Zelda T-Shirt – A Link to my past.
April 8, 2013 §
It’s dangerous to go alone! Take this t-shirt.
The Legend of Zelda games have a special place in my heart. Therefore it’s high time I looked at a Zelda T-Shirt, and this one is my favourite. Me and Link go way back, so we’re both pretty olde school.
There has never been a series of games that has had an effect on me like the Zelda titles. Shigeru Miyamoto created freedom within those games, as well as an epic storyline, wonderful characters, suspense, mystery and, above all else, fun. Each title, without exception, has been a joy to play, and some of them have even taken over my life for short periods of time. Ocarina of Time was immense and made choosing the N64 over the original Playstation a great decision for me. The fact that I am actually humming Epona’s song to myself now demonstrates how much I enjoyed that game. And then Twilight Princess owned me too. It was a fantastic game with excellent elements which turned the Wii from a gimmicky machine into a serious gaming platform (albeit for a limited number of titles). And I completed that game three times – twice at 100% – all objects found and every inch of Hyrule covered. It was great. But even before stunning graphics, the old Zelda games I had on my SNES and Game Boy were just as fun. Fun. Pure, joyful fun. I still love the feeling of running through Hyrule field and occasionally killing orcs, because it meant I was off on an adventure, even if I didn’t know what that adventure was. I don’t get to have so many adventures these days, either in real life or in video games, but at least I know I can always grab a copy of a Legend of Zelda game and head off to rescue a Princess. That’s a nice thing to have.
This charming Link T-Shirt comes to you from Stylinonline.com where it costs $19.88 and comes in brown. Sizes range from small to XXL, though at the time of writing, only small and XL were in stock. So, go grab some heart pieces, do some forward rolls and smash the sh*t out of everything with your sword as you run all over the place. You know you want to.