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.
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword was, by most accounts, a very good game. It was also, by most accounts, excruciating until you could actually play it.
Some people play Skyrim for the big open world, or the variety of interesting quests. The guy who makes Zelda, though? He plays Skyrim because it starts with the same three letters as Skyward Sword.
Holy crap. Kotaku reader Will Turnbow and his wife made this cake for their daughter's tenth birthday, and I think it's no exaggeration to say this is the coolest thing you'll see today.
I'm sure it has something to do with the fact that lately, "Fi's Theme" from Skyward Sword has sort of become my favorite piece of Zelda music. So, I very much enjoyed this vocal performance from Laura Shigihara.
Bet he's dealing with Mothula in The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. I can see it on his angry, tortured face. (We've all been there!)
Normally comedy team Mega64 deploys just one of its members into public to act as a video game character. For The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword they sent two: one to be Link, the other to control Link.
I found Tevis Thomson's lengthy critique chronicling the decline and fall of the Legend of Zelda franchise to be very convincing. That doesn't quite diminish my enjoyment of more recent Zelda games, but then, I'm no Zelda super-fan. But it was hard to argue with his points about how the series has changed and in his…
Some folks loved the latest Legend of Zelda game but weren't fond of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Others turned up their noses at Skyward Sword but embraced Bethesda's latest wholeheartedly. Somehow commenter Sloopydrew found himself disappointed with both games. In today's Speak Up on Kotaku we try to determine what…
Welcome back to the Kotaku Game Club. Today we're wrapping up our discussion series on The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, and 2011. Since we've all (hopefully) completed the game, let's talk about the game's final dungeons and the ending.
Since we'll be discussing the entire game today, including the ending. Players…
Don't forget to come to the last Kotaku Game Club of 2011! We'll be wrapping up our discussion on Skyward Sword tomorrow at 4pm Eastern.
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is perhaps the most compelling argument yet for "Video Game as Concert Piece." As a game, it is a smartly designed interlocking series of puzzles, an ever-more-complex world filled with hidden secrets and challenging combat that unfolds with a uniquely Zelda-y sense of joyous…
Welcome to the Kotaku Game Club! Today will be our third meeting to discuss The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword.
Don't forget to come back to Kotaku tomorrow to talk about Skyward Sword! The Kotaku Game Club kicks off at 4pm Eastern.
Welcome to the second week of the Kotaku Game Club's series on The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. This week, we're talking about the events from where we left off last week, the end of the Earth Shrine up through the Ancient Cistern dungeon.
Hopefully the people who've been trying catch up because of our tight…
Hey! Listen! Kotaku Game Club is discussing the second quarter of Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword tomorrow! You should come too! We'll be here at 4pm Eastern.
Has Nintendo finally release a console installment of The Legend of Zelda series that critics don't immediately fall in love with? Look at that chart. Does that look like hate to you? No sir and / or ma'am, that's love right there.
Is there an inordinate amount of hate being projected at Nintendo lately? Commenter SageofMusic seems to think so, and he'll tell you why in today's Speak Up on Kotaku.
Could Skyward Sword be the best Zelda game of all time? Well, it'd be nice if that was the case, since it's the franchise's anniversary year and all. See if watching this GameTrailers exclusive trailer does anything to convince you.