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  • Blog Post: Visit Hyrule With This Temporary T-Shirt

    This tourist-friendly Zelda t-shirt will only be available for about 13 more hours. You can find the temporary t-shirt on Ript Apparel , where you can actually put the print on things other than a t-shirt. The shirt version will run you $10, but you will be spending more if you want to put it on a laptop... More
  • Blog Post: No Deku Trees Were Harmed In The Making Of These Laser-Cut Wooden Hyrule Maps

    For many Legend of Zelda fans, the many caverns, hills, and rivers of Hyrule have been etched into our memories. Now, one artist has etched Ocarina of Time's world map into wood slab for your viewing pleasure. From the minds of graphic designer Alex Griendling and Neutral Ground , the 24 by 18 inch... More
  • Blog Post: Link Is Not A Woman In Zelda On Wii U

    Update: In a recent interview, Aonuma said the Link featured in the trailer is not a woman, and that the comments he made about the character's identity weren't meant to be taken seriously. "It seems like it has kind of taken off where people are saying 'oh it's a female character'... More
  • Blog Post: Legend of Zelda-Themed DLC Available For Sonic Lost World

    Sonic is no stranger when it comes to entering the universes of other video games. He’s fought in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, participated in the Olympics, and explored Yoshi’s Island. Now he is racing into Hyrule in a new Zelda-themed DLC for Sonic Lost World. The Zelda Zone DLC is available... More
  • Blog Post: Check Out The Trailer For The Legend Of Zelda: Hyrule Historia

    Hyrule Historia released last year in Japan alongside The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, and it reveals all kinds of details about the creation of the Zelda franchise, including the infamous and mysterious timeline for the series. A translated version of the book was announced back in August , and it... More
  • Blog Post: Check Out The Evolutionary Biology Of Hyrule

    Zelda seems to receive more lovingly-created fan art than any other series, save for Mario perhaps. You'll see another one below, which features the Deku Tree and the evolutionary biology of Hyrule. Click the image below for the full-sized version, in which you can spot all sorts of Dodongos, Octoroks... More
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