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Tri Force Heroes was released just in time for Zelda Month and PeanutButterGamer didn’t miss a beat with this timely and hilarious review of the title. PBG admits that he avoided watching commercials and reading news about Tri Force Heroes so that he could form an opinion on the game that was entirely his own, so he maintains a unique perspective on it; he shares his opinion of the game’s humour, single player vs. multiplayer experiences, and of course its…

The launch of Tri Force Heroes is just days away, and many of us have now had a chance to try our hand at the upcoming title in this past weekends demo event. But that only gave us a snippet of what the game will actually be like! In last weeks Famitsu magazine, four different writers shared their thoughts and impressions of the game, as well as their overall review scores of 9,9,8, and 8. Some of them where fascinated…

Back in the day before smartphones and social media became the way to busy oneself and connect with friends, people got together to play board games. As the go to in-home entertainment, popular media often found its way into this medium and video games were no exception. Cinemassacre’s Board James sat down with the Angry Video Game Nerd to play some good old fashioned video game board games, one of which was The Legend of Zelda board game.   The…

Zelda rip-offs, imitations, and “inspired-by” games are nothing new to the series’ fanbase, we see new ones emerge every day on a wide range of consoles and gaming outlets. This trend of pulling ideas from Zelda games has been going on since the dawn of the series, so YouTube personality Boku No Eruption compiled a list of his favorite 2-D Legend of Zelda clones in an engaging video review. He debated the merits of these Zelda “inspired” games; he gives…

Ben “Yahtzee” Crosshaw is no stranger to reviewing Zelda games. Since his debut on The Escapist in 2007 this fast-talking self-styled jaded misanthropic Brit has reviewed all but one of the Zelda games that came out since. He started with Phantom Hourglass, skipped Spirit Tracks and has reviewed Skyward Sword, A Link Between Worlds, Hyrule Warriors, Wind Waker HD and Ocarina of Time 3D. Yahtzee has finally reviewed the latest release in the series: Majora’s Mask 3D. Watch the review…

The reviews are finally in and Majora’s Mask 3D has not met with a terrible fate! Though the game releases next Friday in most countries, critics were able to get their hands on advanced copies and they were not disappointed, well most weren’t. Metacritic compiled a list of the reviews done thus far, and out of more than thirty reviews only eight gave the game a rating of less than 90 out of 100. Some of the most reputable review…

Hyrule Warriors has finally been released in North America, and many of us here at Zelda Dungeon have been able to pick up our own copy and enjoy this Zelda spin-off title. And there have also been those of us who have gotten the game already, from either Japan, Europe or Australia. Now that we’ve had the chance to play the game, we’d like to give our thoughts on the title, to all of you. Interested to know more? Go…

A few weeks back Famitsu Magazine gave us the first review of Hyrule Warriors, with all four reviewers scoring the game as a 9/10, which gave it a collect review score of 36/40. We now have our second review, this one coming from Anime Globe, and they didn’t have the same attitude about the game. The review itself doesn’t go into great detail, but it does praise both the Adventure Mode, as well as the games great soundtrack. The reviewer…

Just over two years ago, during the height of the 25 year anniversary celebrations of The Legend of Zelda franchise, one of the most anticipated games in recent history was released: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. It garnered game of year accolades from several videogame publications, and some, including IGN, went as far as to say that Skyward Sword “is the greatest Zelda game ever created.” However, now that two years have passed, and the hype has worn off,…

GameSpot just named A Link Between Worlds their game of the year, find out why and who it beat out, after the jump!