Check out this new official Legend of Zelda artwork—will we be able to rock climb in the upcoming Wii U game? That’d be awesome. (Via Zelda’s Amazon page.)
In the far future depicted in this fan art, Link likely has an easier time dealing with Navi’s nagging. Who is now a robot. That can most likely be turned off. Isn’t the future great?
Link’s Twilight form, immortalized in statue... form. It took the artist several long weeks, but I’d say it was worth it.
Link will do anything for some extra rupees—even if it means screwing everyone else over.
Burnt out and tired of playing for a losing team, professional League of Legends player Austin “Link” Shin announced last night that he was leaving the game. He did so in a bombastic way: writing an 18-page screed that called out nearly all his former teammates, coaches, and ultimately the game itself.
If I ever decide to buy fish, I’ll have to consider this incredible aquarium by Kelsey Kronmiller.
Nine steps to creating awesome Zelda fanart. EternaLegend’s piece, titled “A Hero’s Hardship,” depicts the Hero of Time with “bad memories haunting [him] well after his adventures are over.” The finished, high-res painting can be found below—check out EternaLegend on Tumblr here and on DeviantArt here for more.
Nintendo may or may not ever give us a woman version of Link from Legend of Zelda, but where there's a will, there's a way. Or a game jam.
It turns out the re-release of Majora's Mask for the Nintendo 3DS wasn't the biggest Legend of Zelda news this weekend because JAKKS Pacific has given Toyland an exclusive first look at the latest addition to its Big Figures Line: a 20-inch Link that's so detailed you can even see the texture of the fabric on his…
Link, the green-capped hero from The Legend of Zelda series, is one of gaming’s most enduring, best loved, and iconic creations.
Mario Kart 8 got some new stuff today in a DLC update. The thing we were all most excited for, by far, was getting to play as Link in Mario Kart. A little too excited, by the looks of it.
First 4 Figures' newly-announced Link on the Crimson Loftwing statue is a two-foot-tall tribute to the joy of taking to the skies in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. Just try not to make eye contact.
When introduced at E3 earlier this year and in the marketing materials that followed, Nintendo's little plastic figures looked fantastic, but some of the finer details seem to have been lost to the production process.
They are so colorful and detailed. Artist AbyssWolf put together a fantastic piece with all the playable characters of Hyrule Warriors to celebrate the game's upcoming release.
The Legend of Zelda series has been around for 28 years now and over that time, the game's heroes and villains have been redesigned again and again. But let me be frank here, when it comes to Zelda character designs, there are none I like more than those from the newest spin-off game in the series, Hyrule Warriors.
Did you know there's a female version of Link? I didn't! But according to a recently released Hyrule Warriors art book, there is. Well, sorta.