Hello my friends! Your regular host Scholarly Gamer is a bit busy and so I am here to introduce the new month's BoB event! Last month's Fallout theme had a solid turnout and we'd like to thank all of you for participating. We had so many people jump in initially and show their support for the idea and then some of you even managed to get some blogs written about your experiences, and each of those blogs was great fun to read!
We'll try to get a good recap of last month's blogs done soon, but for now let's get started on March's Band of Bloggers:
With this still being a pretty new event we're trying a new approach this month. This time around we're just going to assign the Zelda series as a whole and you can pick and choose which one or ones you'd like to write about! Wanna write about your experiences in the Majora's Mask remake? Go for it! Wanna compare and contrast a few different ones? Even better! Write about as many of them as you like in any format you find interesting. You folks got incredibly imaginative with last month's assignment so we look forward to seeing what you can put together this time around!
If you're not familiar with what's going on then consider it a bit of a video game book club, except this month instead of us all playing a single specific game you have a whole series to choose from! Over the course of March we'd like you to go out and play any and all Zelda titles that your heart desires. If you've wanted to replay any older titles or have been putting off that Majora's Mask 3D run then here's your chance to join others and knock em out over the course of the month.
Before the month ends just come on back to Destructoid's Community Blogs and tell us about your experiences! Get creative with it! There are no rules set for your blogs, so just have fun with it and show us what you can do. As always if you have any feedback or suggestions for the event going forward then please let us know. Scholarly, Dream, and I want to make this as solid and enjoyable of an event as possible. So thanks for the support guys, and thanks for reading!