Posts in category: Twilight Princess

Heart Tracking App Available on iOS

Screen Shot 2015-08-20 at 11.04.00 AMThe Legend of Zelda series is infamous for having many goodies to be discovered along your journey, and heart pieces  are one of those things that many of us are desperate to hunt down. Guides like what you can find here at Zelda Dungeon are immensely helpful in those searches, but now you have a new tool at your disposal! Trident Group has created an app to help you not only track down all of those important little heart pieces but it even helps you keep track of the ones you have already found! The app separates the heart pieces by game and gives you the total count of pieces you must collect in each one. Once you have chosen a specific title the app then gives you the list of all the locations where each piece can be found, after you have selected the location it provides you with the specifics of exactly where you can find the piece in question, and any special requirements there might be to acquire them. Once you have located your prize you can use the app to save the ones you have found. This really helps you keep track of all the heart pieces you have already located, and the ones that are still eluding you. The app just released this month an is available on the app store for free.

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Gossip Stone: What’s Your Favorite Mini-Boss?

Darknut ThumbnailIn most Zelda games, you’ll find a specific pattern repeated throughout every dungeon. One of these being the mini-boss of each dungeon and usually, they’re pretty easy to defeat (unless they have something more complicated to them). You can even find them outside of dungeons! There are tons of mini-bosses, sometimes some are brought from a previous installment to another. But the question here is: Which is your favorite? To read more into it, hit the jump to check it out!

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Twilight Princess on Occulus Rift

hqdefaultHere’s an odd occurrence. When one thinks of Zelda, or anythnig else really, on the Oculus Rift virtual reality visor, one would expect first-person visuals, no? Well, Twilight Princess breaks that commonality in YouTuber Normal Graham‘s video of the Gamecube/Wii classic in 3rd-person virtual reality. This is not the first of Graham’s VR game videos, but it is one of his more interesting. It is certainly tough to imagine through words alone, so hit the jump for the full video!

Oh, and in his words, “WARNING: So much profanity.

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Fan Builds Giant Lego Replica of Hyrule Castle

Screenshot_26Zelda fan Joseph Zawada has created a magnificent Lego version of Hyrule Castle, as it is seen in Twilight Princess, his favourite game in the series. Make the jump to check out a video on the build, detailing some of Zawada’s greatest challenges when constructing the masterpiece.

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Gossip Stone: What Zelda Game Would You Like To See Remade?

Zelda-Wind-Waker-HD-04 As many know at this point, Nintendo has seemed to remake quite a few Zelda games for both 3DS and Wii U. With Zelda U and Tri Force Heroes releasing in the future, who’s to say when the next remake will release? And to that, there’s a follow-up question- what will the next remake be? Would it be a remake of an older Zelda title, or a newer one? Is it of high-demand, or do you even care to see another one?  Or even, would it be in 3D, or HD?  Hit the jump if you’re interested on reading more!

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In-Depth Look at the Development of Eyes in Twilight Princess

d2 The Legend of Zelda is a series known for its miraculous gameplay and awe inspiring storylines, but casual gamers often overlook the genius of its development. The developers who worked on Twilight Princess (arguably the most detailed Zelda game, visually) skillfully constructed a massive world and paid attention to every minute detail– right down to the characters’ eyes. ClassicGameJunkie takes a close look at the development of Twilight Princess Link’s eyes in his YouTube series “How Did They Do That!?” to show how these eyes are able to both improve the game’s frame rate and be very expressive.

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Rozen Releases King Of Light And Shadow Mini Album

Screen Shot 2015-08-02 at 9.18.44 AMComposer and video game arranger Rozen, has just released his latest musical ode to The Legend of Zelda series. You might remember the artist from his most recent Zelda inspired singles; “Midna’s Lament” and “Fi’s Farewell”. In this mini album Rozen dives deeper into the darkness that lies at the heart of the Evil King Ganondorf with five new tracks. Follow the artist on his latest journey through the last sequence of battles from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess to discover Ganondorf’s plan to conquer and control the realm of Light and Shadow.


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Gossip Stone: What Method of Transportation Do You Prefer?

198742-headerThroughout almost every Zelda game, Link has always had a companion that could take him from point A to point B. He could even just spin in circles, if he really wanted to- either way his companion acted as his way of transportation. And as we know, we’ve seen quite a few companions Link can use as transportation- so the question is, which do you prefer? Do you prefer galloping throughout Hyrule, or sailing above it? Perhaps even flying above the clouds? We’ll get more into that right after the jump!

