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  • Blog Post: Replica Of Wind Waker Baton From Zelda Available For Pre-Order

    A replica of the magical baton used by Link in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker is now available for pre-order. The Wind Waker is the titular item in the game that allows Link to manipulate the breeze to benefit him as he sails across the Great Sea. A real-life version of the baton is used by the... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Is Only Bringing One Playable Game To E3, NX A No-Show

    Nintendo announced early this morning that its next console, the NX, won’t be coming until March 2017 . The company seems to have its eyes firmly set on that launch leaving 3DS and Wii U games coming before then in the background. To that end, it will only be bringing one game to E3. The Legend... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Delays Zelda To 2017 For A Simultaneous Wii U and Nintendo NX Launch

    A late night tweet from Nintendo confirms the next console Zelda will release on both Wii U and Nintendo NX simultaneously next year and offered some new art for the game. The new Legend of #Zelda will be the focus of #E3 2016. It will launch simultaneously on both Wii U and NX in 2017 pic.twitter.com... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] 3D Smart Phone NES Zelda Fan Project No Longer Available

    Update: The fan project that was making a 3D port of the original Zelda for mobile devices is no more, but its creators are planning for its Zelda-free return. Nintendo requested the removal of the project and the creators Scott Lininger and Mike Magee shared the news on its Zelda30Tribute.com website... More
  • Blog Post: Strong Museum Of Play Announces 15 Video Game Hall Of Fame Finalists

    The Strong Museum of Play in Rochester has announced the fifteen finalists for this year’s Video Game Hall of Fame class. The roster is a who’s who of classic titles. This year’s inductees will join last year’s inaugural class . 2014’s group consists of: Doom Pac-Man Pong... More
  • Blog Post: Here’s Why People Are Talking About Zelda Wii U And International Cuisine

    With The Legend of Zelda Wii U out this year, but still largely an unknown, fans are hungry for every table scrap of information they can get. The latest reportedly comes from the most recent issue of Japan’s Famitsu magazine. Kotaku reports that series producer Eiji Aonuma offered a brief comment... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What's Your Favorite Zelda Game?

    The 30 year anniversary for the release of the The Legend of Zelda is tomorrow. So let's talk about the long-running series, shall we? My favorite Zelda title, as unexciting as my pick may be is, is Ocarina of Time mostly because of just how much it blew my little mind back in 1998. I played it in... More
  • Blog Post: Unreal Engine 4 Ocarina Of Time Temple Is Gorgeous And Playable

    Every time I see one of these “ remade in Unreal Engine 4 ” videos pop up, I wonder if this is the one that sees the magic evaporate. At least for now, I’m still enamored with how people are polishing classic scenes with new technology. The latest sees The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of... More
  • Blog Post: Blind Player Completes Ocarina Of Time Playthrough After Nearly Five Years

    The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time can challenge gamers with its big boss fights and puzzling dungeons, but imagine making your way through the entire game without the ability to see what you're doing or what you're fighting. For one gamer, who goes by MegaTgarrett , that is the reality of... More
  • Blog Post: The Legend Of Zelda Re-imagined As Studio Ghibli Movie Posters

    The Legend of Zelda series and Studio Ghibli's animated films are among the most celebrated works to come out of Japan, but what if the two properties came together? Illustrator Matt Vince uses that hypothesis as the basis for movie posters that prove the collaboration would be a match made in heaven... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Confirms New Legend Of Zelda Still Coming To Wii U In 2016

    Following its delay out of 2015, many speculated that Nintendo could opt to push its upcoming entry in the Legend of Zelda franchise to its new platform, codenamed NX. Nintendo shot down that prediction today with the confirmation that the new Legend of Zelda is still slotted to hit the Wii U and will... More
  • Blog Post: Aonuma Hints At An Open World ‘Twist’ For Next The Legend Of Zelda

    Details have been sparse of late on the next entry in The Legend of Zelda franchise . It wasn’t that many months ago that fans were looking forward to playing it in 2015 , though. We still don’t know when The Legend of Zelda will arrive, if it will even be in 2016 or, for that matter, on... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What Is Your Favorite Video Game Horse?

    When they appear in games, horses often play the role of unsung hero. In 2015, two of the biggest releases have seen us spending a ton of time with our trusty mounts, so we want to know which video game horse is your all time favorite. For me, I've been riding around on D-Horse a lot lately, as I've... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Lists Expected 2016 Titles, But The Legend Of Zelda Not Among Them

    Following the delay of The Legend of Zelda out of 2015 , Nintendo reported the expected release as “TBD.” At the time, that didn’t raise eyebrows as no Wii U titles in its roster carried release windows later than 2015. That has now changed, with games now carrying anticipated 2016... More
  • Blog Post: Link Will Go To Any Length To Collect Rupees In This Legend of Zelda Animated Short

    Times are tough in Hyrule. The Hero of Time is in need of a new shield, but he's a little strapped for cash. An animated short by YouTuber Callegos Yavolitak shows exactly how far Link is willing to go to get his hands on a shiny new Hylian Shield. Smashing pots for rupees is only the beginning.... More
  • Blog Post: The Legend of Zelda To Be Played At 2015 Nintendo World Championships

    With E3 2015 coming at us fast, Nintendo is continuing to give information about its 2015 Nintendo World Championships, which will be held during the expo. The event, which is happening 25 years after the Nintendo World Championships in 1990, will feature 16 of the best Nintendo players coming together... More
  • Blog Post: Revisiting The Legend Of Zelda’s Fairies Big, Small, And Trapped In A Bottle (You Monster)

    While Link’s attire hasn’t changed much across three decades of The Legend of Zelda games, other elements have undergone more drastic transformations. In a video from YouTube creator Master0fHyrule ( whom we’ve featured before ), you can see how these mystical creatures have changed... More
  • Blog Post: Artist Creates Stunning Ocarina Of Time Custom Nintendo 64

    Artist Vadu Amka has created a personalized Nintendo 64 dedicated to The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. The console, which was a surprise for her friend's birthday, is an absolutely gorgeous re-imagining of one of gaming's most beloved consoles. For this custom, Vadu decided to include the... More
  • Blog Post: Custom Toon Link Amiibo Brandishes Awesome Fierce Deity Sword

    Since Nintendo's functional figures took collectors by storm, we've seen a host of custom-made Amiibos hit the internet. While several Fierce Deity Link modifications have already shown up, this one is special for its awesome treatment of the legendarily powerful incarnation's weapon. Sure... More
  • Blog Post: The Legend Of Zelda Collides With Game Of Thrones In Mashup Intro

    Mashups have become an artistic genre unto themselves. And, like any style, there are good works and those you might just want to shuffle past. This is one of the better ones. I’m not just a fan of this because it uses my favorite version of Hyrule (the one from A Link to the Past), but because... More
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