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'Think of the kind of positive things that TV has brought us in terms of not just entertainment but also information, and how it’s something that people have relied on. It does feel like that’s something that could be tapped into for the ceremony as well… It can focus more on what we’ve all been through rather than just the normal celebration of TV.' … [Read more...] about ABC and the TV Academy will still present the Emmy Awards in September… as the format remains up in the air amid coronavirus concerns
After saving Hyrule from Ganon’s destruction, Link, the hero of time, has crept away in search of the fairy Navi. Having lost his way in a forest, he is transported to an alternate version of Hyrule called Termina by the impish, sinister Skull Kid, a lost child-spirit who has stolen the powerful Majora’s Mask. The mask’s evil magic has set the moon on a collision course with the earth, and Link has three days to avert certain disaster – three days that he must relive over and over, using his ocarina to slow, speed, reverse and invert time. … [Read more...] about The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask at 20 – still eerie and profound
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time’s opening sequence is, for me, the most evocative of all video games. First you hear the galloping of a horse, joined by soft major-key piano and melancholy, soaring ocarina notes as a young man in a green tunic rides under the setting moon. The camera pans over a blocky, low-resolution, yet spartanly beautiful landscape as the sun rises. It prepares you for a game that could be as melancholy as it was exciting, as emotionally affecting as it was technologically innovative. Released in Europe on this day in 1998, Ocarina of Time was one of the first true 3D adventures, a capsule world on a game cartridge, and it remains one of the very best. … [Read more...] about Zelda: Ocarina of Time at 20 – melancholy masterpiece changed games forever