All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘The Legend of Zelda’

Sonic Dons Link’s Green Hat And Tunic In Lost World DLC

Last year, Nintendo announced that Sonic Lost World would be getting two free Nintendo-themed DLC packs. The first was based on Yoshi’s Island and the second was teased to be based on The Legend of Zelda. Now it’s official – The Legend of Zelda Zone is the next piece of DLC headed to Sonic Lost World. IGN reports today that …

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Watch This Guy Beat Majora’s Mask In Under 2 Hours

The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask is a deceptively lengthy title. The game may only have four dungeons, but its wide variety of side quests ensures that you’ll spend 20 to 30 hours finding everything in the game. What if you ignored those side quests though? Could you beat the game’s four dungeons in a quarter of the time? How …

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The Best Zelda Game Gets Ported To The Oculus Rift

Last month, a coder made dreams come true when he ported the original Legend of Zelda to the Oculus Rift. It was pretty amazing, but it was also a reminder that it was only a matter of time before the best Zelda game was brought to the Rift. YouTuber Chadtronic recently used the Dolphin emulator and some other software to …

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The Original Legend Of Zelda Goes First Person In Virtual Reality Remake

The Oculus Rift has proven to be really cool if not the future of gaming. We’ve seen a lot of cool experiments coming from Rift developers, but there’s not been a lot of effort put into converting existing games for the Rift. That all changes now. A developer by the name of Ubiquitron has created a game called ZeldaVR. As …

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Nintendo Reveals New Zelda Game In Nintendo Direct

This morning, Nintendo took to the stage known as the Internet to reveal some new information on upcoming Wii U and 3DS games in a new Nintendo Direct. While most of the information was about games we already knew about, Nintendo took some time to reveal some brand new games as well. Starting off, Nintendo revealed that it’s working with …

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Nintendo Thinks This Infographic Will Convince You To Buy A Wii U

Over the past two weeks, we’ve seen the launch of two next-gen consoles and both are doing incredibly well already. We tend to forget, however, that Nintendo ushered in the next generation of game consoles, but not necessarily hardware, last year with the Wii U. It’s not doing so well though, but Nintendo thinks it has what it takes to …

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Nintendo Held Its Own Big Launch Event Right Across The Street From The Xbox One Launch

While the big news on Friday was the launch of the Xbox One in New York City’s Times Square, the Nintendo World Store across the street was having its own launch event. While the Wii U has already been out on the market for a year, the console finally got a game worth owning the system for on Friday. On …

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‘The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds’ Gameplay, Music Previewed

Nintendo just this week announced that it managed to sell fewer than 500,000 Wii U consoles in the past six months. Those sales (and, in fact almost the total number of Wii U sales to date) were easily eclipsed by the 3.89 million 3DS consoles sold during that same time period. So with Microsoft and Sony preparing to challenge Nintendo …

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Nintendo Announces A Zelda-Themed 3DS XL For North America

Last month, Nintendo released a Zelda-themed Wii U to correlate with the launch of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD. Now the company is doing it again with its handheld line to celebrate the launch of The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. Nintendo announced this morning that the gold-and-black special edition 3DS XL will be coming …

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Lorule Is Hyrule’s Shadow Realm In The Legend Of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

One of the core gameplay components from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past was the existence of the dark world. It was a twisted form of Hyrule that reflected the evil heart of Ganon and his desires, and really stood out as a defining feature for the early SNES title. Now the Hyrule from A Link to …

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Here’s Everything That Comes With That Wind Waker Wii U Bundle

If you’ve been biding your time to pick up a Wii U, Nintendo just made its latest console a little more appealing on Friday with the launch of a new bundle that includes The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD. Not content to just include the game, the bundle also includes a number of other extras. To perhaps convince …

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The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD Gets A Delightful Launch Trailer

Tokyo Game Show may have already started, but Nintendo doesn’t care. They don’t even attend. Instead, the company is out advertising its latest Wii U game – The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD. Nintendo today released the launch trailer for The Wind Waker HD. It’s super charming and touches upon many of the major plot points in the …

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The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD Is More Than Just A Pretty Face

When it was originally released in 2003, The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker was lauded as one of the prettiest games on the Gamecube. Now Nintendo is bringing it back on the Wii U to remind people just how gorgeous it really is. In a new trailer, Nintendo UK shows off some direct comparisons between The Wind Waker on …

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Let This Trailer Remind You How Awesome The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker Is

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker is to many the best 3D Zelda game ever made. It may not be as dense as Ocarina of Time or Twilight Princess, but it has a personality that no other Zelda game has yet to capture. Now it’s back in HD and ready for another go. In the latest trailer for The …

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The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD Will Get A Hero Mode

Upon completing The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, players could go through the game again in Hero Mode. It was a more challenging version of the game where hearts could not be obtained from cutting grass and enemies dealt double damage. It was no Master Quest, but players wanting more of a challenge appreciated it. Now that same challenge is …

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Wii U Gets A Price Cut, Game Release Dates Pushed Up

