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Best The Legend Of Zelda podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best The Legend Of Zelda podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Welcome to the Ghibliotheque, the podcast that leafs through the library of films from the world’s greatest animation studio, Studio Ghibli. Michael Leader (Little White Lies, Sight & Sound), an avowed Ghibli fanatic, is sitting down with Jake Cunningham (The Independent, BFI), who has never seen any of the Studio’s work before. Together they'll be looking at the history behind Ghibli's films (including Spirited Away, My Neighbour Totoro and Princess Mononoke), getting a critical perspective ...
 
Explore the Super Nintendo catalog at random with the intrepid Super Nintendo Exploration Squad. Every other week, a rotating crew of SelectButtoneers select a game from the SNES library at random. Afterwards, we discuss it using the five standardized metrics for scoring a video game: Gun, Vanity, Mystery, Poetry, and Harmony. We dive in deep on games you've never heard of with some of the brightest minds in video game criticism.There are also a healthy amount of digressions and unrelated ba ...
 
Exploration of the new, old and experimental music of the Island nation, and how they rock the world from dusk to the rising sun. Every Monday night at 11 PM listeners journey across the Pacific to Japan with producers Danny Hiltz and Cody Winters . Danny and Cody have been producing Japan Jukebox for three years now and were introduced to Japanese music through video games such as Final Fantasy, Mega Man and Legend of Zelda. Intrigued by the unique compositions, they started digging deeper ...
 
Remember getting stuck in Zelda, only to discover the secret you were missing the next day? Or being jealous of the kid who had Nintendo Power? In the internet age when you get stuck in a game, it's easy to find the solution online. Too easy. On Retro Reset, we're gaming like it's 199X-- no guides, no GameFAQs, no internet. We're resetting our brain console and relearning how to discover the worlds of gaming for ourselves.
 
Melting Plot is an actual play RPG podcast where we play as a randomly selected group of characters from among popular movie, TV, or video game franchises. We put those characters into a catastrophic scenario to see how they handle life at the end of the world. Each season features a brand new story with new characters - which are determined by rolling from a list which includes characters from movies like Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, the Matrix, and Aliens - video games like Mario, the Leg ...
 
I will talk about books that I have read, and give my honest review of them.Some of the books I will have recommended to me by my "Book Club", some I have chosen from the library.This is my first podcasting show.for notifications of when new episodes are up please follow my Instagram @ashertalksbooks
 
GHN on VGF (Gaming Humor & News on @VGFGamers) was created in 2012 and has become one of the largest gaming communities on Twitter with over 250,000 followers. With over 10 years of radio and broadcasting experience, Ross enlisted the help of Micah Everett to co-host the video podcast and carry us to the promise land. Although the show is gaming centric, the guys also talk about whatever is on their mind and burning a hole in their brains. You can watch the video version of the podcast on Tw ...
 
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Link returns from sumo lessons with Mayor Bo in Ordon to find King Bulblin kidnapping Colin in Kakariko Village. Link races King Bulblin through Hyrule Field and throws him off of Eldin Bridge. With Colin safely recovering in Renado's care, Link travels up Death Mountain. A Goron Elder tests Link's resolve with a sumo match. Impressed by his streng…
 
The Rankin/Bass cartoon The Hobbit, released in 1977, features beautiful artwork, catchy music, and great acting. As a child of the 1980s, science fiction author Matthew Kressel is one of the film’s many fans. “It was kind of tear-jerking re-watching this,” Kressel says in Episode 427 of the Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy podcast. “I think maybe 20 yea…
 
Michael, Jake and Steph come to the end of Satoshi Kon's short filmography with a voyage into a world of dreams. To many, Paprika is Kon's best-known film, widely released, broadly praised and, if you believe the internet, ripped off by Christopher Nolan in Inception. But is watching Paprika a dream or a nightmare? Follow Ghibliotheque on Twitter: …
 
An episode a long time in the making! YoshiKyon & Emosoda are joined by the one and only, TreZc0, to discuss the changes currently taking place within the OOTR community and how they'll impact on all of us. We go in-depth on what can be done from the back-end to get people more invested, how everyone else in the community can take steps to get more…
 
