Viz Media, known for its English publications of titles such as Naruto and Fullmetal Alchemist, has announced that they will be publishing The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past comic that originally appeared in Nintendo Power. It was first published in January 1992 and ran for 12 issues until December of 1992. The series was then adapted into a graphic novel for both American and Japanese audiences in 1993. Hit the jump for more details and how you can pre-order your own copy.
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IGN Editor and UK podcast regular Alex Simmons has posted an article discussing how the new Majora’s Mask remake has swayed his opinion on his favourite Zelda game! Previously an Ocarina of Time fanatic, Simmons explains how Majora’s Mask 3D has become his favourite Zelda game of all time. Make the jump for this promising opinion on the upcoming 3DS Zelda title!
IGN have recently posted a video outlining the new content we will see in the Majora’s Mask DLC for Hyrule Warriors. This very informative video covers everything you need to know including the new playable characters, adventure mode, alternate costumes and more. It is a must watch for Hyrule Warriors‘ fans, so hit the jump to find out more!
It’s no secret that Zelda games frequently reference their predecessors, and finding these easter eggs is just one aspect that makes adventuring in a Zelda game so rewarding. The latest episode of Pop Fiction, a weekly show about game facts, takes to the Wind Waker to find some hidden references you might not know existed. Take a look at the video after the jump.
After the recent Zelda Wii U gameplay reveal from Nintendo at the Video Game Awards, IGN editors Jose Otero and Marty Sliva have taken a closer look at the footage, picking out specifics and theorizing on possible narratives for the game. Make the jump to check out their in depth analysis!
Over at GameTrailers there is a new episode of Pop Fiction examining the sad story of the Deku Butler’s son in Majora’s Mask. Over the decade and a half since the release of the game, players have been frustrated at their inability to help the Deku Butler restore his son to life, or to send his soul on to a peaceful end. So, can this little NPC be resurrected? Hit the jump to see the episode.
To celebrate Nintendo’s 125th anniversary as a company, IGN have released a special video showing their list of the top 125 Nintendo games ever made. As expected, Zelda is mentioned frequently in the video, making it into the list with almost every game in the series. Take the jump to see which Zelda games take which positions, and which games didn’t make the cut. Read more…
A recent article from Kotaku covers how the gameplay of Hyrule Warriors is something that Zelda fans likely won’t enjoy. If you’re a fan who just likes the lore of Zelda, you might want to give Hyrule Warriors a try.
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As Hyrule Warriors is just over the horizon and we are being teased with Zelda U, despite its 2015 release date, it’s hard for fans to remember that this year has been big for the Zelda series, even without those two titles considered. The Legend of Zelda has had quite a good 2014 with the solid release of A Link Between Worlds for the Nintendo 3DS, as well as the HD remastering of Wind Waker for the Wii U. As the Golden Joystick awards draw near, our beloved series has been nominated for four of the awards. Find out what games and what awards, following the jump!
Up until now, details have been scarce concerning what would be included in the official guide for Hyrule Warriors. However, Prima Games has opted to disclose information on everything that will be included with the guide, should you choose to purchase it. Are you curious about its contents?
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Just yesterday the official Hyrule Warriors Twitter was teasing that we would be shown a new character, and without missing a beat, Famitsu has given us not just one character, but three! And the headliner for these new characters is none other than Sheik! Who are the other two, you ask?
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There is a 100% chance that this week’s Famitsu has confirmed that Fi, the spirit of the Master Sword, is playable in Hyrule Warriors. While the official Twitter has been hinting at it for the last couple of days, it is now official. In addition, Famitsu has released a few other details concerning Skyward Sword representation in the game.
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Bertil Hörberg, an indie developer who gained significant attention as the man behind the Mega Man-inspired side-scrolling shooter Gunman Clive, has cancelled a top-down adventure game that would have borrowed heavily from Nintendo’s Zelda series. He will instead focus his attention on bringing the recently announced Gunman Clive 2 to the 3DS eShop and mobile platforms. Follow the jump for more information on the abandoned project. Read more…
It’s a good day for Twilight Princess fans, as Famitsu has revealed some new information about Hyrule Warriors, and a good portion of it includes characters you may be familiar with. In addition to announcing two new playable characters, we also know of a few other veterans returning from Twilight Princess.
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