Last year we revealed our Magic: The Gathering expansion based on the original Legend of Zelda. Its creator, GR associate KREATIVEassassin, continued his work and has since made a larger, even more thorough set of cards that focus on Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. Millions love Zelda, millions play the card game, and both of these properties involve magic, monsters and all kinds of mysterious artifacts – in other words, they’re a perfect fit. If you’re a fan of one, you’ll really get a kick out of this. If you’re a fan of both, hoo boy, this is amazing. The cards’ abilities, functions and type weren’t chosen willy nilly – they’re dead-on accurate to the NES game, and are expertly transferred into the rules of Magic: The Gathering. KREATIVE even went and invented a couple of new terms (Headshot, for one) that work great in this expansion, yet could easily be transferred into the real MTG game. Enough talk!
Videogame music has grown tremendously over the years. From humble bleeps and blorps that could have doubled as fart noises to sweeping soundtracks that fill two discs with ease, gamers have grown increasingly fond of the melodies chirping out of their TV. And there's perhaps no set of tunes more adored than those that ring throughout the many adventures of Link. Anyone who's even held a controller in the past 20 years should instantly recognize