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The Legend of Cucco

12:30 AM on 08.04.2011

Brett Zeidler

Contributor and Engineer

Cuccos: for years we've taken their ability to glide safely across Hyrule for granted. When we had no further use for these beautiful creatures, we cast them aside without a care. We even hit them a few times when they got in our way. We meet a brave little Cucco who's going to change this.

The video is filled with truly hilarious moments, which include a Cucco eating Navi, opening a chest to find a picture of Reggie Fils-Aime and Ruto riding a Cucco inside of Lord Jabu-Jabu, just to name a few.

 

If you somehow have no idea what the hilarious guys over at The Game Station are referencing, I'll help you out. It's a staple of the Legend of Zelda series to be attacked by a mob of Cuccos if you abuse one enough. So go do that right now; it's always a good time.

I don't know about you, but after watching this video I'm going to think long and hard about all the Cuccos I have mistreated through the years. Here's to you Cucco #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, etc... You will be missed dearly.

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