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  • Blog Post: Koei Tecmo Promises Plenty Of Hyrule Warriors Updates Post-Release

    To commemorate the Japanese release of Hyrule Warriors, Koei Tecmo shared an important piece of information regarding its title. Despite not releasing worldwide yet, the publisher promises to provide long-term support for the upcoming hack-and-slash title. Taking to its official Twitter account, the... 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: Prepare To Be Wowed By These Stunning Legend Of Zelda And Resident Evil Posters

    Detroit-based graphic artist Marinko Milosevski has released a new set of video game movie posters for your viewing pleasure based on The Legend of Zelda and Resident Evil. You may remember Milosevski’s previous works with Pokémon and Star Fox . If you’re interested in seeing the rest... More
  • Blog Post: Lego Artist Says, 'It's Dangerous To Go Alone, Take Bricks'

    Julius von Brunk likes video games. He also likes Legos. When he combines his two passions, the results are incredible. His most recent endeavor is a Legend of Zelda lamp featuring the three spiritual stones -- the Kokiri's Emerald, the Goron's Ruby, and the Zora's Sapphire -- from Ocarina... More
  • Blog Post: A Link To The Past Overworld Gets The Game Of Thrones Treatment

    If you want see a nearly shot-for-shot recreation of the Game of Thrones TV show introduction using the world of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, look no further. YouTuber Steve of The Pixel Kingdom made the video, which pans through a miniature, almost tilt-shifted version of Hyrule, and even... More
  • Blog Post: New Legend Of Zelda Headed To Wii U

    Today Nintendo revealed a brand new Legend of Zelda game for Wii U. Longtime Zelda mastermind Eiji Aonuma explained that the new game will be wide open as opposed to past regimented games in the series (specifically Wind Waker), showing a sprawling landscape with mountains and fields. Link is shown atop... More
  • Blog Post: Loot Crate May 2014 Unboxing

    Every month I and thousands of others receive a certain package in the mail. In that package can be any number of cool, interesting, and downright geeky items. That package is called Loot Crate. The theme for March was Attack on Titan and Titanfall while April was Game of Thrones and Skyrim. I’m... 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: Master Sword Art Prints Available In Color, Black And White

    There are few weapons as iconic and memorable as The Legend of Zelda’s Master Sword. An artist going by Victor O has painted his favorite scene from the The Legend of Zelda series: putting the famous blade front and center. The scene is from Link to the Past of the Master Sword in the Lost Woods... More
  • Blog Post: Legend Of Zelda Turned Into Playing Cards By Artist

    The mythology and artwork of the Legend of Zelda inspires a nearly uncountable amount of fan art, some good and some bad. This playing card set created by an artist going by the alias Soren Kalla is an example of the former. The deck uses the Triforce, Arrows, Rupees, and Hearts as the four suits, instead... More
  • Blog Post: The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past Out On North American Wii U eShop

    The wait is over for The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, North American Wii U owners. In its weekly download email, Nintendo has announced that the eShop version of the Super Nintendo entry in the series is out today. A Link to the Past completes its journey to North America after releasing in Europe... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo's eShop Deals Launch With Zelda Discounts

    The holiday season is synonymous with deals and discounts, and Nintendo's eShop is getting in on the action now, too. From now through December, select games will be on sale for at least 30-percent off on 3DS and Wii U. The first round includes a wave of old-school Legend of Zelda adventures. Nintendo... More
  • Blog Post: Animated Shorts Based On The Legend Of Zelda And Pikmin Arriving To Nintendo Video

    Nintendo Video, the 3DS app that automatically downloads short 3D videos chosen by Nintendo to the handheld console, is offering five new comedic shorts starting tomorrow. The Legend of Zelda: The Misadventures of Link takes place in the Wind Waker universe and explores the lighter, funnier side of Link... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Direct Slated For The Morning Of August 7

    Nintendo has just shared with us plans for a Nintendo Direct presentation tomorrow morning. You can tune in at 7 am Pacific / 10 am Eastern. The contents are said to be previously announced Wii U and 3DS titles. We expect more details on Mario and Luigi: Dream Team , a reminder that Pikmin 3 is available... More
  • Blog Post: Impressive Skyward Sword Fan Art Demands Sharing

    Deviantart user ThaL-DAWB recently posted an impressive The legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword piece that deserves to be hanging on any Zelda fan's wall. It manages to cram just about every element of the game into one elongated banner. You can click the iumage above to see the whole thing, and make... More
  • Blog Post: Hyrule Historia English Edition Announced

    Zelda aficionados have long been clamoring for an English version of Hyrule Historia, Nintendo's official Legend of Zelda encyclopedia. Diamond Book Distributors just announced they will be bringing the title to the West on January 29, 2013. Hyrule Historia has been available in Japan since late... More
  • Blog Post: Zelda's Famous Rock-Eating Tribe Now In Quilt Form

    People do some pretty amazing and amazingly nerdy things with textiles. Check out this handmade Goron quilt , inspired by the boulder-like, rock-eating tribe from the Zelda series. Etsy seller PlumCozyCottage machine-sewed the Goron and Triforce designs onto the front of the blanket, which measures 5x5... More
  • Blog Post: This Legend Of Zelda Afghan Took 100 Hours To Crochet, Is Totally Amazing

    Check out this Etsy seller's hand-crocheted Legend of Zelda afghan. It's incredible. You can find pretty much any kind of handmade good your nerdy heart desires on Etsy , but some products stand out more than others. I think this afghan is one of them. The seller, Niki P , said the first one... More
  • Blog Post: 2D Link Costume

    Too bad Halloween is over. You’ll have to wait until next year to imitate the coolest Link cosplay ever conceived. Deviant Art member ~OrngeJuice came up with this 2D Link Costume. It shouldn’t be too hard to copy. Do you think you can see him when he turns to the side? [Source: Dorkly ] More
  • Blog Post: Link Doesn’t Talk…He Raps

    It turns out Link spits hot fire. He also loves to quest on the beach and hang out with the ladies. Wait until you see the new version Epona. HiimRawn newest entry in the Gets Played video series features Legend of Zelda. If you like the song, download it on iTunes . [Source: GamePro ] More
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