Nintendo didn’t hold a Nintendo Direct this morning, but you’d be forgiven if you thought they did. The company announced a new handheld – the Nintendo 2DS – and now it’s detailing its holiday plans for the Wii U. First and foremost, the Wii U Deluxe is finally getting a price cut. The 32GB Wii U variant launched last year …

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Watch This Guy Beat Ocarina Of Time In Less Than 20 Minutes

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is one of the most revered video games of all time and for good reason. It established almost all of the 3D action adventure conventions that many games still use to this day. It also has become one of the most popular titles among speed runners as of late, and those speed runners …

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Latest Nintendo Direct Just Made A Lot Of Phoenix Wright Fans Very Happy

Nintendo announced a new Nintendo Direct yesterday, and said the intention was to discuss already announced Wii U and 3DS titles. That was mostly the case, but the company can never resist announcing new titles as well. Nintendo president Satoru Iwata kicked off the Direct with new information regarding third party titles hitting the Wii U later this year. First …

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This Is What A Legend Of Zelda Film Might Have Looked Like

Nintendo doesn’t exactly like the idea of letting others make movies based on their properties. I may like the Super Mario Bros. movie, but plenty of people think it’s the worst film ever made. Since then, we haven’t heard a peep from Nintendo regarding any movies based on their properties, except for that Animal Crossing anime film. Of course, Nintendo’s …

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E3 2013: New Legend Of Zelda Headlines Content Coming To 3DS

Today’s Nintendo Direct was mostly about upcoming Wii U games. It makes sense. Nintendo needs to reinvigorate its fanbase and make them excited for its home console. On the other hand, the 3DS is doing pretty well for itself. It will continue to do well for itself if the games being shown at E3 are any indication. Arguably the most …

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Nintendo Plans To Revive The Wii U By October With New Mario Game [Rumor]

The Wii U is in a spot of trouble. What is Nintendo going to do about it? Well, not much at the moment. The company has delayed many of its biggest titles into the latter half of the year, and that was entirely intentional according to a new rumor. CVG reports that retailers in the UK are saying that Nintendo …

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Did You Miss This Morning’s Nintendo 3DS Direct? Watch It Here

As has become tradition lately, the latest Nintendo Direct included a few huge announcements that made Nintendo fans go absolutely wild. Of course, you may have missed all the big announcements, like a sequel to The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, or that Bravely Default is finally being localized. If you missed out on any of it, …

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Nintendo Announces New Nintendo 3DS Games

Nintendo held a Nintendo 3DS Direct this morning. It was assumed that it would focus primarily on already announced titles, but the developer did announce some new games that are sure to excite casual and core 3DS players. As part of the Year of Luigi announcements, Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata announced that the 3DS will be getting a new entry …

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The Legend of Cage Is The Greatest Video Game That Never Was

The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask gets a bad rap. It’s one of the most controversial entries in the venerated series, and many find the game’s themes to be too dark and depressing. To those gamers, YouTuber Criken has given them a reason to give Majora’s Mask one more chance. It’s called The Legend of Cage, and it replaces all …

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Nintendo Announces A Host Of Surprising New Titles For Wii U

Earlier this week, Nintendo said it would be announcing new games during a Nintendo Direct presentation this morning. Many fans may have been skeptical since Nintendo hasn’t exactly shown a lot of exciting stuff for its new console since last year, but the company dropped some major bombshells this morning. Starting off, Nintendo President Satoru Iwata announced that its internal …

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The Legend Of Zelda: Hyrule Historia Gets A Trailer

Nintendo is known for charting new territory in gaming. The Wii transformed the industry, and the Wii U may just do it again. Beyond game consoles, however, Nintendo is also changing the world of books by creating what may be the world’s first book trailer. Nintendo and Dark Horse Comics will publish The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia early next …

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More Retail Titles Launch On The Nintendo 3DS eShop This Week

Nintendo has been testing the waters of digital content delivery for some time now. The 3DS eShop was their first real effort to bring full games to players everywhere via digital delivery. They took it one step further when they made New Super Mario Bros. 2 available day-one as a digital download. Now they’re making their back catalog available via …

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It’s Dangerous To Go Alone, Take This Infographic

The Legend of Zelda is one of the greatest franchises to ever grace gaming. The action-adventure series has inspired countless other greats while it constantly reinvents itself with each new entry. How much actually changes between each game though? A recent inforgraphic from the fine folks at CopyPress has sifted through all the major entries in The Legend of Zelda …

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Fistful Of Rupees Is The Zelda Western We Never Knew We Wanted

I love The Legend of Zelda franchise. Likewise, I love Westerns. I never thought that the two would meet, but my subconscious desire has now been fulfilled thanks to a fan film. The Game Station has taken it upon themselves to produce Fistful of Rupees. It’s the story from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, but set in a …

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Check Out This Awesome Legend Of Zelda Live Action Film

I love the idea of video game film adaptations, but the execution never works out. The studios make the movie for a general audience instead of the gamers. This leads to plenty of terrible films that don’t stand as good movies or good game adaptations. Thankfully, there are fans who are good at making movies whose love of the source …

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