Tycho: One of the more interesting things about playing The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is that you feel all kinds of new feelings, or “feels.” They come from a variety of places, but one of them is that you are actually having new experiences that effervesce through your trunk-zone. Show More Summary
Technology can be a wild beast. For anyone who lives and breathes tech, you know the rules are always changing. One day a certain smartphone like the Google Pixel is the coolest thing ever, the next you find out everyone has moved on to some other Android model. You try a new travel website that […]
People are doing wild things with waffle irons these days and wouldn't you know it this Saturday is International Waffle Day. One off-beat suggestion is to head to The Flying Cock in Murray Hill to gorge on their Breakfast Waffle Sandwich ($14) stuffed with bacon, eggs, cheese and avocado with an optional maple syrup topping. [ more › ]
The internet went wild Wednesday when reports surfaced that First lady Melania Trump "refuses" to sleep in the same bed as her husband, President Donald Trump -- even when they are in the same state. Read morehis | Linking Blogs | Comments
Did you know that you could feed an Octorok a rusty weapon and have it spit back a restored one? How about the fact that holding a fire rod or torch in cold environments will keep you warm? These are just a couple of the tidbits IGN shares in their feature of 100 little things in Breath of the Wild that will blow your mind. Check out the feature here!
Sometimes things are not what they seem. Take Woody Harrelson for example. While in conversation with Vulture, the actor revealed that despite people's perception of him being seen as a little wild, and despite the fact that he tried...Show More Summary
So far, my favorite thing about the new Zelda is how people are taking the mechanics presented and figuring out clever things to do with them, like hurtling through the air via rock-travel. That and the fact that if you spin around in front of dogs, they'll mimic you. Show More Summary
Tycho: In strips like Apophenia and Potential Thingness, we go into the type of puzzle that The Legend of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild has wedged in literally every crevice: puzzles you must recognize are puzzles. The distinction I would make is that every time we think something is a puzzle in Zelda, it has been. Show More Summary
It’s the experience that counts, right? Of the many things to collect in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, there’s a thing called Korok Seeds. There are 900 of them, hidden in all of the game’s locations. They’re a bit tricky to find, but because there are quite a lot of them, most […]
So, now that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is up and out for the Wii U and Nintendo Switch, gamers have already begun attempting speedruns to blast through the game as quickly as possible. And you won't believe some of the crazy things speedrunners are doing to beat Breath...
Gyro puzzles are some of the most maddening in all of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. But there's a way to take them on with the Switch that may be a lot easier to manage than what you've been trying.
Now that the Nintendo Switch Pro controller is out in the wild, hundreds of thousands of gamers are using the thing to enjoy their new console while lounging on the couch. Nintendo is grateful for all of that support. And if you don't believe us, all you have to do is read about it on the Pro...
From getting free items in stores to surviving the wilds, these are important mechanics and strategies you may not know about in Horizon Zero Dawn.
The San Diego Padres’ stadium is looking a little different. Good thing @Padres are in Arizona for #Springtraining --- Petco Park flooded today https://t.co/YxeVwo8kqA pic.twitter.com/EhsVhA2CQb — FOX 5 San Diego (@fox5sandiego) February 28, 2017 A series of events in San Diego led to Petco Park being completely underwater late on Monday night. Show More Summary
There are two things that seem to attract conservatives, young and old, to the annual CPAC event in National Harbor, MD. The first is the daily programming, which this year included speeches from esteemed President Donald Trump, esteemed President Stephen Bannon, White House Chief of Staff Reince Preibus and Ivanka… Read more...
The Chris Paul-less Clippers are doing their thing and playing the Warriors tough up in Oakland tonight. Draymond Green had a pretty horrendous first half, adding five turnovers to his three fouls. He also had five points and ended the half with a +/- of -9. Read more...
This comes from a Nintendo of Europe interview with Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma...NoE: Did anything funny, or unexpected, happen during the development of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild?EA: In Breath of the Wild we are using a proper physics engine, and this was a brand new experience for me. Show More Summary
It’s one thing to read “Where the Wild Things Are.” It’s another to have it read to you by Barack and Michelle Obama. To celebrate World Read Aloud Day, which inspires “children, teens, and adults worldwide to celebrate the power of words and [create] a community of readers taking action to show...
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the first mainline Zelda title to include paid DLC. Quite a number of fans are very angry about this. Let's break things down and see if the rage is worth it. If you like what you see, we'd love to have you subscribe!
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