Oh, this looks cool. Translator Clyde Mandelin (Attack on Titan, Summer Wars) has turned his website into a book called Legends of Localization: The Legend of Zelda, which digs very deep into the changes and quirks that separate the Japanese and English versions of the very first Legend of Zelda, from character traits… »
The heavily rumored The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD, an update to the GameCube and Wii adventure, is coming to Wii U on March 4, 2016. »
You might suspect that The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes is skippable, an inessential spinoff that is more time-killer than legendary adventure. You would be... correct. »
The multiplayer options Zelda: Tri Force Heroes, which is out today for 3DS, can be a little confusing. We’re here to help.
Triforce Heroes sure looks cute, huh? This new trailer gives a sense of how the totem-pole team-up will work in the next portable Legend of Zelda game, which comes out October 23.
I went to my local video game store on Friday to pick up a copy of Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer, and I walk out with an entire generation’s worth of Nintendo console goodness. Thanks, random game store guy. »
Nintendo doesn’t have plans—that we know of—to put any of their iconic characters into big-budget movies. But the guy who helped shape some of the most beloved Legend of Zelda games thinks that woman should play Link if a movie happens. »
This is pretty much what The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time’s Kakariko Village looked like in my head the first time I played »
LEGO have never, and maybe will never, make Zelda sets. Whatever. Their loss. Joseph Zawada is stepping in and doing amazing work in their stead. »
If you run away from him, he runs towards you. His steps make a noise like ‘teeter-teeter-teeter’. A noise you might recognise from any cartoon. »
Did you know that you can beat the original Legend of Zelda without using a sword? No, you did not know that, because it’s not true. But you can beat almost all of it—up until the very last battle. »
Animation Domination High-Def takes a stab at adding words The Legend of Zelda’s classic overworld theme, and while it covers all the bases—mute hero, chickens, smashing pots, side quests—it’s been done much better. »
Neil “PresJPolk” Stevens has been trying to achieve a particular goal in Zelda II: The Adventure of Link for months. When he pulled it off earlier this week, it was overwhelming. »
The next Zelda game isn’t quite what people expected. Announced last week during Nintendo’s E3 presentation, Zelda: Triforce Heroes is a co-op dungeon crawler designed to be played by a party of three—not your average setup for a Zelda game. »
You can play the newest Zelda game alongside two other people. You can play it by yourself. But you can’t, according to director Hiromasa Shikata, play Zelda: Triforce Heroes with a party of two. »