The Game Grumps are a group of YouTubers that do playthroughs of a variety of games, as well as creating other game-related content. One of their latest projects is a playthrough of Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. Not only that, but in their latest video, the Game Grumps gave us here at Zelda Dungeon a bit of a shout-out, indicating that they are using our guide for the game, as well as having used it for a playthrough of the Wind Waker. Cool beans! You can check out their latest video after the jump.
Ganon is an absolute beast in the DLC for Hyrule Warriors. Towering over the minuscule enemies, Ganon is very over-powered, able to defeat 1000’s of enemies in just a matter of minutes. With the DLC now available in both Europe and Japan, there is plenty of footage popping up showcasing Ganon in all his glory. For us in North America, we have to wait a little while longer, as the DLC doesn’t release here until March 12th. For now though, go ahead and check out some awesome gameplay footage.
Arguably one of the best things about Hyrule Warriors is the DLC packs that have been coming out, which add additional content to the game such as new levels, alternate costumes and extra playable characters like Young Link and Tingle amongst others.
The latest of these DLC packs is called the ‘Boss Pack’ which includes a new game mode and Ganon as a playable character… Awesome! There is however, a surprise unlock-able character in this pack which will strike fear in the eyes of even the most veteran players. Hit the jump to see footage of it in action!
No doubt most of you have been enjoying The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D since its release around 3 weeks ago. Now that everybody has had some time to sink their teeth in to the world of Termina, Nintendo seemingly have the first 3DS game update coming our way very soon.
I’m sure all of us know that The Legend of Zelda franchise has a huge community, so we’re bound to see fans creating various things from, or inspired by the series. As we’ve all come to know, many Zelda fans have created their own custom Zelda-themed products, ranging from necklaces, to lamps, to an NES in-whole. And as I’m sure we’ve all seen a few Zelda-inspired headphones here and there over the time we’ve explored the internet. But the fan who customized the face-plates of this headset to make it Majora’s Mask-themed…? It’s just too beautiful for words… If you want to check it out in all it’s beautiful, shiny glory, take a hit at the jump!
In light of the newly-released Majora’s Mask 3D, YouTube music cover artist SadToyCats has uploaded another Zelda arrangement, this time covering “Termina Field.” This unique rendition of the main overworld theme features guitar, piano, and quirky percussion instruments.
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In the last two weeks famous acapella singer and YouTube personality Smooth McGroove has done three covers of Majora’s Mask songs. McGroove is no stranger to Zelda acapella covers; twenty six of his covers are Zelda related, a dozen of those covers have one million views, and his Palace Theme cover is well on its way to joining those ranks.
Additionally, McGroove has covered many Majora’s Mask songs in the past, including the Song of Healing, Stone Tower Temple, Astral Observatory and the Song of Unhealing. His description of this video suggests that it will be some time before he decides to revisit Majora’s Mask music. But, you can find his three new covers of the Oath to Order, the Milk Bar Theme, and the Deku Palace theme bundled after the break!
Today we have a glimpse at some of the upcoming DLC for Hyrule Warriors including a look at some gameplay of Ganon’s beast form. Ganon is one massive character and it causes the entire games’ view to change, taking more of top-down view as he smashes through enemies. He looks incredibly overpowered but like most characters in Hyrule Warriors, the destruction he leaves behind looks very fulfilling. Go ahead and make the jump to check out the trailer.
It’s clear that a lot of work goes into creating the settings of every Zelda game, but some of the best details in the worlds happen to be the enemies that pervade them. each enemy is remarkable in its own right, and all add a bit of flare to Link’s adventure. In this week’s Zelda Dungeon Top 5, we take a look at the design of enemies throughout the Zelda franchise. Predictably, the 3D games dominate this list, but there are still appearances made by representatives from A Link to the Past and Link’s Awakening. As usual, feel free to leave your own lists down below!
The Zelda series is no stranger to having several interesting, and often recurring, races of people. Hylians, Gorons, Zoras, Dekus and more have provides the players a chance to explore the diverse and interesting lifestyles and homes of the many peoples of Hyrule, and allowed us to interact with something other than just another bunch of the same type of people. That being said, what if the races were not so friendly with eachother, and you could not just walk up and say hi to them all? What if the races were divided? Would they still have the same impact as characters?
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Brendan Milos has continued his journey of creating artwork for many of the enemies of Majora’s Mask. This is part of a fan project to create artwork for all of the Majora’s Mask Enemies that appear in the game.
This time around he tackles an enemy Bad Bat. As if Keese weren’t annoying enough, Majora’s Mask felt it was necessary to have two separate types of bat-like enemies. Unlike Keese, Bad Bats are commonly found outdoors, flying around in Termina Field and preventing you from reaching a heart piece on the Road to Southern Swamp. Fortunately, these pesky enemies are fairly easy to defeat. You can see a thumbnail 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.
In my view, Majora’s Mask is one of the tougher titles in the Legend of Zelda series. Some of the later bosses can be quite difficult and this is amplified by the fact that there are only four temples. Thus, if you are doing a straight forward run without getting any of the heart pieces, you’ll have a measly 7 heart containers by the time you are ready to face off with the final boss. Thus, getting at least some of the Majora’s Mask Heart Pieces is essential for beginners and novices alike.
We’ve got you covered. While we’ve had a guide available since launch, we have now fully revamped our heart piece guide, now with the inclusion of screenshots for all 52 heart pieces in the 3DS version of the game. This doubles down as a Nintendo 64 guide as well, as there is a single heart piece that is drastically different between the versions, as well as slight differences in a few others. Alternatively, you can follow along step by step with our Majora’s Mask 3D Walkthrough, as all the heart pieces are also included within.
If you’ve got your hands on the Zelda themed Monopoly game or even the collector’s edition jigsaw puzzle, you might want to consider adding this to your collection. USAopoly announced that they will be releasing The Legend of Zelda Collector’s Edition Yahtzee game some time this spring.
At this time, unfortunately, there isn’t a set release date or a list price. As for its content, the dice cup is a lookalike of the infamous treasure chest, and the dice themselves are multi-colored. Green, blue, red, purple, and yellow. Hmm, could they perhaps be colored based off of rupees? We’ll do our best to keep you guys up to date on this product as information about it becomes available. What do you guys think? Do you think you will buy the game when it is released? Would you actually play the game, or keep it packaged for keepsake? Leave some comments below and let us know!
The Zelda Timeline is a subject of much debate and analysis, and sometimes it gets very confusing as just to what happens when, where, and why. GamesBrained has taken in on himself to put together a series of videos to explain the history of Hyrule, as told my the various games. His first video starts with the Goddess Creation of the world, and ends with the events of Ocarina of Time. Hit the jump to educate yourself.