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  • Blog Post: A New Look At The Legend Of Zelda, As It And Star Fox Reconfirmed For 2015

    Nintendo had the opportunity to open and close the first year of The Game Awards, making the most of the opportunity. We now have another look at some of what’s in store for the next entry in The Legend of Zelda series. The new title, which has been reconfirmed for 2015, will feature a huge world... More
  • Blog Post: The Legend Of Zelda: Symphony Of The Goddess - Master Quest Tour Scheduled For 2015

    Nintendo has announced the return of The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddess concert tour. “Master Quest” marks the third such worldwide celebration of music from The Legend of Zelda titles. The Master Quest tour will visit nineteen cities in nine countries. It kicks off on January 21... More
  • Blog Post: Hyrule Warriors To Welcome Twili Midna As Next Playable Character

    The next DLC pack for Hyrule Warriors, focused on The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, will be out later this month. In preparation the game's supervisor, Eiji Aonuma, has revealed just who is joining the cast. Twili Midna is the character Aonuma chose to represent the game for its theme pack... More
  • Blog Post: The OneUps Release A New Horror Game Themed Remix Album

    Looking for a spooky Halloween album with a ton of rad horror themed video game remixes to play at your upcoming party? That’s an oddly specific request, but The OneUps have you covered with their new album Songs for the Recently Deceased . The album, which contains jazzy covers of songs from Silent... More
  • Blog Post: Even If You Don’t Like DLC, It’s Hard To Say ‘Neigh’ To Epona In Hyrule Warriors

    Hyrule Warriors is out today on Wii U, and if you haven’t read our review of the Zelda/Musou mashup, now’s a great time . Even though you’ve probably just scratched the surface, The Legend of Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma has some DLC news. The Master Quest Pack DLC will be coming... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo’s Smashing Sale Enters Week 2 With Zelda, Fire Emblem, And More

    Nintendo’s second week of its Smashing Sale is underway, with a sizeable roster of combatants featured. Whether you’re looking for something new, or a burst of nostalgia, you might find something of interest on discount. The Legend of Zelda crew (Link, Toon Link, Zelda, and Sheik) are represented... More
  • Blog Post: YouTube Video Collects 104 Different Ways To Die In Zelda: Majora's Mask

    Majora's Mask is one of the darker Zelda games, and as such there are a lot of ways to die. At least 104, according to this YouTube video. You will see Link get attacked by sentient pots, drowned, poisoned, crushed – YouTube user Master0fHyrule even went through the trouble of naming each and... More
  • Blog Post: Comedian And Game Lover Robin Williams Dies Of Apparent Suicide

    Robin Williams, the comedy legend who built his reputation as a stand-up performer and starred in Hollywood movies for decades, was found dead this afternoon at the age of 63. Williams, who had been battling severe depression according to his publicist, was found in his Tiburon, California home. Marin... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion: Just Because It's Different Doesn't Mean It's Bad

    Whenever the newest installment in a franchise comes out, one thing fans love to do is critique the new game on the basis of whether or not it contains the trademark features they feel it should have – how well it represents their favorite franchise. While it can be unavoidable to judge games based... More
  • Blog Post: The Legend Of Zelda Producer Confirms Wii U Footage Was In-Game

    It wasn’t the biggest surprise of E3 2014, but fans were nonetheless extremely excited for a first look at The Legend of Zelda on Wii U. One question has popped up since the Nintendo Digital Event a week ago, though. “Was the footage taken from in-game?” Producer Eiji Aonuma has taken... More
  • Blog Post: Adorable Fan-Made Zelda Movie Prototype Shrinks Link

    I have hope that maybe, just maybe, Nintendo will give its blessing to this Legend of Zelda fan-film. Jack Ebensteiner, an animator who has worked on BioShock Infinite, Darksiders 2, and most recently, The Last of Us is working on a Zelda-inspired project that appears to shrink Link Minish Cap style... More
  • Blog Post: This Unreal Engine 4 Project Isn’t Zelda U (But It Should Be)

    Nintendo has been promising a new game in The Legend of Zelda series for Wii U for quite a while. We have hope that it will be at E3, but in the meantime one artist has taken the initiative to imagine what it might look like. Michael Eurek has recreated the Temple of Time from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina... More
  • Blog Post: Contest OVER – We Have Ten The Last Of Us Or Zelda T-Shirts For You

    Update: Winners have been chosen and notified. Thanks to all those who entered the contest! Congratulations are in order for readers Joseph Martinez, Taylor, vash2663, LilJOV, el Guard Duck, Emberghost, Sleepy Tomato, velour, Jeffrey, and Missingo. Check your DMs! Original Story: TeeFury, a site with... More
  • Blog Post: Your Favorite NES Gaming Moments, In Lego Form

    Looking for awesome game art to decorate your room with? These classic NES gaming scenes recreated with Lego's should do nicely. The pieces come from Brian Stark, who has been working on the projects in his spare time. So far he's created four pieces: Super Mario Bros. 3, Metroid, Mega Man, and... More
  • Blog Post: PopCap Included Some Legendary Wind Waker Easter Eggs In PvZ: Garden Warfare

    Most players are too busy blasting zombies and defending their gardens to notice, but Plants Vs. Zombies has a few cool Zelda related easter eggs for observant fans. The find comes courtesy of StrangeLuv , a YouTube channel dedicated to random gaming goodness. The first easter egg is a giant red boat... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Zelda: Ocarina Of Time's Kokiri Forest Gets The Oculus Rift Treatment

    Update: The creators of the Oculus Rift Ocarina of Time mod have now recreated the entire game in virtual 3D. Chadtronic has posted a new video to his YouTube channel, which shows off a more complete version of the Ocarina of Time Oculus Rift adaptation – and also demonstrates a first-person mode... More
  • Blog Post: Become The Envy Of Hyrule With This Princess Zelda Statue

    First 4 Figures is continuing their line of highly detailed Legend of Zelda : Twilight Princess statues, and now the Princess herself is finally for sale . The statue is 1/4 scale, putting Zelda at 17 inches tall. Her hand painted appearance is based directly off her in game model, capturing every minute... More
  • Blog Post: Make, Made, Will Make Your Own Robert Lutece Papercraft

    BioShock Infite has some of the coolest gaming swag out there, but if you’re short on cash a good alternative is to make your own. A DeviantArt user has created instructions on creating a papercraft version of Robert Lutece from BioShock Infinite. The paper Lutece stands at about 17 inches in height... More
  • Blog Post: The String Arcade, A Video Game Tribute Album, Is Now Available

    Want to help out a great cause and listen to some catchy reimagined video game music? You're in luck. The String Arcade is out now. The String Arcade features reimagined music for string quartet from video games like Portal 2, The Legend of Zelda, and Plants Vs. Zombies. The album was crowdfunded... More
  • Blog Post: The Legend Of Zelda: Four Swords On 3DS Free For Limited Time

    Nintendo has announced today that it’s giving every 3DS owner a free copy of The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Anniversary Edition. This is an update to the multiplayer mode that was available with the Game Boy Advance version of A Link to the Past. Now through Sunday, February 2, the title can... More
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