March 26th, 2014 by Rabbit
Welcome back to Would You Rather! This week we have another great match up for you to get into, but before we talk about that, lets take a minute to discuss the results of our last installment. After reviewing the comments it seems like more people were interested in having a fairy, as long as it wasn’t Navi or annoying in general. That said, I did see a lot of strongly opinionated posts about wanting a spirit companion instead because it is more supernatural and they could presumably have a wider variety of powers to share with you. All the answers I saw were great, and some of you used your posting names to add to the comedy of your choice, so well-played to everyone and remember that there are no wrong answers in this game. Hit the jump to check out the all new contest put together for your entertainment this week!
March 25th, 2014 by Colonel-Majora
A group of musicians on YouTube by the name of moonbowmusicmovie has done a great cover of the Hyrule Field theme from Ocarina of Time. The cover is a collaboration with an ocarina player named Milt Ocarina, and the entire composition works very well.
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March 25th, 2014 by Jessica
It looks like Cuccos have found a new home on the stages of Super Smash Bros. In today’s Super Smash Bros. pic of the day, Massahiro Sakurai introduced cuccos as the newest item in the Super Smash Bros. series. The immense fury from an angry cucco has proven to be deadly in previous Zelda titles, who knows how much damage they’ll might deal to you or an opponent?
Hit the jump for a look at today’s screen featured on Miiverse! Read more…
March 25th, 2014 by Keaton
An Oculus Rift emulation of The Wind Waker was shown by YouTube user Chadtronic earlier this month. The first-person perspective demonstrated in the video is one any fan of The Wind Waker won’t want to miss.
Take the jump to check out the video for yourself! Read more…
March 24th, 2014 by Parker
Koji Igarashi, a frequent producer for the gothic-styled Castlevania series, has announced his departure from Konami. In a panel following this news, he talked about how Zelda originally inspired his work on the games famous for their outlandish vampire lore and whip-lashing action.
Read more after the jump.
March 24th, 2014 by Kev
While Fi hasn’t been one of the most well received characters in the Zelda franchise, she did have some decent scenes in Skyward Sword. Her final scenes is one of my favourite parts of the game. On several occasions during the events of Skyward Sword Link learns songs that allow him to enter the Silent Realm. While learning these songs, Fi dances to the music and it makes for some great scenes and YouTube user Musetrigger has created a gorgeous video of Fi dancing.
Take the jump and have look!
March 22nd, 2014 by Jessica
Over at Tavington’s Crafty Corner on Etsy, you can find a variety of detailed cushy looking pillows that resemble various iconic Zelda items. Shop owner Donna Evans has made a hobby of sewing up various video game memorabilia. Some of which include several Zelda themed pillows ranging from Heart Containers, to Goddess Pearls and more. Needless to say, these pillows would look great on any couch or game room.
Hit the jump for a look at the rest of these amazing Zelda pillows!
March 22nd, 2014 by LukeSaturn
Welcome everyone once again to Zelda Artist Exposition — the feature series where I promote an artist I have found that I think is amazing and deserves more recognition. My list of artists to feature is long, but I am always looking for new additions as the list shrinks so please post a comment if you know of a Zelda fan artist you would like me to feature. Our feature today is aquanut of deviantART.
March 22nd, 2014 by Djinn
Lyndon Willoughby, a notable member of the popular fan campaign Operation Moonfall recently made a statement urging fans to keep an eye on the Operation Moonfall Twitter for some big news in the upcoming week regarding a new project. The upcoming plans are a secret right now but he did mention that apparently this upcoming announcement will include some of greatest artists in the world.
Jump inside to check it out for yourself.
March 21st, 2014 by LukeSaturn
Does anybody here like to be on the lookout for plot holes? Do you sift through facts about your chosen media to find continuity errors? If so then this article from Nintendo World Report is probably perfect for you. Author Justin Berube laid down his thoughts on how A Link Between Worlds fits into the Zelda timeline and analyzed the introductory story and other areas of the game for problems with its placement. He bothered to put a lot of thought into it. Hit the jump to find more information and the full article.
March 21st, 2014 by Colonel-Majora
Popular Zelda speedrunner Cosmo Wright has recently beaten the world record time for completing Ocarina of Time. The previous “any%” world record holder, skater82297, had beaten the game in a solid 19 minutes, but Cosmo managed to sneak past that time by a mere four seconds, landing a record of 18 minutes and 56 seconds.
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March 21st, 2014 by Colonel-Majora
A fan over at reddit has put together a papercraft creation of Link from Ocarina of Time, and it is awesome. The detail in the papercrafts concept image gives you an idea of how hard it would be to build, and this person did a great job.
Check out the final product after the jump! Read more…
March 20th, 2014 by Timothy
Nintendo will be toasting to its success at making quality handheld titles as it has brought home the top honor in the “Best Handheld/Mobile Game” Category at the 2014 Game Developer Choice Awards. The exciting news for Zelda fans is that A Link Between Worlds was picked out as the winner among a list of Playstation Vita, IOS, Android, and even other 3DS titles to claim the crown.
A Link Between Worlds was also nominated for another award as well as receiving an honorable mention in one category which you can read about after the jump!
March 20th, 2014 by Tyler Tag
Greetings CS10K. This week’s Collection Spotlight showcases Marshall and his Zelda museum. Along with pictures of his collection, Marshall offers us my favorite part of these spotlights: stories about how the series has impacted his life. Like many of us, Marshall has imagined himself as our hero clad in green on endless adventures to save a princess and the world. Jump inside to see more.
March 19th, 2014 by MaanavLink
Welcome back to Milk Bar Mornings for part three and the conclusion to our Serenity of the Guitar mini-series. To finish off Serenity of the Guitar we will be looking at pieces from the first three Zelda games, The Legend of Zelda, The Adventure of Link, and lastly A Link to the Past. These three games fully introduced the series and all of its potential, leading to the masterpiece of a series we have today. So to honor what these three games have done, we will be looking at the title theme from each of the three games. For those just coming into Serenity of the Guitar, we are looking at covers of songs from the Zelda Series for the Guitar sheet music book, which contains various themes from the series. Like always, we will be looking at various technicalities from the songs as well as the story. With that in mind, hit the jump to see what we have in store!