Tim, Greg, Blessing, and Imran discuss Fast and Furious Crossroads, Before I Forget, 3 Out of 10, Peggle Blast, and what we expect from the rest of the Switch's life. Time Stamps - What We Have Been Playing00:01:00 - DefJamWhat We Have Been Playing00:09:00 - Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater Remake00:17:55 - Fast and Furious Crossroads00:26:50 - Peggle Blast0…
 
In Memory of Spike After mourning for a year, Troytle steps back into his Pokemon Trainer Pants and heads back to Violet City to take on the gym... or so he hoped. Social Media: Follow the show on twitter at @TPPTPPTPwTP or follow Troytle directly at @TroytlePower! We Can Make This Work Probably Network: This podcast is a production of the We Can M…
 
Game Boy wasn't the most powerful portable on the market back in the early ’90s—that was Atari's Lynx. Just what did Atari have to offer gamers in the place of international hits like Mario and Tetris? With this first Lynx-centric overview, we'll look at Nintendo's contemporary handheld competition and see what the most established name in gaming b…
 
Could buying WB Games solve Xbox’s exclusive title problem? Ross and Micah hit on what that purchase could mean for the industry as a whole. Plus, is there actually a connection between video games and violent behavior? How serious should gamers take video game addiction?GHN on VGF (Gaming Humor & News on @VGFGamers) was created in 2012 and has bec…
 
Over the past five years, Kenneth Kully has recorded more than 100 episodes of Spam Spam Spam Humbug, a podcast devoted to the Ultima series of computer role-playing games. That might seem like a lot of time to spend discussing a series that released its last major installment in 1999, but Ultima has always forged an unusually strong connection wit…
 
Michael, Steph and Jake's journey into the animated work of Satoshi Kon continues with the director's foray into TV: the twisty, twisted mystery series Paranoia Agent. Follow Ghibliotheque on Twitter: @ghibliotheque @MichaelJLeader – Michael @jakehcunningham – Jake @_stephwatts - Steph And get in touch via email at ghibli@littledotstudios.com Produ…
 
Boulderdash! We've arrived... it's the start of TroytlePower's next major Audio-Only Let's Play series: Golden Sun! In this episode, the town of Vale is pelted by Boulders, and we get a glimpse of life three years after catastrophe. Social Media: Follow the show on twitter at @TPPTPPTPwTP or follow Troytle directly at @TroytlePower! We Can Make Thi…
 
In the follow up episode to the Left4Dead episode, Michael returns to the Valve universe and touches on the stories, myths, and theories behind the smash sequel, Left4Dead 2! Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review! Looking for some exclusive Video Game Mythos & Thirteen Palm Trees merch? Check out our MERCH STORE! Hit us up on social media to…
 
It's a scientific fact that stories about maniacal ax-wielding children are always entertaining. I Hate Fairyland is no exception, although I guess technically it's about a woman who just looks like a kid because she's spent 27 years stuck in a sugary wonderland. We read the first 5 issues of writer/artist Skottie Young's recent Image series and th…
 
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Metroidvania games and action-RPGs are closely intertwined, and perhaps no developer had more influence on the shape and direction of action-RPGs like Nihon Falcom. This episode is devoted to their follow-ups to the original Dragon Slayer and Xanadu... as well as an all-new property that would become one of the company's best-loved works. Though no…
 
On this week's Vookcast, Angelo is joined by Ollie and Michael, our Discord moderator, to dig into the Nintendo Gigaleak which unfolded a lot of development details from many high-profile SNES and N64 games. There’s also the new Animal Crossing: New Horizons which helps lay further foundations for island backups and restoration (sort of…?), pricing…
 
The NES's 1988 lineup begins with the debut of a gaming legacy. Renegade gave us both the River City/Kunio franchise AND the Double Dragon franchise, and given what lies ahead in the near future for both NES and Game Boy, we definitely need to have a look into the origins of these brawly species. Special thanks this episode to Steve Lin and the Vid…
 
