Target Offering 25% Off All Amiibo

Amiibo_GroupSince their release in June of last year, Amiibo figures have been selling like hot cakes and have even become collectors’ items, especially some of the rarer ones. Most people have probably already purchased Amiibo of their favorite characters, but if there are more you’d like to buy– but don’t want to pay full price for– then your time has come. Target will soon be offering 25% off all Amiibo; it’s the perfect opportunity to pick up a Zelda, Link, Sheik, or Toon Link Amiibo if you’re on a tight budget.

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Brendan Milos Majora’s Mask Artwork – Igos du Ikana

ZeldaMajorasMask_MiniBossIgosDuIkanaBrendan 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 the mini-boss Igos du Ikana. As the King of the Ikana Kingdom, Igos du Ikana serves as the boss of the Ancient Castle of Ikana. He’s a massive stalfos and upon defeat, will teach Link the Elegy of Emptiness, which gives Link access to the Stone Tower Temple. 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. Additionally, after the jump you’ll find a Let’s Paint time lapse video of Brendan creating this piece of artwork.

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Game Stop Offering Gift Card Exchange

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It happens every holiday season. When you can’t figure out what to buy someone, you resort to picking up a gift card for them, hoping that they can find the perfect item for themselves. I don’t know about you, but I always end up with cards to stores that aren’t even in my area! Well Game Stop is offering a solution for gamers with these gifting woes: exchange your old gift cards for Game Stop cards. Hit the jump for more information. Read more…

Gossip Stone: Should Any More Past Zelda Titles Have Sequels In The Future?

CTR_JOKER_TS_UKV_v01.inddThe most recent brand new Zelda game was, in essence, a sequel to a timeless classic that many Zelda fans see as the best in the series. It was, after all, The Triforce of the Gods 2 in Japan. Though, it still feels like its own game. Of course, Majora’s Mask 3D came out recently, and that has been incredibly praised, not only on its own merit, but as a direct sequel to one of the most critically acclaimed games of all time. It seems that direct sequels can prove to be a great thing in the series, but should more be made? What existing games deserve to have their stories continued? Join the discussion after the jump!

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ZELDA Timeline According to Quantum Mechanics

nerdist_thumbnail_02_webKyle Hill, host of the scientific YouTube show “Because Science” and member of the Nerdist channel took the time to explain the Zelda timeline split using some real-life scientific theories and concepts. Now, many people here are very likely to know the way the timeline is laid out already, but there are also some details about theoretical physics that you may very well not know of, so while the science may explain the timeline, the timeline, for some, can also explain the science!

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Zelda II Inspired ‘Elliot Quest’ Launches March 19th on Wii U eShop

elliot-quest A Zelda II inspired ‘8-bit retro adventure game’ entitled Elliot Quest is launching on the Wii U’s eShop on March 19th for $12.99. Fans of The Adventure of Link‘s style should certainly check it out, as it borrows many of the NES classic’s unique traits: side-scrolling gameplay, villages with NPC interactions, and a similar over-world style. In addition, the game utilizes features from other ground breaking NES games. Make the jump to check out the gameplay trailer!

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Minute Long Legend of Zelda Minecraft Parody

zm There have been a good deal of Zelda related buildings, icons, and maps spotted floating around the Minecraft universe; in this particular bit of fan material though, the plot of nearly every Legend of Zelda game has been packed into a minute long Minecraft-style parody of the series. The video pokes fun at some of the series’ idiosyncrasies and Link’s sleepy tendencies. In the end, Link goes a little haywire and makes some rash decisions.

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Brendan Milos Majora’s Mask Artwork – Wolfos

WolfosBrendan 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 Wolfos. Originally appearing in Ocarina of Time, Wolfos can be found during the nighttime along the Road to Southern Swamp. They can also be found during the Spring time in the Twin Islands region of Snowhead, replacing their White Wolfos counterparts. 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. Additionally, after the jump you’ll find a Let’s Paint time lapse video of Brendan creating this piece of artwork.

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Zelda Dungeon Talks: Should Link Have A Companion In Zelda Wii U?

In most Zelda games, Link has a companion that accompanies him throughout the journey. These characters provide more characterization for our hero, usually doing all the talking for him and most closely interacting with him. These characters all play an important role in their respective games; whether it be Fi delivering messages, Navi and Tatl giving advice, or Proxi somewhat giving voice to Link in Hyrule Warriors. It’s generally known that some people despise Navi and Fi, but with that being said, do we want someone alongside Link in the upcoming Zelda Wii U title?

In this week’s Zelda Dungeon Talks, various staff members give their opinions on this topic, and elaborate on their reasoning.

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Gossip Stone: How Much of Future Zelda Games Should Be Revealed Prior to Release?

spoiler_alert_300_w2[1]Spoilers are a very common thing these days. To many die-hard video game fans of various franchises, being an internet frequenter can be very difficult prior to the release of a new series installment, if they want to avoid having things from the new game spoiled. As for us Zelda fans, things are just the same, if not worse. With the release date of Zelda Wii U possibly being revealed in soon, content from the game, even entire game synopses, will surely start appearing online, and it might be hard to avoid seeing it. Should something be done about this? Should so much of revealed by the developers before the game is even out? Join the discussion after the jump!

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Channel Z: The Zelda Dungeon Podcast Returns

podcastToday we have the first episode of Zelda Dungeon’s newest podcast, Channel Z. Join Seth, Ari, Jamie, Mellow Ezlo and Pendio as we discuss Zelda Wii U, the live action Zelda show rumors and more!

This show was produced by members of the Zelda Dungeon Forums and as this is the first episode of a brand new project, it is a bit rough around the edges. However, for a first shot, I think the team did fairly well as there is some good Zelda discussion. Go ahead and make the jump to take a listen.

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Zelda Universe Fan-made Game Looking For Interested Developers

ZU fan game The fanmade Zelda game Timeless Haven created by our friends over at Zelda Universe has officially released the pre-beta for the game! They also provided the news that the uncompleted game is in need of two programmers who are experienced in programming, scripting, and teamwork (more details after the jump). Hit the jump if you’re interested in more information or wish to try the game! Read more…