In my quest to make the Zelda community brighter, deeper, and more meaningful, I have been incredibly fortunate to come into contact with many other writers who share my goals. Many of these individuals are also creating profound and fascinating works that seek to elevate the station of video games to an accepted form of Art and Scholarship — a noble goal, doubtlessly. This page, then, is where I pay homage to these individuals, by providing another platform through which their works can become known.
With a Terrible Fate
The aim of this blog, and the goal of its primary writer, Aaron Suduiko, is to create a platform wherein "video game analysis is tackled using the tools of rigorous philosophy."
Only partly Zelda analysis, this website also delves into other in-game universes, aesthetics, moral philosophy, and the role of the video game in modern-day scholarship.
Steffen Schmidt — Short Stories & Zelda Fan-Fiction
"I have forgotten my name. No one has used it in a very long time and, ultimately, I have forgotten it. If only I had asked myself every now and then what it was. But who does that? Now it’s just gone. I could ask the others, but I’m quite sure they wouldn’t tell me. No, they’d make fun of me for having forgotten. And they’re not to blame. Imagine – who would forget their own name? No, I won’t ask them, so much is certain. I guess I don’t really need a name, though. The others are content with calling me “ugly”, or “Deku-face”, and I don’t really have to talk to myself, do I?"