Episode 07 – The Zelda Timeline Series: The Four Sword Start

Posted: October 6, 2013 in Podcasts

After a brief hiatus, the Metariley Podcast is back! This episode continues the Zelda series by explaining “The Minish Cap”, the first game in the Four Sword miniseries.

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  1. Macmom53 says:

    Metariley, you are so so knowledgeable about the legend Zelda! As for your question, no I would not like to be as small as a Minish but I swear there are some that live in my house “borrowing” my keys. I can never find them.

    I enjoy each of your podcasts, Metariley and look forward to the next installation.

    Oh, and Kudos to music editor of your podcast.

  2. Jennifer says:

    I hope you continue this series… I’m really enjoying learning about Zelda!

    Also, I found this article about composing music for video games that I thought you might like: http://www.npr.org/2013/10/06/229171039/composing-game-soundtracks-that-move-faster-than-light?sc=17&f=1008.

  3. MetaDad says:

    I think it would be very interesting to be able to shrink very small. Imagine how big a stack of pancakes would be if you were the size of a chocolate-chip!!

    Keep up the good work!! Keep having fun!!! 🙂

  4. MetaDad says:

    Here is another neat site related to Zelda: http://zelda-symphony.com 🙂

  5. Susan says:

    HI Metariley….you ask very good questions. I would love to be very small! Think how easy it would be to sneak around? Imagine what I could find under the table after dinner? I wonder what the dogs would think…would they give me a ride to the lake? I don’t know much about video games but I am really enjoying the music. I’m hoping that you will review books soon!

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