ShackStream: The Stevetendo show! Episode 227

Will we get closer to saving Princess Zelda and Hyrule? Find out on Stevetendo!

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Tonight on the Stevetendo show, we're getting back into our Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap playthrough. During the last Minish Cap episode, we found the flippers, an item we need for swimming. We also made our way to the Temple of Droplets and defeated the monster that was inside.

We're making progress in our quest to save Princess Zelda but the challenge is only going to get harder from here. That being said, the Palace of Winds is our next dungeon but there's plenty to do before we get there. There's a stop at the Royal Valley and the Royal Crypt to look forward to! Set to go live at 6 p.m. PDT/ 9 p.m. EDT,find out if we take that next step in saving Princess Zelda from evil!

LOZ Minish Cap Playthrough
The crypt of the Hyrule royal family can't be all bad, right? Why are there Gibdos inside?
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Shackers who want to join in on the fun can head over to the Shacknews Twitch channel, where you can tune into the Stevetendo show every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. 

If you can't make tonight's show, you can watch Tuesday and Wednesday nights at 5 p.m. PDT /8 p.m. EDT. Coming up on the program is more of our Golden Sun playthrough. Wednesday will be the start of a brand new playthrough so set a reminder!

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Contributing Editor

Steve is from the great state of New Jersey.  He went to college for History and has experience working in photography and video work. He’s grown up on Nintendo and loves sports, fighting, and role-playing games. He’s also big into video game soundtracks.

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