The practice of decorating graduation caps is often seen as a rite of passage for incoming graduates of colleges and (now, increasingly) high schools. Students often spend months contemplating what they will include on their graduation caps, which on graduation day. This year, many chose to adorn their caps with …
Last week, I realized I have a problem. I’d just finished browsing the Nintendo Switch’s entire eShop for a second time in search of a new game. That’s a weird thing to do, especially considering that I still haven’t finished Breath of the Wild. I should finish it, but I can’t bring myself to do it. Hours and hours…
Like most things with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the game’s Champions’ Ballad expansion did not immediately thrill me. It took some time. It wasn’t what I wanted, but it’s now what I need.
This pair of mods, with Mario replacing Link and Bowser replacing a Hinox, brings one of Nintendo’s oldest battles to one of its newest classics.
A new glitch for Breath of the Wild helps break the game for casual players and speedrunners alike. A few quick buttons presses in the pause menu can recharge runes, making it easy for anyone to conquer some of the game’s toughest hurdles.
You can already play Breath of the Wild portably on your Nintendo Switch but what if there was another option? A fan-made video transforms the game into a gorgeous Game Boy Color version that will make you eager for a full ROM hack.
Princess Zelda spends most of Breath of the Wild sealed away in Hyrule Castle along with Calamity Ganon but an ongoing mod project is working hard to give her an adventure of her own. The Zelda Conversion project will let players explore the world as Zelda, adding new armor and story tweaks.
Today on Highlight Reel we have rat people, sick flips, good headshots, Pharah strats, and much more!
Link’s great and all, but The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s world is too beautiful to explore as him alone. That’s why players have modded other characters into the game, ranging from Sonic to Goku. Now there’s a mod adding one of the most obvious choices of all: Hyrule Warriors’ Linkle.
At today’s DICE Awards, Nintendo cleaned up. The Kyoto-based game company didn’t send their development teams to the ceremony. Instead, it was up to one man to collect all the trophies. His name is Nintendo Guy.
Ever heard of Breath of the Wild’s “bow spin”? It’s an advanced technique that helps Link terrorize his enemies, perhaps in ways that Nintendo never intended. Here’s how you do it.
Since its first DLC, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has given players the option to look back at all the places they’ve traveled by showing their path in green, known in the game as the “Hero’s Path.” While the feature has always been neat, it looks even more unique and intimate when turned into a real-life…
We reported earlier that Nintendo is doing well. No kidding. The Switch is on fire. The company posted a bunch of sales numbers overnight, and we at Kotaku HQ have been discussing which is the most stunning. Let’s just say that we’re not all in agreement. Which is your pick? (Please say it’s the Splatoon one.)
Today on Highlight Reel we have flying ships, flying rocks, flying cars, and much more!
For over a year, YouTube critic Mark Brown has been exploring the dungeons in each Legend of Zelda game. His series concluded today with a look at Breath of the Wild outlining how the design of the game’s Divine Beasts is great but also frustrating.
Today on Highlight Reel we have intense virtual reality moments, Escape from Tarkov moments, trash camouflage and more!
They’re out in April (in Japan only, at least for now), and there are cases based on Breath of the Wild, Splatoon and Animal Crossing.