Picture, if you will, the opening scene of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. It’s storming outside. The princess is sending you telepathic messages asking if you’ll come save her. Your uncle leaves the house, telling you to stay put, and you go open the chest in your living room, expecting to find an old lamp.…
Reader Tony has a young daughter who, fingers crossed, will soon grow up to play the classics. And when she moves onto The Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past, he’s got a little surprise waiting for her.
Link to the Past has aged quite well, wouldn't you agree?
Any little change in a Legend of Zelda game—tweaks to established mechanics, a shift in art style or sly nods to a previous iteration—excites and infuriates the players who love Nintendo’s iconic RPG series. Eiji Aonuma knows this and the designer who’s charting the future for the franchise came to New York ready to…
This. Is. Incredible.
Nintendo is developing a new Zelda game for the 3DS. In Japanese, the game is called The Legend of Zelda: Kamigami no Triforce 2. You probably remember the first Kamigami no Triforce game's English title, A Link to the Past.
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!)
The above quote, from Mark MacDonald, of the Tokyo-based game localization company 8-4, sums up what felt so special about the best games on the SNES. It rings true for all-time greats such as Super Mario World and The Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past, which emerged within a year of the system's release with an…
In the late 1980s, Nintendo's internal development teams set out to make two games that would forever define its classic Super Nintendo Entertainment System. One was Super Mario World. The other was The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past.
Work on both games began almost simultaneously.
Whether you're working, learning, or just straight up doing nothing today, there's no excuse not to rock out to music from The Legend of Zelda.
Ocarina of Time might not be the only Zelda game we see brought back to life on the 3DS. Nintendo talisman Shigeru Miyamoto has been thinking about bringing some older games to the handheld as well.
A Games Radar contributor by the name of KREATIVEassassin has built an entire 242-card deck of Magic cards. Out of characters and locations from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past.
Proving once again that everything plays better when you add Portal, the folks at Dorkly arm Zelda's hero with a little cutting-edge tech, courtesy of Aperture Science. The ensuing madness knocks the pig right out of Ganon.
For the past few years, Nintendo has run a series of interviews on its website called "Iwata Asks", giving us behind-the-scenes looks at some of the company's most important games and pieces of hardware.
Get ready for more
Wii-Makes 3DS remakes as downloadable games for the eShop. Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto says one can expect more games remade on the 3DS, like perhaps maybe, SNES game The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past? He doesn't confirm it, but does sound keen. [via Edge]
Princess Zelda is in tears, a kingdom mourns, but at least we can rest easy knowing that Link died fighting the good fight, trying to save the world from unfathomable evil.
In today's hard-working edition of Speak-Up on Kotaku, commenter Kadin regales us with his epic quest to purchase an imported copy of Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, and challenges you to top his tale.
Kotaku reader and Minecraft player Roman DeNu delivers a retro gaming Christmas present, completely recreating the over world from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past with the building blocks Notch provided. Who wants a video walkthrough?
We don't post about video game auctions very often here. When we do, it has to be something that's pretty amazing. This cardboard treasure trove of Zelda fits that bill.