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    Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy – Game of the Month

    Nostalgia is a powerful thing, but only inasmuch as it is able to recapture the same emotions from which it was derived. It is now commonplace for media companies to exploit beloved franchises from the past to make a quick buck, oftentimes delivering an overall disappointing product. While consumers have become wary of anything associated […] More

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    Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses Ticket Winner Announced

    Congratulations to Daniel for winning our ticket giveaway! Thank you to everyone who participated and thank you to the Zelda Symphony for allowing us to interview you and providing tickets. See you next year! Daniel will have until noon today to claim the tickets or another winner will be drawn. Win Two Tickets to The Legend […] More

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    The Overlooked Adventure of Zelda 2

    The newest entry to the Zelda franchise, Breath of the Wild, is considered by many to be a return-to-form for the series. It recaptures the original title’s sense of intrepid exploration and challenging combat while implementing many quality of life improvements that earlier entries sorely needed. Some of these additions include elements more commonly seen […] More

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    Why I put down A Link to the Past

    When you ask fans of The Legend of Zelda what the best game in the franchise is you’re bound to get a smattering of answers. It’s a loaded question, one that often involves diving into nostalgic childhood memories. Yet every time I see a ranking of the Zelda games there are usually two at the top: […] More

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    Enter to Win 2 Tickets to the Zelda Symphony at Comic-Con!

    It’s that time of year again for Top Shelf Gaming’s Zelda Week(end)! We’re giving away two tickets to The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses on Friday, July 21 in San Diego. All you have to do is check out our Zelda coverage over the weekend and Monday to find the entry form! The […] More