Aonuma gives hints on E3 Zelda Wii U

Jacob CarpenterNovember 14th, 2014 by Jacob Carpenter

zelda wii uZelda fans everywhere are on pins and needles hoping for more news on the upcoming Zelda game for the Wii U. In an interview with Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma, he makes some comments over the game that will surely increase the overwhelming hype as we learn more about Zelda Wii U. Click the jump to find out more.
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Mario Kart 8 Triforce Cup DLC

Kevin DoughtyNovember 14th, 2014 by Kevin Doughty

630xThe day has finally arrived for the Zelda DLC for Mario Kart 8 containing 3 characters to race as, four vehicles to crash and eight tracks to cover with banana peels. One of the new cups is the Triforce Cup, which contains three remade tracks and, most importantly, the Hyrule Circuit. I’ve put together a video showing these snazzy courses while driving (or at least trying to) as our favourite hero on his awesome new motorbike. See the video after the jump. Read more…


Majora’s Mask 3DS vs. N64 Comparison

Mases HagopianNovember 13th, 2014 by Mases Hagopian

N64-3DSThe folks over at Nintendo World Report have recreated the brand new Majora’s Mask 3DS trailer, using gameplay video from the original version of Majora’s Mask. They’ve then gone ahead and posted a side by side comparison video where you can put them straight to the test. Go ahead and make the jump to check out the video.

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HMSMajora’s Mask is the Zelda title people think of when you use the term ‘nightmare fuel’. There are a number of things in the game that are straight up terrifying, even if you ignore the horrific things that are only vaguely hinted at. Despite this, the N64 version was rated E for everyone. The new Majora’s Mask 3D is rated E10+. Is that rating appropriate? Click in for more discussion
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Since the announcement of Zelda Wii U, limited details regarding the game’s plot have been spared– leaving plenty of room open for interpretation. Written by one of our very own forum users, Tatltael, has mused an intriguing speculation concerning the story, tone, and other details worth noting that could have otherwise been easily overlooked. You can read all about it after the jump. Read more…


Sheik and Toon Link Amiibo Figures Announced

Ethan HuntNovember 11th, 2014 by Ethan Hunt

Screenshot_12Nintendo has unveiled wave three of the Amiibo line of figures, and it contains two Zelda characters: Sheik and Toon Link! The two figures will be coming early next year alongside nine other Smash Bros. characters. Make the jump to check out some pictures of the figures, as well a video overview from Nintendo and release window.

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Ocarina of Time 3D has been out for long enough for most of us to know the kinds of changes they made from the original Nintendo 64 version when porting to the 3DS. There were some widely praised 3DS-exclusive elements, like the addition of the Boss Rush mode, but a few things are not totally accepted. In Majora’s Mask 3D‘s case, there are several more elements of the game that Nintendo could decide to change, even if they should stay the same. Whether we like it or not, the developers are gonna get creative this time around, so what might they tweak? Join the discussion after the jump!

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400329-skull_kidWhile Majora’s Mask itself is a game shrouded in enough mystery as is, it would seem there are more truths to uncover within the game’s data. According to Did You Know Gaming, a code found in the game suggests that Skull Kid was originally intended to wear three other masks. Hit the jump for Did You Know Gaming’s report. Read more…


Title CardBetween the time when turtles first kidnapped princesses and the rise of the blue hedgehog, there was an aged undreamed of. And onto this, Link, destined to wear the Triforce of Courage upon his sword-wielding hand. It was them, BIC Entertainment, who alone can tell thee of his saga. Let them make them a cartoon showing the days of the adventures of Link!

In the dark years of the late 80’s and early 90’s it was very common to make cartoons out of toys to market them. And in the times where the word ‘Nintendo’ was synonymous with video games, they too joined this trend. From September 8th to December 1st of 1989, thirteen episodes of The Legend of Zelda were aired as part of the Super Mario Bros. Super Show. Perhaps you have seen the entire show already, or know it because of Link’s catchphrase. In the context of Zelda Month, PeanutButterGamer is taking a look at the first episode and give his thoughts on it. Watch the video after the break!
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MMsaveIn the wake of the news that Majora’s Mask will be remade for the 3DS, Eiji Aonuma has posted his thoughts over on Miiverse. Although he might not be able to reveal too much for the time being, he spared some insight regrading the development and features of Majora’s Mask 3D. Click the jump for further discussion and Aonuma’s Miiverse post.
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Pilot Episode of New ZeldaDungeon Youtube Series

Logan AffleckNovember 8th, 2014 by Logan Affleck

Curiosity ShopWe have decided to begin a new Zelda-themed fan show. For now, it will be going under the name “Curiosity Shop” until we decide on a new name. You can send in art, questions, poems, fan fiction, and any other manner of Zelda thing you can think of, and we’ll be sure to cover as much as we can! Hit the jump to find out more about this new show…. Read more…


amiboimgUPDATE: Koei Tecmo has clarified that Zelda will not be receiving a new weapon from amiibo. Touching a Link or Zelda amiibo will get you a random weapon from among those already unlocked. You will get the Spinner the first time you touch Link, but there is no special prize for Zelda beyond the random weapon. Other amiibos will get you random weapons, materials, and rupees, up to five times per day.


Earlier it was mentioned that the spinner item from Twilight Princess could be unlocked with the Link Amiibo. Well the folks at Koei Tecmo have recently revealed that the Zelda Amiibo will also unlock a new item. However the weapon that will be unlocked remains to be revealed. The Zelda amiibo will be available in December as a part of the wave two which includes Pit, Luigi, and Captain Falcon.

Jump inside to check it out for yourself.

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This week’s big news is, hands down, Majora’s Mask 3D being announced, but now that the whole “Operation Moonfall” project has successfully won Nintendo’s attention enough for a remake release, what other games might we expect remakes of? Should there be any more remakes at all?

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Legend of Zelda Game Music Video

Joe GajewskiNovember 7th, 2014 by Joe Gajewski

photo (3) The Anime Music Video channel AyEmVees and the gaming channel NintendoGamerFreaks have just released a new music video as a tribute to The Legend of Zelda! It is extremely well-done.

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Possible Majora’s Mask 3DS Release Date

Kevin DoughtyNovember 7th, 2014 by Kevin Doughty

CTR_ZeldaMM_TS_EUR_DUMMYUpdate: It’s worth noting that it was never actually announced for a February release date. The trailer had stated that it was a Spring 2015 release. It was just initially listed for a February 15th release on the Nintendo of Europe website.

I’m sure we are all aware that Majora’s Mask is now being remade for the 3DS as there have been many articles here on Zelda Dungeon recently providing info on the game that has been dreamt of since the Ocarina of Time remake back in 2011. There was info to suggest it would be released on February 15th 2015 but, unfortunately, it seems as though the release date has already been pushed back.

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