Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you the HD remakes NO ONE asked for. EVER. Some backstory, back in the 90s, not every Legend of Zelda game was made by Nintendo. In truth, there were three games for the Philips CD-i (never heard of it? Exactly!) that were developed by other developers: Link: The Faces of Evil, Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon, and Zelda’s Adventure. To be honest, all three were pretty disappointing, and if you don’t believe me, check out Kotaku’s opinion of the Zelda CD-i games, if you dare….. Continue reading “Here’s the 3D Remasters of the CDi Zelda games that NOBODY Asked For…”
For the uninitiated, “Supreme Warrior” was an awful fighting game that took place in a first-person perspective that was released on the Sega CD (or Sega Mega CD), 3DO and the Sega 32X-CD (oh, sweet lord; that was a THING…) in 1994 and 1995. The less said about that game the better.
Anyway, YouTubers SoKrispyMedia show us why Super Smash Bros. with a VR headset in first person view would be an interesting experience, but considering the multiple fighters and varied levels (with many and sometime moving platforms) this could make the game problematic and difficult to play. Continue reading “First-Person ‘Super Smash Bros.’ Is a Weirdly-Awesome Version of ‘Supreme Warrior’…”
The “Draw My Life” videos are an internet meme that started this year (2013), after the upload of a video from YouTube personality Sam Pepper, resulting in other YouTube personalities began uploading Draw My Life videos, which consist of the video creator narrating their life’s story while drawing figures on a whiteboard. Apparently, the lovely Princess Zelda has caught wind of those popular “draw my life” videos and decided to give it the old college try. She must have SOME stories to tell, you know, from being kidnapped, put under deep sleep, secret/hidden identities, and taking matters into her own hands. Continue reading “Watch Princess Zelda “Draw Her Life”!”
Soon after Twitter unvieled the newest rendition of their official trademark logo, it didn’t take too long for some people to reinterpret the new logo into an artistic work. Take illustrator Ape Lad, who used the outlines of the new Twitter logo to produce images of Link from the Zelda games, Wolverine, Phillip J. Fry from Futurama, Linus Van Pelt from Peanuts, Yoda, Bugs Bunny, Woody and Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story, etc. Here’s a link to the rest of his Twitter logo-inspired graphics on his Flickr account. Check out some extra images after the break in this post. Continue reading “New Twitter Logo = Awesome New Art!”
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