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. »
Nintendo put out its version 1.1.0 update for the 3DS and Wii U Super Smash Bros. games today. Along with adding new stages, costumes for Mii players, and nifty-sounding features like tournament modes and YouTube replays, the patch came with a ton of balance tweaks. Specifically, a ton of buffs. »
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. »
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.