The Legend of Zelda

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  • The Legend Of Zelda

    For this paper I chose the character Link from The Legend of Zelda series. I am going to be mostly be going off the title The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, therefore my examples and explanations will also be from that title. Link is the main protagonist in all The Legend of Zelda games. At the beginning of Links life he was left with the Deku Tree, at the Kokiri Forest by his mother because of the war that had been going on at that time. Link was raised with the Kokiri. The Kokiri forest was home to the “forest children”, which are essentially little elf people that never grow up. All of the Kokiri had their own fairy. However, since Link was not an actual Kokiri was left without a fairy. Link was often picked on by the forest children…

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  • Legend Of Zelda

    The Legend of Zelda: Collector's Edition is a compilation of four of Nintendo's best "Zelda" games. This collection includes two games for the Nintendo Entertainment System and two games from the Nintendo 64. Each game is a faithful reproduction of the original game. The stories, enemies, and item placements are as you remember them. However, each game has received a minor facelift. While the graphics remain the same, each game now runs at a higher resolution. This higher resolution lets you see…

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  • The Storytelling: The Legend Of Zelda

    Storytelling has evolved throughout the history of humans. The early stages of storytelling were drawings on a rock wall and developed to stories in a book. Now it’s stories in video games. Video games tell stories from saving princesses from a giant, fire-breathing turtle king to the battlefield of a war. Video games allow the audience to actually experience the story rather than just listening and allowing the listener’s imagination to create the story. Just like stories, video games have…

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  • Bloody Mary Myths

    Examining the Legend of Bloody Mary and the Relationship to Young Girls Nikyra Capson Bloody Mary has become a hoax associated with the coming of age for pre-teen girls and has multiple versions and different roots depending on the context on which it is given. A hoax is a legend used by the teller to alter certain behaviors of the listeners, usually by fear. In the case of this particular legend, the teller is trying to get others to attempt to summon Bloody Mary’s ghost. This legend is a…

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  • Comparing Love In Romeo And Juliet And The Legend Of Zelda

    different sides of the spectrum, a very famous play from the 1600’s and a video game series that has been ongoing since the 1980’s. In The Legend of Zelda series and Romeo and Juliet, both couples show how love is not bound to the living and can transcend even through death and eventually into a new life, whether it be in heaven or through reincarnation.although most people think these two subjects are not very similar, they are actually quite similar, with a main cast of two teens who are in…

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  • The Importance Of Internet Marketing Business

    Make sure to have your signature, which includes a link for your site, at the bottom of everything that you write online. If you participate in forums, place a link to your site in the signature of your posts. Make sure you link your website to your email. This helps you get the word about your website out to everyone you meet, and it may also have favorable SEO effects. Put a catchy slogan right before the link to encourage people to click it. If you are considering promoting your blog it is…

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  • The Legend Of Ganondo's Ocarina Of Time

    The fifth installment of the Legend of Zelda series, Ocarina of Time, is considered to be one of Nintendo’s most popular video games earning the title of best-selling game of 1998. After 18 years, Ocarina of Time still continues to maintain a high rating on professional gaming medias such as IGN and Gamespot. Initially when playing this action-adventure game the player is introduced to the young hero Link, who experiences a nightmare involving a man clad in black armor. As Link consults the…

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  • Zelda Songs Analysis

    When I was just a toddler, I would try to climb in the dishwasher and take everything out while mom was trying to do the dishes. In order to keep me from doing that, dad needed to play video games as long as they entranced me. One of the games he played was The Legend of Zelda. Growing up with this game and spending time with my dad while he played it fueled the love I developed for this game and it’s music. The first four songs on the soundtrack of my life, composed by Koji Kondo, are songs…

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  • Zelda II: The Adventures Of Link

    tons of Zelda games released by Nintendo over the past soon to be 30 years and just about each of them takes place in several various parts of a timeline. But here is a very interesting fact. Did you know that the first Zelda game ever released took place near the very end of the timeline? The end of the timeline belongs to its sequel Zelda II: The Adventures of Link. Every game after that kept journeying back in time starting with Zelda 3: Link to the Past and it went on from there. Here's…

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  • Portal 2 Essay

    game seemed basic, but hidden throughout are secrets that make the game, and its sequals, very rich and dense. This later led to one of my biggest interests as a gamer: theorising. I wasn’t just a person who played games, I took apart, analyzed, and made stories out of games. All of these skills then led to my favorite series in all of gaming: The Legend of Zelda. I was at a video game store browsing the selections, when I stumbled on a game that would change my life: The Legend of Zelda: Link…

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