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Pitching the FIRST EVER Live Action Legend of Zelda Film Series – Part 1: Rising Courage

Over the years, numerous gaming franchises, from Super Mario Bros and Mortal Kombat to World of Warcraft and Prince of Persia have (albeit with limited success) made the transition to the big screen with live-action film adaptations. However, there has been one glaring absentee in this list, that being the hugely beloved Legend of Zelda […]

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The Legend of Zelda: Shades of Time (FanFic) Chapter 10

Image via @ll_lrrr Hyrule’s Castle (Present) Zelda cautiously eyed the new visitors from her throne seat, as Nabooru, and her two guard companions walked down a carpeted aisle inching ever closer to her father in the throne room. Nabooru was slender, and yet, voluptuous and impossibly shredded all at once. Her Gerudo garbs left little […]

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New Hyrule Warriors Announced by Nintendo: Age of Calamity

Nintendo has surprised everyone again by announcing another new game this week. Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity launches November 20th, 2020. Last week, Nintendo announced Super Mario 3D All-Stars, a remastered collection of classic 3D Mario games. Until that point, we thought only Pikman 3 Deluxe was left to be released in 2020. According to […]

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Bloomberg Reports: New More Powerful Switch Coming in 2021

Nintendo news have been scarce over the Summer. While Microsoft and Sony prepare for the Holidays, and their respective next generation console launches, Nintendo has remained awfully quiet. The Nintendo Switch, both in its original hybrid form, and in the portable only Lite model, has been a massive success for Nintendo. The company couldn’t have […]

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A Skyward Sword Switch Remaster Apparently Exists

Wii’s Skyward Sword is the only pre Breath of the  Wild 3-D Zelda that has yet to be remade or remastered. Nintendo’s lack of urgency in porting Wind Waker HD, and Twilight Princess HD into the Nintendo Switch has had many a Zelda fan a bit bummed at the company, as the titles should be […]

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Opinion

Top Ten Greatest ‘The Legend of Zelda’ Games of All Time

The Legend of Zelda is one of the most successful video game series of all time. Here, I rank the series from the ‘worst’ (is there a bad Zelda game?) entry to the best entry. I’m obviously excluding the dreadful Phillips CD-i Zelda releases, as the creation rights were licensed to Phillips by Nintendo as […]

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The Legend of Zelda: Shades of Time (FanFic) Chapter 9

Lon Lon Ranch Present…. Malon nervously played with her hands as she watched her future husband to be sip hot coffee from a wooden mug as he waited for her father to awake from his seemly eternal slumber. Malon’s cheeks reddened at the realization that Stonard had arrived hours ago, and her father remained deep […]

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Opinion

The Rise and Fall of the Japanese Role-Playing Games

Before we start, let us make one thing clear; Japanese Role-Playing games are not dead. The genre never died, its games are everywhere around us in portable machines, mobile phones and in-home consoles. The word ‘demise’ in reference to the JRPG genre is more a description of the genre’s current state in comparison to its […]

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Nintendo’s Switch is the Biggest Winner of the Pandemic’s Video Game Sales Boom

While the effects of the Pandemic and the subsequent worldwide lockdowns hurt world economies and many industries a few have seen growth, in some cases exponentially. The Video Games Industry had one of the biggest surges in sales ever recorded for a month of March in it history. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One sales grew […]

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Throw Back Bit Thursday: Ocarina of Time The First Person Adventure That Almost Was

Every Thursday the Never Ending Realm will pay homage to older games by discussing tidbits of information that you might not know about the development of some of the most iconic titles in Video Gaming History. In this first installment we travel back in time to the mid 90’s where Nintendo’s EAD was hard at […]