The video, showing the progression of Link being modeled from clay, has already amassed over 700,000 views, and will likely be even higher by the time you’ve read this. The level of detail is astonishing, and the time and dedication to perfect the sculpture is admirable. What’s most spectacular is the sheer likeliness the sculpture has to Link from Breath of Wild, straight from the face structure to his blond bangs. Faith in the modern art might just be restored.
If a sculpture from The Legend of Zelda wasn’t what you were looking for, then other sculptures from Sculpture_Geek include Fox McCloud from Star Fox and DeathClaw from Fallout 4.
Lost his ticket on the ‘Number 9’ Luxury Express Train to the Ninth Underworld. Has been left to write articles and reviews about games to write off his debt until the ‘powers that be’ feel it is sufficiently paid.
If the second season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer shows us anything, it's a renewed sense of confidence in itself. Like its characters, Buffy is a hell of a lot more sure of itself in its second year. particularly as the season goes on. While "Halloween" showed that this show was more than willing to get silly for an episode, "Bewitched, Bewildered and Bothered" doubles down on that to glorious effect.
It wasn't too long ago that we barely had any new games released on a Nintendo console and now it seems like we can hardly keep up. It's another big week for the Big N with releases of Pokken Tournmanent DX, Thimbleweed Park, Steamworld Dig and so much more.
With the upcoming Super Mario Odyssey being only the third Mario game in the same vein as Super Mario 64 (following Super Mario 64 and Super Mario Sunshine), it is high time to reexamine one of the evergreen staples of the video game canon.
Absolver is a heavy hitter and as such, a lot of its punches are wild swings that miss their target. The ones that do connect, however, leave a lasting impression. A fantastic idea executed competently but, unfortunately, not much more than that.