Fingerstyle Guitar Arrangement Of The Realm Overworld From Spirit Tracks

Screen Shot 2015-08-28 at 7.40.55 AMWe often share with you fan created videos and covers that have been inspired by various songs from the Zelda franchise, many tend to be centered around titles such as; The Wind Waker, Twilight Princess, or Ocarina of Time. But today we have something a little bit different. Musician, Isac Saleh’s You Tube channel focuses on fingerstyle guitar arrangements of songs from many different gaming series’ including The Legend of Zelda. Today we have his most recently created arrangement to share with you based on the Realm Overworld theme in Spirit Tracks.

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South Clock Town Made in Unreal Engine 4

UE4 South Clock Town If you thought the 3DS remake of Majora’s Mask was awesome then you should check out this fan version of South Clock Town made in Unreal Engine 4. An environment artist known on YouTube as Wesley Paquette doesn’t leave anything out when it comes to his rendition of the infamous Clock Tower and said monument’s surroundings. In fact, there is even more detail to be explored in Paquette’s Clock Town than in Nintendo’s original and remade versions. Would you like to take a virtual tour? Make the jump to see both the day life and night life of Paquette’s incredible design of South Clock Town!

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ZD Top 5 – Companions

hyrule-warriors-midnaLink’s journey can be tough, but it isn’t always lonely; Hyrule’s Heroes are often accompanied by a friend or two, more than willing to help along the way. In this week’s ZD Top, we had our staff choose their five favorite companions. From the talkative Midna to the oft-forgotten Spirit Zelda, a number of companions were represented. As always, feel free to leave your own list in the comments below.
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Zelda vs. Peach: Awesome Live-Action Battle

mqdefaultSuper Smash Bros., throughout it’s series history, has helped answered fans answer long debates with friends about which of their favorite Nintendo characters was tougher, but it seems YouTuber AndrewMFilms has taken a very different approach. Andrew has created a live-action fight video featuring Nintendo’s most famous princesses, Zelda and Peach, and the production value is quite high. Who will win?

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Could We See a Release Date for Zelda Wii U Soon?

the-legend-of-zelda-wii-uAccording to some speculation from the folks over on Master Herald we might be getting the release date to Zelda Wii U very soon. In their recent article they mention that due to the upcoming release of Triforce Heroes, Nintendo can begin focusing solely on Zelda Wii U and with the previous promise that the game will in fact be released on the Wii U and not a new console, then we should see a release date from Nintendo in the near future. The article also touches upon the ways the game might be seen negatively from fans. In that the mix of hype and constant delays might let fans down or only prepare them for disappointment when the game is eventually released.

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Zelda Dungeon Exclusive: Interview With Heart Tracking App Creator

Screen Shot 2015-08-20 at 11.04.00 AMLast week we reported about a great little app available for iOS that would help you track all of those heart pieces within The Legend of Zelda series that needed acquiring, and those that you had already hunted down. The app keeps all the heart pieces available within each game separated by title and once you have selected a specific title, it will tell you exactly where each piece is hidden and what requirements if any are needed to secure said piece. Once your prize is in hand you can check off that you have secured it and move on to the next piece. Its a great way for you to remember which pieces you have already found and those that still need finding, and best of all its free! So far the app has been out for about two weeks and has received high praise but you may be wondering a few things. What made the developer create this app? Will it be available for Android? What else can you look forward to in the future from this developer? Now we have those answers, we had a chance to chat with David, the creator of the “Pieces of Heart” app to ask him those questions and a few more!

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The Beatles’ “Eleanor Rigby” Remixed in A Link to the Past’s 16-Bit Style

hqdefaultBeing possibly the most famous band of all time, it is surprising that the greatest hits of The Beatles are not more prominently used on the internet for fun videos like this. larryinc64 on YouTube has recreated The Beatles “Eleanor Rigby” in a 16-bit style, modeled after the sounds of A Link to the Past, and it fits quite well.

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20-Inch Skyward Sword Link Variant Figure Available on Think Geek

Screen Shot 2015-08-26 at 10.22.44 AMThink Geek has just scored the remaining stock of the previously exclusive SDCC 20-Inch Link figure. Only 3000 of these Special Edition figures were made, so the remaining stock is very limited. The Skyward Sword Link figure stands 20 inches tall and comes complete with his Master Sword and Shield, with premium gold paint detailing. It is an officially licensed Nintendo product and comes in a special gold box–just like the original Legend of Zelda! The figure even comes with 7 point articulation. It will be available while the remaining supply lasts and will cost $99.99.


Will you be ordering one of these for yourself? Share your thoughts in the comments.

Source: Think Geek

Zelda Dungeon Talks: Can The Series Continue To Rely On Gimmicks?

ocarina_of_timeHello and welcome everyone, to this week’s edition of Zelda Dungeon Talks! In most games in the Zelda franchise, there is some sort of gimmick to set the game apart for the rest. The touch screen from Phantom Hourglass and Spirit Tracks or the time travel in Ocarina of Time and Majoras Mask are both examples of gimmicks that have differentiated the games from others in the series. The question is however, can Nintendo continue to rely on gimmicks? Personally I believe they don’t rely on gimmicks at all but everyone has their own opinion. 

