'Remember The Game?' is a retro gaming podcast, hosted by comedian Adam Blank.
Each week, Adam and his guest get together and spend some time reminiscing about a video game from the good old days. No history lessons here, just two nerds remembering a game they played before the weight of adulthood crushed their spirits.
New episodes are posted every Wednesday! Search "Remember The Game" on your favourite podcast service, or just use one of these handy links:
The Legend of Zelda North American Release Date - July 1987
What can I possibly say about The Legend of Zelda that hasn't already been said?
It's one of the most influential and iconic games of all-time. It launched one of the greatest franchises in the history of the industry. It's an absolutely masterpiece that - for my money - is as enjoyable today as it was over THIRTY years ago. It might even be better now, because the internet is around to help you.
I didn't play this much as a kid. It wasn't until A Link to the Past that I really discovered the greatness that is The Legend of Zelda franchise. I finally went back and played through it from beginning to end earlier this year, and I've been jonesing to talk about it ever since. I think it says a ton about this game when literally every thing it did has been improved upon in different games over the years, but it's still a blast to play. It's legendary.
This might be the shortest podcast post I've written so far, but I just don't know what else to say. My buddy David Rae is my guest this week, and we spend almost 50 minutes talking about gaming royalty. It's all about The Legend of Zelda this time around. Enjoy!
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