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The Videocade Commentaries – Ep. 007 – The Legend of Zelda (The Ringer)

When a video game becomes popular, it’s not uncommon to find merchandise such as posters, comics, or even action figures based on characters from the games. But some video games get the honor of being turned into an animated series! Some of these cartoons are good, most are not so good, but they are ALL fun!

The Videocade Commentaries is a podcast series where three guys who love video games offer their own commentary on these cartoons! Join RetrowareTV.com alumni “Pixel Dan” Eardley, Lance “Ito” Cortez, and Eric Lappe as they watch these cartoons with YOU!

Welcome to episode 7 of The Videocade Commentaries! Today, Dan, Lance, and Eric journey to the land of Hyrule to check out the first episode of the Legend of Zelda cartoon titled “The Ringer!” Does this cartoon hold up well? Is it still fun? We think so!

Oh sorry, was that a spoiler? Well excuuuuuse us!

Intro/Outro Music by Mat Howlett (www.mathowlett.com)

Intro/Outro Narations by Brian T Stevenson

Logo and Episode title artwork by Dylan Cook

Runtime: 00:31:26

 

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2 Comments

  • The_Fun_has_been_Doubled says:

    If you're going to revisit episodes, the one where Link is turned into a Frog and the infamous Water Park Episode would be two great choices.

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