While most of us have to wait until March to play The Twilight Princess HD on Wii U, Nintendo Minute’s Kit and Krysta have been there, done that and posted nearly 10 minutes of gameplay. Did the world really need HD Oocca?
For over three years, Figma’s Skyward Sword effort has been the best Zelda figure you could buy. In 2016, there’s a new challenger approaching.
The new year is upon us, which means its time to make big promises to ourselves that we probably won’t keep. My 2016 gaming resolution is to finally finish all of the Legend of Zelda games. What’s yours?
Did you know that Pols, the rabbit-looking things in the original Legend of Zelda, are meant to be destroyed not with arrows but by talking into a microphone? And that the Japanese version of the Zelda board game was way better than the North American one?
Let’s imagine, for a moment, that Nintendo went a little crazy and made a sci-fi Zelda game. The end result could look a lot worse than this cosplay outfit by Ten D. Motomochi.
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.
Link’s Twilight form, immortalized in statue... form. It took the artist several long weeks, but I’d say it was worth it.
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.
You’ve probably seen people glitch the hell out of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, and you may have seen people beat it with blindfolds on. But have you ever seen anyone beat it with a dancepad?
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.