The metroidvania genre expanded greatly in 1987 as developers grew more confident in their design concepts and technology began to expand to accommodate their ambitions. Nintendo's Famicom/Disk System/NES platform proved to be especially fertile ground for innovation, as these three different takes on the format demonstrate. While you could arguabl…
 
In Episode 27 of the podcast Tom, Phoenix and Billy discuss 11 Guy Ritchie movies before ranking the films. In the back third of the show, Tom interviews Seattle-based musician Bug Hunter. Episode guide: 11:27 – Crime Films 40:44 – Charisma Check – Best Characters in Guy Ritchie Films 50:23 – Non-Original Properties 1:15:52 – Game Pass Forever: Gea…
 
Science fiction author Arkady Martine holds a PhD in Byzantine history, which she puts to good use in her first novel A Memory Called Empire. The story is inspired by the historical figure Petros Getadarj, who surrendered part of Armenia to the Byzantines. “I got deeply fascinated by, ‘What’s it like to be that guy’?” Martine says in Episode 425 of…
 
It’s Christmas this week on the Konology, the miniseries that looks at the work of anime legend Satoshi Kon. Michael, Jake and Steph watch Kon's holiday comedy drama, Tokyo Godfathers. Follow Ghibliotheque on Twitter: @ghibliotheque @MichaelJLeader – Michael @jakehcunningham – Jake And get in touch via email at ghibli@littledotstudios.com Produced …
 
We return with some cool things you can check out that our friends made and a long talk about the strange idea of a ‘starter’ RPG in 2020. Also, we desperately need someone to tell us why people care about Geno, because we don’t know and we don’t know anyone else who knows either. Send us questions about our game clubs, other games, or gaming in ge…
 
YeeeeEEEHAW! Okay, it turns out TroytlePower has w-a-a-a-a-y too many of these cheap eShop games, but it turns out this one is really good! Oil your guns, put on your spurs, and saddle up for this arcade-style, western-themed, bullet hell shooter! Social Media: Follow the show on twitter at @TPPTPPTPwTP or follow Troytle directly at @TroytlePower! …
 
Go fast, don't crash! Troytle checks out a game where you drive a car and try not to crash. It's like an endless runner, but in a car, and it's pretty decent! Social Media: Follow the show on twitter at @TPPTPPTPwTP or follow Troytle directly at @TroytlePower! We Can Make This Work Probably Network: This podcast is a production of the We Can Make T…
 
The German science fiction series Dark recently concluded its third and final season. Journalist Ruairi Carroll is a big fan of the show, though he was often flummoxed by its complex time travel plot. “I would love to be in the writers room,” Carroll says in Episode 424 of the Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy podcast. “I have a picture in my head that th…
 
Next in the Konology miniseries that looks at the work of anime legend Satoshi Kon, Michael, Jake and Steph discuss Kon's second feature film, Millennium Actress. Follow Ghibliotheque on Twitter: @ghibliotheque @MichaelJLeader – Michael @jakehcunningham – Jake And get in touch via email at ghibli@littledotstudios.com Produced by Michael Leader, Jak…
 
We are back, and this week, Ryan is tackling something that crosses the line of video game and anime. That's right, Dragon Ball Z. Introducing this series, and the games that come with it, Ryan takes us on a cosmic journey! Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review! Looking for some exclusive Video Game Mythos & Thirteen Palm Trees merch? Check …
 
ack in the olden days of 2019 we spent about three months both playing Final Fantasy VII, one of the most iconic and influential JRPGs ever made, for the first time. As luck would have it this was done just in time for Square Enix to release the first part of their heavily requested and highly anticipated remake. So how did it turn out? Is it compa…
 
In our debut Tandem Legends Sidequests episode, we begin the infamous television phenomenon, The Legend of Zelda Animated Series. In this first episode, titled The Ringer, we're introduced to Link, a former adventurer now reluctantly protecting the Triforce of Wisdom, Zelda, the exasperated princess simply trying to host an amateur magicians compet…
 
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