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  • Blog Post: Zelda: Tri Force Heroes Getting New Free Costumes And Stage

    The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes is getting a pair of new costumes and a grueling gauntlet of a new stage. The new costumes are one based on Linebeck from Phantom Hourglass that will let you see the contents of a chest before opening it, and the Fierce Deity costume, which lets you shoot out energy... 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: The Legend Of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD Hits Wii U In Early 2016

    After several rumors during recent months, Nintendo has officially announced the Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD for the Wii U. The game will feature enhanced visuals, as well as Amiibo functionality with a brand new Wolf Link Amiibo. The other Zelda Amiibos from the Super Smash Bros. line of figures... More
  • Blog Post: See The Recording Of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes' Excellent Soundtrack

    Tri Force Heroes' soundtrack has as much in common with a Professor Layton soundtrack as it does previous Zelda games, and Nintendo has released a video of its recording process in promotion of the game's release. There is more accordion and recorder in the soundtrack than previous Zelda games... More
  • Blog Post: Zelda Maker Already Exists And You Can Play It Right Now

    Remember when Nintendo first announced Super Mario Maker and everyone started speculating that maybe Nintendo would make a Zelda Maker next. Nintendo was too slow. Someone else beat them to the punch. Justin Sink 's fun little project isn't the only way to make your own Zelda games; if you fancy... More
  • Blog Post: Legend of Zelda Fan Art Group Releases Huge New Collection

    Link’s Blacklist, a Legend of Zelda fan art collective that focuses exclusively on bosses and enemies of the game series, has released its annual update of over 40 new pieces of art. Series fans can now see their favorite enemies brought to life in a variety of styles, including a Grinexx made... More
  • Blog Post: The Legend of Zelda: Symphony Of The Goddesses Is Stephen Colbert's Musical Guest Tonight

    Update: Tonight's musical guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert is an unexpected one. The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses orchestra's appearance was announced last week, but this is a reminder to make sure you tune in. The episode airs tonight on CBS at 11:35 p.m. Eastern and... More
  • Blog Post: Sheik Almost Appeared In Zelda: Twilight Princess And Link Almost Didn't Cut Grass

    A recent Did You Know Gaming takes a look at The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess – a game Shigeru Miyamoto apparently feels was missing something implacable. The video looks at the game's development and some of the direction it almost took, like first-person combat, the appearance of Ocarina... More
  • Blog Post: Artist Collective Creates Intriguing Takes On Classic Zelda Enemies

    A classic video game hero can gain a lot of enemies over the course of 28 years. Link’s Blacklist, a Legend of Zelda enemy artwork collective, is celebrating those villains in its annual digital art showcase. Link’s Blacklist, established in 2012, is a group of over 150 artists that submit... More
  • Blog Post: Zelda: Majora's Mask Is The Latest To Be Rendered In Unreal 4's Impressive Engine

    Nintendo characters continue to popular subjects of creations in Unreal Engine 4, and the latest game to receive translation is Zelda: Majora's Mask. The creation comes from YouTube user CryZENx , who has seemingly made Nintendo creation their specialty. You can find a Mario video of theirs here... 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: Learn How Chinese Opera Helped Inspire Majora's Mask And Other Zelda Soundtrack Facts

    The latest from the Did You Know Gaming YouTube channel looks (or rather, listens) at the music of the Zelda series. In the video you will learn about Nintendo composer Koji Kondo's assorted inspirations for Zelda's music, as well as the surprisingly tight timeframe that was forced on him during... More
  • Blog Post: Watch Link Explore An Unreal Engine 4 Version Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time's Kakariko Village

    Nintendo's iconic characters continue to be unofficial spokespeople for Unreal Engine 4 with a new creation showcasing a young Link exploring Kakariko village in all of Unreal Engine 4's graphical splendor. The creation comes from artist Ioannis Papazis' YouTube channel . In the video we... More
  • Blog Post: Here's What A Legend Of Zelda Film Would Look Like As A Western

    Everyone’s favorite green-clad dungeon explorer has traveled through a variety of dimensions and ridden trains, boats, and horses, but he’s never strapped on a six shooter…until now. Beatdownboogie gives us a fun little look at this Legend of Zelda-themed old west shootout. I'd... More
  • Blog Post: Learn About Zelda: Majora's Mask's Cops And Robbers Roots And Run Lola Run Inspirations

    The latest from Did You Know Gaming goes in-depth into Majora's Mask looking at its history and surprising influences. Everything from the aliens in the farm, to the origins of the Anju and Kafei quest, and the possible cone-time inclusion of an adult Link mask are all covered. The Legend of Zelda... More
  • Blog Post: Generator Creates Randomized Leaked E3 Nintendo Documents

    With a simple refresh you can create your own leaked document full of possible Nintendo titles to be revealed at E3 2015. When I visited the site ( which you can find here ) I got games like Metroid: Foot, a new game called Pelican Walrus, and Donkey Kong Mini-skirt to be presented by Satoru Iwata. I... 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: Kyle's Top 5 Nintendo 64 Games

    Earlier this week, we did a special Nintendo 64-themed episode of The Game Informer Show podcast where a few editors talked all about the Nintendo 64. I was away from the office on vacation when the episode was recorded, so I was not able to participate, but I still want to talk about Nintendo 64 games... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Music Remixes Inspire Awesome Zelda, Metroid, And Star Fox Posters

    After listening to remixes of Nintendo music all day, an artist felt inspired to create three prints featuring Star Fox, Metroid, and The Legend of Zelda. After showing them off, the artist made them available for purchase. The prints are currently available on the artist's site, Limitee. The site... 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
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