked, hesitant to call him that considering the strangeness of the situation.
“Yes?” Link the Goron replied.
“I’m curious, where did you get that name from?” Shehra asked.
“My father gave it to me. He named me after the great hero of the Gorons who killed off the Dodongos and returned out main source of food back to our people,” Link replied.
“And who is your father?” Shehra asked.
At this, Link paused bringing his hands to his now hung-down head where he was rubbing his eyes as he began to cry, an act that caught Shehra off-guard. The Gerudos were a tough and firm people, not much of a crying type, but she figured that whatever had happened in this city involved this young Goron’s father. She had to get him to settle down if she was to get any ans
JackHammer Reviews: The L.O.Z. Twilight PrincessHey JackHammer here and welcome to another video game review, and today we'll be looking at one of my very favorite if not my favorite game in the Zelda franchise, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. (Oh and some possible spoilers might be coming up)
While I do admire Ocarina of Time for setting the standard for most action-adventure games, What I love about Twilight Princess is that it feels more like a movie, while still being a fun game to play, with more realistic characters, a darker tone, a mix of epic, scary, and beautiful music, and legitimate drama.
As the first Zelda game to be rated T for Teen, the people at Nintendo really took advantage of it with some pretty scary monsters and some pretty brutal scenes (like when Midna literally stabs Zant in the chest with her powers)
In every Zelda game, Nintendo would take the Zelda f
JackHammer Reviews: The L.O.Z. Majora's MaskHey JackHammer here with another video game review, and today we'll be looking the 2nd of the 5 Zelda games I played, The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.
Now, this is sort of a direct sequel to Ocarina of Time where Link leaves Hyrule and comes across the land of Termina.
First off, I like how this game gives us something different than Ocarina of Time, like giving us a different setting other than Hyrule for a change, Taking out Princess Zelda (only showing her in one flashback), giving us the ability to time travel with only 3 days before the end of the world, possibly some of the coolest masks ever made, and a cool villain outside of Ganondorf (which in this case is Majora's Mask)
Some people might be turned off by the fact that the main plot is shorter than Ocarina of Time with less dungeons and boss battles, but they made up for that with some cool side quests (My favorite side quest would be the one with Anju and Kafei)
JackHammer Reviews: The L.O.Z. Ocarina of TimeHey JackHammer here and welcome to my first ever video game review, and we'll be looking at what is arguably the most popular game from one of the biggest video game franchises of all time, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
Now just to let you know, I do love The Legend of Zelda, but I only play the 3D Zelda games that were on the Nintendo 64, Gamecube, or Wii. 5 of them to be exact, but I'll get to those games another time.
But back on to Ocarina of Time, what can I say that hasn't been said, It pretty much revolutionized both the Zelda franchise and Video Games in general.
It has the same classic story as most Zelda games, but also like most Zelda games, Nintendo still manages to make it feel fresh. The quests are fun, the music is memorable, the world of Hyrule is nice to look at, the monsters are fun to kill, and the characters although weird at times are still loveable.
While A Link to the Past was notorious for introducing the famous 3 tri