October 19th, 2014 by Colonel-Majora
Several stores are offering pre-orders of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, but we recently had yet to see any neat deals coming with them. Toys R Us in the United States is giving buyers free Amiibos with pre-orders of the game. The figures are usually around $12 each, so this is definitely worth checking out, while it lasts.
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October 18th, 2014 by Liam Orth
Since the release of Hyrule Warriors, many Zelda cosplayers seem to have gravitated towards the new style that this title brings us. Heck, even before the game was released people were sporting the new style! Although Link’s new look is easy enough to re-create, there may be some of you having trouble finding the right pieces for Zelda outfit. Well, if that’s the case for some of you, look no further. Much Needed Merch paired their Hyrule Warriors Zelda skirt with some other pieces of clothing and accessories, to help you get that look you’ve been trying to achieve. Hit the jump to take a look!
October 18th, 2014 by Stephen Christopher
Although the second wave of Amiibo figures will hit the stores in December, pre-ordering the figures have already opened! You can now pre-order though several retailers online through Amazon, Best Buy, and GameStop!
Find the links after the jump!
October 18th, 2014 by Liam Orth
The Hyrule Warriors’ Master Quest DLC is finally available for Wii U Owners, while many Hyrule Warriors owners have finally gotten their hands on the first batch (out of 4) of DLC headed for the eShop. The Japanese eShop had the Master Quest DLC published for awhile, along with a trailer for said DLC pack. For those of you who aren’t keen on watching things in Japanese, Nintendo of America has released the DLC pack’s trailer in English. Hit the jump to see the challenge that awaits you.
October 17th, 2014 by Colonel-Majora
Bosses are some of the most judged things in Zelda nowadays. There are some parts of each game that stick in people’s minds and make the heaviest impact, and many of those things are that particular game’s bosses. Recently, Skyward Sword gave us some of the most praised AND most hated bosses in the series, and A Link Between Worlds brought us both new bosses, and classic ones with an added twist, but what next? What styles and gameplay should the new upcoming Zelda bosses use? Join the discussion below! Read more…
October 16th, 2014 by Thomas Jacobs
Many videogames borrow from world mythology for their settings, enemies, items and so on. The Legend of Zelda is no stranger to this. It frequently borrows from Japanese mythology, European folklore and many other places. Majora’s Mask took a very different route with this, much like many other things in the game and borrowed plenty of things whose roots are African. Gaijin Goombah takes a look at this in three parts, starting with the bosses. Watch the video after the break!
October 16th, 2014 by Catty Greentree
I know Hyrule Warriors isn’t canon. You know it. Eiji Aonuma has said it. But, as a fan, I can’t help but wonder where it might fit in the official timeline. I have discussed it while playing, looked through the timeline for clues, and thought about it in bed. I’m pretty sure some of you have thought about it too. It is an interesting thought experiment, if nothing else: a game, if you will. Hit the jump to play along.
October 16th, 2014 by Brooke
Artist Cassio Yoshiyaki recently released an incredible illustration of Link and Zelda from The Wind Waker. This may be one of many Zelda fan drawings, but as you’ll see, it’s one that certainly stands out. Though these designs have a noticeable DreamWorks resemblance, they still maintain the iconic Wind Waker look. These are remarkable pieces of fan art from a very talented artist, so hit the jump to take a look! Read more…
October 15th, 2014 by Ethan Hunt
Screenshots of Japan’s Club Nintendo exclusive A Link Between Worlds Soundtrack have emerged, and it looks beautiful. Though currently exclusive to Japan, we can still admire the exquisite art and design of the inserts and disks encased within.
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October 15th, 2014 by Jessica Capps
Announced back in August, Nintendo surprised us with news that included Link and a few standard Hylian vehicles as part of the newest and most exciting Mario Kart 8 DLC pack that we’ve seen thus far. As if that weren’t enough, the official Nintendo UK Twitter account revealed to us today a peek of Link’s newest ride with the given and worthy name—the Master Cycle.
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October 15th, 2014 by Colonel-Majora
This time on the Voidcast, or at least the mid-month lead-up to the next episode, I wanted to go over the points of Hyrule Warriors that stood out as things that are worth seeing in a main series Zelda title. The game is not nearly as bad as some reviewers are making it out to be, and I’ve got a bunch of reasons why.
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October 15th, 2014 by Justin Marcoux
If you’ve ever played Starfox 64 and Majora’s Mask before, you might have noticed something familiar about the particular order of the five animal masks lined in a row on the masks screen. By no coincidence, Shigeru Miyamoto, creator of both the Starfox and Legend of Zelda series found the opportunity include several Starfox 64 characters as cameos in the form of masks.
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October 14th, 2014 by Mases Hagopian
As part of our continued effort to improve some of our old content, I’ve begun the process of revamping our Phantom Hourglass Walkthrough. The guide, originally written back when the game released in 2007, marks one of the oldest remaining pieces of content here at the website. Thus far just the first chapter of the guide, covering up through the Temple of Fire has been completed.
Earlier this year Nintendo announced a plan to eventually bring some Nintendo DS software to the Nintendo Wii U. Furthermore, the New Nintendo 3DS will continue to support original Nintendo DS cartridges. Thus, there are plenty of opportunities now and in the future for Zelda fans, both new and old to play Phantom Hourglass.
October 14th, 2014 by Mases Hagopian
We are looking looking for some additional writers here at Zelda Dungeon. In particular we are looking for writers that can contribute front page news posts, as well as editorial writing designed to encourage reader discussion. At this time there is no age requirement to join the team, but we will require a sample piece of writing to assure the quality of writing is up to our standards. We look forward to hearing from you.
If you are interested in helping out, you can contact me directly on Skype to setup an interview. (Username: armochicken13).
October 13th, 2014 by Liam Orth
Zelda games have always had at least one villain, usually consisting with the return of Ganondorf/Ganon. But what about the ones that don’t have Ganondorf in it? Such as, Skyward Sword, Link’s Awakening and Minish Cap! Well, I think that makes for an interesting discussion. Who do you think is the best Zelda villain? And for what reason? Insanity? Pure Evil? Or even Fashion? You can read more after the jump!