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Zelda Nintendo Wii

Zelda

Format:
Nintendo Wii

Genre:
Adventuring

Style:
Thirdperson
Singleplayer

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Legend of Zelda gets the podcast treatment as we spend half an hour talking about what these games mean to us.

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Hello, my name's Paul Govan, welcome to the very first Game People Podcast. Each week we'll be bringing a collection of writers from the website to look at a particular video game series.

This week we are going to be looking at The Legend of Zelda and I've got the following collection of niche artisan writers of the site to take us through it.

We'll be talking about the games in detail so be aware we may give a few things away if you've not finished it yet.

Videogame Podcast Guests

Andy Robertson appears in this podcast. "Videogame reviews for the whole family, not just the kids. I dig out videogame experiences to intrigue and interest grownups and children. This is post-hardcore gaming where accessibility, emotion and storytelling are as important as realism, explosions and bravado."

Alex Beech appears in this podcast. "Games connect us to exhilaration in various ways. I love mine to scare me. Although the shock, horror and gore are all pretty unnerving, nothing comes close to the sweaty palms of playing games that take you to ridiculously high places - InFamous, Mirror's Edge and Uncharted to name a few."

Andy Robertson's appears in this podcast.

Jon Seddon appears in this podcast. "Dress-up is the door to a world of make believe and theatre. I review games that let me escape my world and take on a myriad of roles. I love games that emphasise my character and the choices I can make - whether I am merely outfitting them for the fight or choosing which of my crew to save."

Mark Clapham appears in this podcast. "I love a good story. Games tell many different stories: the stories told through cut scenes and dialogue, but also the stories that emerge through gameplay, the stories players make for themselves."


Here's what we have written about the Zelda series previously:

The Legend of Zelda will get a new direction in its next title. Here are 5 things that will likely be part of the shape of the Wii U exclusive Zelda adventure... read now

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The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker is one of the most beloved Zelda games, but has perhaps been played by few. The good news is, it is getting an updated HD version for the Wii U, with a host of new features... read now

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Zelda Spirit Tracks on the DS is a world to lose myself in. This stained glass window is my homage to all those joyful hours in Hyrule that made my real world train journeys go so fast... read now

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