The Legend Of Zelda

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s First DLC is Now Available!

If you own the Season Pass for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for the Nintendo Switch, you now have access to the first DLC pack; The Master Trials! All you have to do, if it hasn’t updated automatically, is to click on the – or + button on your Joy-Cons while selecting Breath of the Wild, and choose Software Update and it should download in no time at all!

Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas (Nintendo Switch) Review

Let’s get this out of the way at the very start, Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas is very much inspired by the Legend of Zelda franchise. There is no hiding this fact, but this really isn’t a bad thing. Oceanhorn does enough to set it apart and earn its own identity, even if it isn’t a perfect ride. Through the nine or so hours it took me to complete Oceanhorn’s campaig...[Read More]

Zelda Mobile Game Reportedly In Development

Hey, Zelda fans, The Wall Street Journal has some good news for you. In a new report, it appears that Nintendo will be bringing The Legend of Zelda to mobile platforms. While no date was given, the report states it will be next in the lineup after the Animal Crossing app that is supposedly releasing sometime later in 2017. As with Nintendo’s other mobile titles, DeNA will work with Nintendo ...[Read More]

First Expansion Pack Details For Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Revealed

While we already know that two expansion packs are headed for the masterpiece of a game that is The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, details have been scarce for what they will bring. Tonight, Nintendo has unveiled the first of two – The Master Trials, which looks to give us many more reasons to jump back into Hyrule when it launches this Summer, not that we ever left.

Nintendo Switch Hands-On Impressions In Chicago

Nintendo held a little hands on convention in Chicago yesterday for the upcoming Nintendo Switch. Open to the public, the event was on a first-come, first-served basis. Here, I got some hands-on time to test out the most notable features that the new console has to offer. From the seamless hand-held capabilities to the comfortable Joy-Con controllers, I can say this new innovative console may actu...[Read More]

Dark Horse Unveils Limited Edition of The Legend of Zelda: Art & Artifacts

With a release set for next month, Dark Horse Comics has today revealed a limited edition of The Legend of Zelda: Art & Artifacts, its upcoming artbook based on Nintendo’s popular The Legend of Zelda franchise.

The Legend of Zelda: Setting Sail On a New Voyage

Hyrule Historia, the Holy Grail for Zelda fans that was recently released in Japan, is full of interesting facts. One such interesting fact is a confirmation of a new Zelda game under development. Now, that isn’t exactly startling, considering things that certain Nintendo employees have said recently. What caught my attention, however, is what Eiji Aonuma said that confirmed the development ...[Read More]

Is Retro Studios Working on a New Zelda?

Did you get excited when you read the title of this article? I know I did. Of course, this isn’t written in stone, but according to an interview between Wired.com and the legendary Shigeru Miyamoto, it is possible that Retro Studios could be working on the newest installment in the Legend of Zelda franchise. I, personally, am just about to die from happiness. For those of you who are unaware...[Read More]

Bad Nintendo Sales=Massive 3DS Price Cut

Sometimes I have difficulty figuring out just what I should be talking about in a given day. Thank you Nintendo for making today so very, very easy for me.

Details on Zelda 25th Anniversary Concert/Tour Announced

Nintendo has finally announced details regarding a commemorative concert they hinted at after their symphonic tribute to the Legend of Zelda’s 25th anniversary at this year’s E3, including a couple of dates, a location, ticket prices and news of a concert tour.

Celebrating 25 Years of Zelda: A Look to the Past

This year marks The Legend of Zelda’s 25th year in the video game industry, a fact that Nintendo made no bones about at E3 this year, putting on a stunning symphonic display to honor its quarter-of-a-century anniversary. While we’re getting a double-dose of Zelda this year thanks to the releases of Ocarina of Time 3DS recently and Skyward Sword some time this holiday season, let’...[Read More]

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