NintendoEverything Book Club – The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, PART 2

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1 day ago by (@NE_Austin)
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Most of you don’t listen to our podcast, but if you did, you would know that we’ll be restarting the podcast-tied “Book Club” again all about the video game The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. If you’ve never heard of or participated in a book club, it’s pretty much what it sounds like: We all play a game at sort of the same pace, and every week we discuss in detail that week’s goings on in the game on “Here’s a Podcast”.

You can share your thoughts on the second part of the game using the Google Form below, or feel free to post a comment. Remember, we aren’t looking for general thoughts on the game– we want thoughts about this particular section of the game! Play along with us, or go based on memory, but we like depth because we love games. Hooray!

We’ll select a few of your guys’ thoughts to read on the podcast and help spur further discussion, so leave a name and location if you like.

For this week: From the game’s second temple (the sandy place) up through the acquisition of the Master Sword.


Tell us your thoughts with this easy and handy form!

Or head over to the forums!

~Austin

 


Tri-Strip hitting the North American Wii U eShop next week

Posted under News, Wii U eShop
1 day ago by (@NE_Brian)
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Form Up Studios and Sc0tt Games are bringing out a new “retro-themed single-player puzzle game” for the Wii U eShop next week called Tri-Strip.

Below is a brief overview of the title:

It’s a retro-themed single-player puzzle game, much in the style of 90′s era puzzle games. Score points by arranging rows of triangular tiles into quads. Your score multiplies by however many quads you can create in a single move. Enjoy strategic gameplay at a fast pace in the Arcade mode. Push yourself to the limit in the five Challenge modes. Weep for mercy in the time-based challenges of the Super-Hardcore mode!

Tri-Strip will be available on February 5 for $1.99. Check out a trailer below.