I see what you did there, pulling a Kanye West.
"Yo Mases! I'm really happy for you and all, and immuna let you finish, but I have to say that Caleb has the best voice of all time!" =P
If you would like to pay me so that I can quit my job and do this full time, feel free ;)
And just to add to Josh's comment, the Majora's Mask Video Walkthrough took me a year to complete. Just sayin'...
We had a game index page for it for years, but all they really had was a summary of the game, box art and links to the gallery for some of Nintendo's official art. Until recently, none of us had even played Four Swords, and at the time, we didn't have a good way to get screenshots for Four Swords Adventures. Both of those games were very easy and the other games were more in demand. At the time, it made more sense to simply remove those game sections entirely. Looking to the future though, we are now working on those sections and will hopefully have some content up for them soon.
We know. But after much consideration, we decided it was much less confusing for the average user if we placed them next to each other.
... I'm sure everytime he hears the owl's theme song, he gets pissed. "A (continue), A (continue), A (continue), A (repeat)...
Naw, it makes a different sound when you have options to select, so he probably figured it out pretty quick, but still, that must have been frustrating, especially since Kaepora Gaebora switches the answers sometimes.
This looks freakin' sweet! Four Swords was fun, but it was kind of impractical to find someone to play with who also had the game and the appropriate hardware. Wireless + new content = <3
Wonderful having you aboard Josh. =)
I started visiting Zelda Dungeon back in 2003. It was one of my favorites, but I mainly used it for the walkthroughs and guides. It was one of the main reasons I was inspired to create my own Zelda website back in the day, Zelda Revolution. It didn't ever take off and I got majorly burned out, but many years later, I applied for a position here and got hired. It was one of the best decisions I have ever made. Been loads of fun, learned a lot, and get to give my creative side a needed outlet.
Things I would change, looking towards the future? Even though I focus on guides and am kind of a rigid guy in general, I do have a heart for involving the Zelda community as a whole (thus what Zelda Revolution was all about). I always try and keep a lookout for things we can do that will get fans to work together or create something that everyone can enjoy, something we can all share in common and/or contribute to. I liked the ideas of the Fan Projects we've done in the past to create fan artwork for all of the enemies in Spirit Tracks. A great way to focus fan talent into something that benefits the fan community as a whole and doesn't just get lost in cyberspace but appreciated on a wider scale. I'd like to find ways to harness other kinds of talent on here as well and share it with everyone.