In this week’s edition of Zelda Dungeon Talks, various staff members will share with us their opinion on whether or not Nintendo relies on gimmicks in the Zelda franchise and if they do, can it continue. Read more…

Fan Creates Link And Zelda Statues With Lego

Screen Shot 2015-08-25 at 8.16.18 AMWe recently shared with you an amazing replica of Hyrule Castle from Twilight Princess made entirely out of Lego by Joseph Zawada, that he showed off at BrickFair 2015 in Virginia. This time we have another The Legend of Zelda inspired Lego creation. Beyond the Brick, the YouTube channel dedicated to sharing interviews, news, and creations of some pretty epic Lego art take us back to Virginia and BrickFair 2015, where this time we get to see  a large scale creation of Link and Zelda by Alden Duquette, complete with a light up Navi! This latest Lego build has been a work in progress for several years and Alden has continued to add additional layers to the set, he is even working on adding the Evil King himself!

Head past the jump to check out Link and Zelda in their Lego form.

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Tri Force Heroes Will Be Playable At PAX Prime 2015

Screen Shot 2015-08-05 at 4.44.16 AMPAX Prime 2015 is just around the corner and Nintendo has announced their lineup for the massive gaming event to be held in Seattle, Washington on August 28th – 31st. To be featured alongside many other Nintendo titles; such as Star Fox Zero and Super Mario Maker, The Legend of Zelda:Tri Force Heroes will be available for fans to check out and play. Nintendo will have a total of seven playable titles at the event , as well as thirteen playable indie titles fans will be able to get their hands on.

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Gossip Stone: Could There Still be a Possibility of a Zelda Movie?

hqdefaultIt is not exactly a popular opinion to think a Legend of Zelda movie would turn out well. Countless fans have debated whether seeing Zelda on the big screen, live action or otherwise, is even worth the trouble, and now, after the rather recent Netflix series rumors were debunked, people have gone back to discussing possibilities. There will likely always be a possibility of someone making their own Zelda movie, but said movie’s quality hangs in the balance, depending on who makes it, and how. What can be expected from here on out, and are we still right to look at what has already come of game movies as a reference of what will happen for Zelda?

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Zelda Universe And HMK Present Zelda 101

Screen Shot 2015-08-24 at 11.13.59 AMOur friends over at Zelda Universe and HMK, the You Tube channel that focuses on the Zelda, and Kingdom Hearts franchise along with a few other gaming goodies; have partnered together to create a series of videos titled Zelda 101. The episodes will focus on the legends and lore within the Zelda universe and hopefully dispel any possible confusion that such a vast world that the Zelda franchise encapsulates can create. With the many “facts, theories, and possibilities” that they will share the episodes will surely be a topic of conversation amongst fans. In the debut episode they focus on the Fierce Deity, the  mysterious and fearsome warrior we see Link transform into in Majora’s Mask.

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Zelda U Ranks In Famitsu’s Top 20 Most Wanted Games

Zelda002Famitsu is a gaming centered publication in Japan that has weekly, monthly, and special editions that range from many different topics, all pertaining to video game related news and information. The Weekly Famitsu is widely considered the most respected and most read magazine in Japan. Each week Famitsu shares a list of “Most Wanted Games” based on votes that are cast during a one week time period, and since the beginning of this year the upcoming Zelda title for the Wii U has ranked amongst its Top 20 most wanted titles. Ranging from the #12 spot to currently sitting in the #17 spot this title continues to gain votes and appears to be keeping gamers attention. This makes me wonder how long can that last? Currently, we have no release date, no additional information, and we have not seen any new footage since The Game Awards Show last year. Since the release date is still listed as TBD from Nintendo all we can currently do is hope we will see Zelda U release in 2016 — and get a proper title! Are you still excited about the game? Does it hurt a title to know about it too much in advance, could the hype possibly ruin it for the fans? I myself am trying my best to stay slightly indifferent in the matter, although I am not sure I am succeeding. I know I want a good Zelda game, and I am content to wait patiently for that to happen. What are your thoughts? Are you still excited about Zelda U, or are you trying to stay away from the matter and just be excited whenever we get some new information? Tell us your thoughts in the comments.

Source: Nintendo Everything

Think Geek’s Exclusive Legend of Zelda Polo Listed at Gamestop

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It seems Game Stop’s partnership with ThinkGeek has spilled over into the Zelda realm as Game Stop has now listed the exclusive Legend of Zelda Polo on their website. This causal piece of attired debut on Think Geek for $29.99, and Game Stop is offering it at the same price. But while the placeholders are up on the site with a release date listed at 8/18/2015, the shirts are currently unavailable online (nor do they seem to have any inventory in stores.) Hit the jump for more info and the found out how you can purchase this great addition to your casual Friday wardrobe. Read more…