Tag: Ocarina of Time

  • Hall of Fame: Revisited – Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

    Hall of Fame: Revisited – Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

    After six years — Terry Randolph finally played Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. See what his thoughts are, as well as if he feels it’s still a Hall of Fame game.

    After six years — Terry Randolph finally played Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. See what his thoughts are, as well as if he feels it’s still a Hall of Fame game.

  • WWPTW – Hello Christmas Chaos Edition

    WWPTW – Hello Christmas Chaos Edition

    By the Last Token Gaming Staff   Marshall Garvey – Doom (2016 reboot, PS4) Oh how good it feels to be gaming again! I had a magnificent 28th birthday, and was gifted two games for PS4: Until Dawn and the 2016 reboot of Doom. I’ll be doing a video review of UD, but due to…

    By the Last Token Gaming Staff   Marshall Garvey – Doom (2016 reboot, PS4) Oh how good it feels to be gaming again! I had a magnificent 28th birthday, and was gifted two games for PS4: Until Dawn and the 2016 reboot of Doom. I’ll be doing a video review of UD, but due to…

  • What We’re Playing This Week – Happy Halloween/November Edition

    What We’re Playing This Week – Happy Halloween/November Edition

    Jake Rushing – Dead Space Extraction (Wii), Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time (N64) With Halloween ending around the corner, I knew that I was on the last chapter, so I’ll finish the last chapter of Dead Space Extraction and I will be done with all of the games planned to be played for October.…

    Jake Rushing – Dead Space Extraction (Wii), Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time (N64) With Halloween ending around the corner, I knew that I was on the last chapter, so I’ll finish the last chapter of Dead Space Extraction and I will be done with all of the games planned to be played for October.…

  • 1998: The Greatest Year in Gaming History

    1998: The Greatest Year in Gaming History

    By Marshall Garvey Being an unabashed history geek, one of my most distinct (re: pathetic) habits is to chronicle the most superlative years of a given field. It’s a habit some might find downright anal and, perhaps, kind of pointless. After all, many believe history is better learned by de-emphasizing year and date memorization. But…

    By Marshall Garvey Being an unabashed history geek, one of my most distinct (re: pathetic) habits is to chronicle the most superlative years of a given field. It’s a habit some might find downright anal and, perhaps, kind of pointless. After all, many believe history is better learned by de-emphasizing year and date memorization. But…

  • Top 10 Most Annoying Sidekicks

    Top 10 Most Annoying Sidekicks

    By the Last Token Gaming Staff As is commonly noted amongst gamers and critics today, it’s stunning to see how far video games have come in a very short amount of time. But while titles have taken lunar leaps in areas like graphics, storytelling, voice acting and music, there’s still a frequent flaw that persists…

    By the Last Token Gaming Staff As is commonly noted amongst gamers and critics today, it’s stunning to see how far video games have come in a very short amount of time. But while titles have taken lunar leaps in areas like graphics, storytelling, voice acting and music, there’s still a frequent flaw that persists…

  • Hall of Fame Review – Star Wars: Rogue Squadron (1998)

    Hall of Fame Review – Star Wars: Rogue Squadron (1998)

    By Marshall Garvey Publisher: LucasArts Platforms: Nintendo 64, Microsoft Windows Release Date: December 3, 1998 Mode: Single player Genre: Action, Shooter Part of the challenge of making a truly A-grade Star Wars game is the sheer abundance of its universe. Even though the official status of this expanded canon may be in jeopardy, as my…

    By Marshall Garvey Publisher: LucasArts Platforms: Nintendo 64, Microsoft Windows Release Date: December 3, 1998 Mode: Single player Genre: Action, Shooter Part of the challenge of making a truly A-grade Star Wars game is the sheer abundance of its universe. Even though the official status of this expanded canon may be in jeopardy, as my…

  • Childhood Gaming Traumas: The ReDeads from “The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time”

    Childhood Gaming Traumas: The ReDeads from “The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time”

    By Marshall Garvey Being born in 1989, I wasn’t introduced to the Zelda franchise until the blockbuster release of Ocarina of Time in 1998. Even when it came out, I had no personal interest in playing it, and only did so upon the insistence of my uncle Tim. With an N64 for Christmas that year…

    By Marshall Garvey Being born in 1989, I wasn’t introduced to the Zelda franchise until the blockbuster release of Ocarina of Time in 1998. Even when it came out, I had no personal interest in playing it, and only did so upon the insistence of my uncle Tim. With an N64 for Christmas that year…