System: Nintendo DS
Release Date: Feb 14, 2011
No. of Players: To be determined
Developer: Square Enix
~ Jose Gallardo~
Its been a pretty long time since the last update here at NB. Seems like I’m not the only one at Nintendo Bros who’s been bitten by the Chore Bug. Unfortunately, as dedicated as we are, our lifes become very busy from time to time, and I believe I speak for pretty much everyone on the Team. Alas, not only have I been busy with personal stuff, but I’ve been working on the ZWORDS project, which pretty much takes its toll. Its coming along nicely, so expect a beta Patch soon (hopefully you’ve got yourself a legit ISO of this game; and by legit, I mean having a DQS ISO that you’ve burned yourself from a Original game disc that you own). So don’t go spreading rumors that this site is flat. We’ve got our curves, and this ain’t no House of the Dead, but the following is. Happy Zombie Hacking!
The ZWORDZ Project to be made public? In your dreams! And let’s not forget, dreams CAN come true! “Get on with the details, ‘Guv!” Fine. What does this mean? It means this project can and will go public! Thanks to a befriended Youtuber, known
as stevoisiak, I am now able to make a Patch for this game which can be distributed with no major drama from them Queens. Don’t know what this project is all about?
Click here-here-here to read the Project’s intro article.
“With both young and adult gamers as loyal fans, The Legend of Zelda is one of the most beloved video game series ever created. The contributors to this volume consider the following questions and more: What is the nature of the gamer’s connection to Link? Does Link have a will, or do gamers project their wills onto him? How does the gamer experience the game? Do the rules of logic apply in the game world? How is space created and distributed in Hyrule (the fictional land in which the game takes place)? How does time function? Is Zelda art? Can Hyrule be seen as an ideal society? Can the game be enjoyable without winning? The Legend of Zelda and Philosophy not only appeals to Zelda fans and philosophers but also puts video games on the philosophical map as a serious area of study.”