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Akira Himekawa’s New Manga is Probably Twilight Princess

himebo Akira Himekawa recently announced that they’d be producing another full length Legend of Zelda manga, however, they did not reveal off of what game the manga would be based. Well, Brian Gabriel of Hammerspace has deducted that the likeliest candidate is Twilight Princess. Himekawa had released scrapped concept art for a Twilight Princess comic some years ago, and looking at the silhouette of Link in the recent announcement picture, it’s clear that the design was pulled straight from the Twilight Princess concept art, sans Wolf Link.
This could be purely coincidental, chosen for convenience, or the silhouette may not actually be a match, but it seems way too precise to me. You be the judge, compare the pieces after the jump!

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Zelda Dungeon Staff Creates Beautiful Music With A Twilight Princess Trailer Cover

Screen Shot 2015-07-04 at 2.23.05 PMOur very own talented duo, Brooke Ferdinansen and Jessica Capps have created their own Twilight Princess Trailer Cover. The two are not only huge fans of the Zelda series, but for both of them, music holds a special place in their hearts. When the two are not giving their time to Zelda Dungeon as a writer and editor, they are both diligently working on perfecting their musical skills. Now the duo has created a beautiful cover of “Don’t want you no more” (trailer theme) from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. The instruments selected for the cover will be played by Brooke and Jessica, with Brooke on the piano and oboe, and Jessica playing the violin. Head past the jump to see this talented duo for yourself!

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Twilight Princess Acoustic Guitar Cover

182671-WP_Wii_ZeldaTwilightPrincess_002_1024Jonas Lefvert is a guitar teacher from Sweden who loves to create amazing acoustic guitar covers of many different games, mainly from Nintendo. His YouTube channel mostly focuses on his acoustic guitar with the occasional video with him using an electric guitar. He has done covers of many Nintendo titles as well as things from The Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones. Today we have for you his cover from Twilight Princess Trailer theme, which he recorded earlier this year. The Acoustic guitar he uses really adds to the slightly sad tone of the music composed by Koji Kondo.

Head past the jump to hear for yourselves.

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Culture Shock: The Origins of Epona

Epona and LinkDespite appearing in only three core Zelda games as a mount (and in The Minish Cap as an NPC owned by Malon and Talon), Epona has left quite the impression on fans of The Legend of Zelda. She’s a way to move around quickly, circumvent certain obstacles and allows Link to engage in awesome battles in Twilight Princess. In the three adventures she appeared in she has been a faithful companion of Link, helping him save Hyrule and Termina, in two cases on nothing but a diet of carrots. Of all of Link’s red animal companions (Dimitri, the King of Red Lions, Link’s Loftwing) she is by far the most beloved of the bunch. But is there any real-life basis to her name and what she can do? The YouTube channel The Game Theorists take a look at this, with the latest video in their Culture Shock series. Watch the video after the break!
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Gossip Stone: Should there be an Actual Economy in Zelda?

rfr In the fantasy world of Hyrule, not much concedes to the restrictions of reality. But with Zelda Wii U’s shift into open world gaming, it wouldn’t be unthinkable for a more real economy to present itself. Modern open world games are sometimes more realistic than what the Legend of Zelda is used to, and adapting the series to fit around a true economy is one way for it to be more realistic without damaging the integrity of its fantasy elements. Fluctuating item pricing and availability due to supply and demand or the socioeconomic state of a shop’s location could add more structure to the economy.

Though this may change the usual abundance of rupees in Hyrule, it could also allow for Link’s different interactions to improve his chances of earning money or paying lower prices.

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The World of Twilight Princess Recreated In Lego

Screen Shot 2015-06-08 at 9.33.11 AMThere has always been talk about the possibility of fans actually getting an Official The Legend of Zelda Lego series, but alas that has yet to happen. Now, Flickr user Faron* has decided they can’t wait any longer! Faron* teamed up with Siercon and Coral (Sean and Steph Mayo), a duo well known for creating amazing custom Lego pieces, to recreate the world of Twilight Princess into a custom Lego masterpiece. From Link’s home on the outskirts Ordona Village, to Telma and her wagon, and even Link himself, the team recreated it all! Although this project has been completed for a while it definitely makes it no less amazing.

To check out more pics of their Lego masterpiece, head past the jump.

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HMK: Hyrule’s Civil War & Interloper War are NOT THE SAME

HMK promoThere are quite a few wars that are detailed in the series, but are never seen in the actual games, and apparently, even after the release of Hyrule Historia, people are still debating about what occurs during and after each war, and which wars referenced in the games are which. Two specific wars that are often mixed up are the Interloper War referenced in Twilight Princess, and the Civil War spoken of in Ocarina of Time. HMK on YouTube has made a full video explaining the detailed occurrences, and major differences, of each war, and why they are not the same.

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