A recent email sent out to subscribers of Symphony of the Goddesses revealed some new additions for this year’s concert. For those of you that attended the concert in the past, you probably remember the musical features for select Zelda games. This time around there are some new segments including a Link’s Awakening and Majora’s Mask movement. Be sure to hit the jump for more information! Read more…
Nintendo’s official Japanese YouTube channel has uploaded two of their latest commercials for Majora’s Mask 3D. While they are not subtitled in English, they do display a variety of game play. The first commercial showcases the three transformation mask and their unique uses. The second pulls at your heartstrings, showcasing some of the more emotional scenes found throughout the game. Give them a look after the jump! Read more…
The Legend of Zelda logos are great in their own right, but can you imagine if they looked different? Say, like the Final Fantasy logos perhaps? Well, Tumblr website Shattered-Earth have created exactly that. A set of hybrid Zelda-meets-Final-Fantasy logos that are sure to blow you away. Hit the jump to see more!
I think that it is fair to say that Zelda is o stranger to having fights with larger-than-life, hulking monsters for bosses at the end of its dungeons. It is almost always expected that you will find a great, big monster to take down for the next magic artifact or whatever. What is not expected, and actually a nice chage of pace, is normal-sized, human-like villains that challenge you to a duel to the death. They have a certain something to them that makes for, often, a much cooler fight.
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On this weeks top list, we talk about some of our least favorite things, the top annoying enemies of the Zelda series. While we have covered some of best enemies from the original Legend of Zelda, this list encompasses the entire series. We all have that one enemy that just makes our life more difficult in the game whether it’s there strange attack or very annoying defense, we just can’t stand them.
What are some of your most annoying enemies from the series and who’s list do you like the best?
We’ve got some more footage for you guys courtesy of Nintendo’s Japanese YouTube channel. Again, an English translated version of the video isn’t presently available. However, witnessing Eiji Aonuma struggle with the dog race mini-game is well worth a watch. There is something very disturbingly satisfying in watching the producer of the franchise attempt this mini-game several times and have victory continuously slip from his fingers. Especially while he’s cracking himself up the whole time. Make the jump to see for yourself.
Our friends over at Link’s Hideaway have posted all of the latest official artwork, as well as the game models of all the different Masks from Majora’s Mask 3D. The artwork looks to have been slightly upgraded, but it retains a very similar to look to the art from the original game. Make the jump to check out all the art and models.
Advertisements for Majora’s Mask 3D are starting to pop up, including this 30-second commercial set to air in the UK. I’m sure it’s no coincidence that Nintendo decided to release Majora’s Mask 3D on Friday the 13th, and their marketing team has labeled this the Friday the 13th TV Ad. Check out the commercial after the jump.
Greetings fellow Zelda fans! My name is Ty and I am just now 18. I am quite the committed collector, and my collection is getting quite large. My love for Zelda started back in 6th grade with The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. It was the first Zelda game I had ever played and I instantly fell in love. However, I soon found eBay and got myself the Ocarina of Time Master Quest and that would be the first game I beat.
I really just liked the games at first and would play them when I had the chance. But I had the opportunity to play Majora’s Mask in 8th grade and that instantly became my favorite game of all time, and still is to this day. After I beat Majora’s Mask I just started buying and collecting everything and anything Zelda and I have been collecting for 6 years now.
But since I own every Zelda game and almost every version of every Zelda game (and yes, I have beat them all), it is harder and harder to add to my collection.
The collector’s edition game guide for Majora’s Mask 3D looks phenomenal. Whether you own the rest of the collection or not, this is a must have among Zelda fans, and Amazon has it available for $20.99. With a list price of $34.99, Amazon can save you 40%! Jump for more information from Amazon on this steal of a deal.
As most Zelda fans know, Four Swords and Four Swords Adventures are not typical Zelda games. Neither contain an overworld, both are multiplayer, and wouldn’t you know Link splits into four. The emphasis on multiplayer mechanics in these games shifted focus away from compelling story lines which made them feel less welcome in the series. But, technology has come a long way since 2004 and we’ve yet to see another multiplayer Zelda. With the recent outcry for Vaati to return to the series, there is reason to cry for a return of the Four Sword.
Brendan Milos has continued his journey of creating artwork for many of the enemies of Majora’s Mask as part of our Enemy Artwork Project. This is a collaborative fan project to create artwork for all of the Majora’s Mask Enemies in the game.
This time around he tackles an enemy Eeno. These are snow-based creatures that are found in Snowhead Temple, as well as other cold regions of Termina. They attack Link by lifting large snowballs and chucking them towards Link. You can see a thumbail version of the image to the left, but go ahead and make the jump to see the full sized image, along with where you can find some of Brendan’s other pieces of enemy artwork.
The folks over at GameXplain recently posted a video highlighting one of the more unexpected changes in The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D that revolves around swimming as Zora Link. The video explains the changes and shows a comparison between the older N64 version and it’s newer 3DS counterpart.
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For anyone who has played a 3D Zelda game it is a familiar sight: as you watch Link run around you see his shield on his back, and his sword hilt sticking out on one side. If you have to haul a sword around on long trips it is a good way to carry one, but is it the best way to use it on the battlefield? A number of inventive people have managed to rip the models from various Zelda games and put them into Garry’s Mod, a physics sandbox that runs on Valve’s Source Engine. By messing with the models I have managed to make a demonstration just how difficult drawing a sword from his back would be for Link. Watch my findings after the break!
We’ve all got our list of favourite tracks from the Zelda series and with how good the soundtracks are, it’s not surprising the songs regularly get remixed by fans. I mentioned a rather long time ago that I tend to avoid remixes because they rarely turn out as good as the original track. Of course there are a few that take a great tune and manage to make it even better. Such is the case with YouTuber MajorLeagueWobs/Holder’s 1980’s techno remix of “Gerudo Valley” from Ocarina of Time. Hear the remix after the jump!