Author: Almog Rimmer

The official Nintendo Switch remake of Link’s Awakening can’t come soon enough for many of us. And that anticipation is what drove Zelda fansite ZeldaForce to develop their own remake of the game, using the art style of its SNES predecessor, A Link To The Past. The project, planned to release in 2020, is called “A Link To The Dream” and will be available on AmigaOS, Windows, and MacOS. Until we get the full product in 2020, the folks at ZeldaForce have…

The Wall Street Journal reports that two new models for the Nintendo Switch will launch as early as this summer. Much like Sony’s competing models for Playstation 4 (Pro and Slim), these new Switch models will target the hardcore and casual gaming markets, respectfully. The first model, said to target avid video game players, will be more expensive and will tout “enhanced features”, though it reportedly will not be as powerful as the Playstation 4 Pro or Xbox One X….

During today’s Nintendo Direct, it was announced that a new update for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is scheduled for this spring. The finer details of Version 3.0 are unknown as of this point, but we do know that new fighter Joker and Challenger Pack 1 will be out by the end of April. We can’t wait for the update to come! Let us know what you think in the comments below. Source: Nintendo Direct

Nine years after the original Darksiders was released, the remastered version, Warmastered Edition, was announced as coming to Nintendo Switch. The game is set to arrive April 2nd both physically and digitally, and it will be listed at $29.99 USD. The Darksiders franchise, created by Vigil Games (now developed by Gunfire Games), has seen three installments so far, with the third launched not too long ago in November. So far, Darksiders has yet to make a big splash on Nintendo consoles, with the first…

It is official: a press release by studio Analgesic Productions confirms that a sequel to the 2013 RPG Anodyne is coming to Windows, Mac, and Linux this May. The game will be titled Anodyne 2: Return to Dust. The game will include 2D dungeons (a la A Link to the Past), as well as 3D environments between which the player (as Nova the Nano Cleaner) will switch. To access the 2D sections, Nova must find characters in the 3D world, who are infected by…

As is the case every six months, the Zeldathon team, led by one SuperMCGamer, is getting prepared for another 142-hour marathon of Zelda goodness, this time gathering donations for the Direct Relief charity. The livestream of the marathon begins at 4PM ET, and you can watch it all right here. Needless to say, it’s always exciting to see how the Zelda series can can bring fans together and be used for such good cause. Source: Zeldathon

The Champion’s Tunic, that blue tunic that replaced the iconic green combo of hat and tunic, only to become iconic itself, is a great deviation from Link’s usual design. But what caused the developers to choose this tunic? In an interview documented in the recently translated Breath of the Wild — Creating A Champion artbook, the development team for Breath of the Wild explains this choice of design. Series director Eiji Aonuma explains the design change thusly: “Link is the game’s protagonist,…

It was announced in August of this year that the Zelda-inspired title Aragami: Shadow Edition is to come to the Nintendo Switch. Yet no release date was presented, at least until now. We have learned that this game will visit the Switch on February 22, 2019. Video game publisher and distributor Merge Games has also made a physical signature edition bundle, which includes all sorts of cool bonuses, such as two enamel pin badges, a soundtrack CD, and even an…

For all of us who are still recovering from the Black Friday sales, but crave for more, fret not: Cyber Monday is upon us, with tons of sales and discounts. One such discount is the 3DS remaster of a Nintendo 64 classic, Ocarina of Time 3D. This classic legend is now on sale for only $13.99 USD, but you better hurry, as the deal only lasts until Wednesday, November 28th at 8:59 AM PT. So act fast if you still haven’t…

According to reports coming out of The Legend of Zelda: Concert 2018 held today in Osaka, Japan, series producer Eiji Aonuma teased a possible port of Wii title Skyward Sword to the Nintendo Switch. His statement has caused a major amount of Twitter posts on the subject from concert attendees. Only time will tell if this rumor is true or not. One thing for sure is that we are going to keep an eye out for updates on the subject! Would you want to see…