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. »
You wanted surprises from Nintendo at E3. Here’s one: The Legend of Zelda: Tri-Force Heroes, announced by Nintendo today at E3. It harkens back to Zelda co-op games like Four Swords Adventures, but this time for three players. »
It’s a live HTML5 version for browsers and everything from the classic SNES game’s overworld is there. »
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.
Bad news, Zelda fans. The next game won't be out this year, Nintendo just announced—they're "no longer making a 2015 release [their] number one priority" for the upcoming Zelda Wii U. »
Redditor jessmeixing was commissioned by the creators of Royal Guards, a Zelda web series that's currently on IndieGoGo, to paint this piece of concept art of Hyrule Castle from Ocarina of Time. It's pretty darn good, and my crappy GIF really doesn't do it justice, so make sure to check out the original pic below. »