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Link's Triumph is the fourth & final episode of Read Only Memory Vol. 2. In this super quick short, Link faces the Aquamentis, the first boss from the original Legend of Zelda game.
I hope everyone enjoys the short. Thank you!
Edit: Thanks Tom & the NG team for fronting this so quickly! Awesome.
I really liked this, it was short and sweet.
The animation was very fluid and the artwork was very clean and pleasant to look at.
But what I really liked was how you made Link act throughout this video. I haven't seen Link being given this kind of character type alot, if at all.
He was nervous, but still courageous enough to face his enemy, while being a bit clumsy during the fight (shield on fire, accidently litting his bomb, .. ) all while staying true to his character but not having any dialogue.
This accompanied with the music, it overall came accros as a very enjoyable and quality cartoon. I honestly could see this working as an official short Zelda cartoon on television, or something along those lines.
Short and sweet. I like how he couldn't believe what he'd just done
This short was really good. I liked the animation and Link's insecurity face to what lied behind that door. It was his first boss after all!
Honestly, I was thrown off a bit. With a title like "Link's Triumph", I've been trained by other Newgrounds vids to expect a gag. Which isn't bad! But this was even better. The flames/fire were amazingly animated! The voices were great, not just standard grunts and such, as were the other sound effects and music. Let's not forget the ending song; awesome! Simple character style, but expressive animation. Yes, it was short...but not too short to kill the action or squash the quality.
that was awsome can you animate more?
This is the story of a fearless girl and her encounter with the wicked cold wind god
Art school and religion aren't that different...
a short school assignment
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