Category: Tri Force Heroes

Tri Force Heroes is seemingly no one’s favorite Zelda game, if our recent list is anything to go by. It had some great ideas, but an incessant multiplayer fixation scuppered its appeal for many. Finding enough players via online communication invited many a relentless troll, local player wasn’t much better. It felt like screwing over your team mates in parts was encouraged, and rightly so, it was a blast. But for the less vindictive of us, actually working together to…

Having recently played Super Mario Odyssey, I really enjoyed flitting from world to world collecting souvenirs and bumper stickers, like some kind of overzealous, Italian, body-snatching tourist…which is exactly what I’d become. But what does this have to do with Zelda? Well dear reader, as I traveled from kingdom to kingdom, sampling the various delight each had to offer, furnishing my little home from home with statues, knick-knacks and ornamental forks, I felt something was missing. For a game so…

The Champions’ Ballad DLC is finally here and Zelda fans aren’t the only ones celebrating. My Nintendo is offering some great Zelda inspired rewards, including two wallpapers featuring images related to the DLC; Link on the Master Cycle Zero and a group shot of the five champions, each going for 50 Platinum Points. These will be up for grabs until March 31st, 2018, so don’t miss your chance to snatch them! Also available for a short amount of time are…

It’s finally here! It’s with great pleasure and pride that we at Zelda Informer welcome all you Zelda fans to Zelda Informer’s Best Zelda Ever: 2017 Edition! It’s been awhile since the last time Zelda Informer put together a list like this, and in that time, a lot has happened. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was finally released; longtime editors left, while new editors joined; opinions changed, games aged for better and for worse; and even Zelda…

Dr.Wily does a lot of Zelda video analyses on various aspects of the series, such as an interesting video series on the evolution of different races in the Zelda franchise. In this series, Dr.Wily tries to track what changes were made to a race’s design and how certain characteristics of the race changed. His previous entries include an analysis of the Kokiri and the evolution of the Deku, for example. The particular episode above is dedicated to the Poe. The Poe first appeared in A Link…

During the month of November, we at Zelda Informer have came up with an averaged out list of the best Zelda games ever, which will be unveiled next week on November 30th. This is also the place to remind you that you can win a slick bag with the Shiekah logo embroidered on it, courtesy of our friends at Musterbrand. All you need to do is go to the original post, and leave a comment saying what you think our list will look like….

Hey everyone, and welcome to Zelda Informer’s Best Zelda Ever 2017 Announcement / Contest Thread. You can think of this post as a trailer for our list, which will be published in full on November 30th. Please take a minute to watch the video above to get all of the details. Finished? Awesome. Let’s go over some logistics. As stated in the video, you have a chance to win a pretty sweet bag embroidered with the Sheikah logo courtesy of…

Our Best Dungeon tournament continues with two new titles. As the Sword & Shield Maze and Temple of Darkness duke it out in our last poll, the winning dungeons of Oracle of Ages and Tri Force Heroes step into the fray today. Mermaid’s Cave (Oracle of Ages) Vs. Sky Temple (Tri Force Heroes) Note: The dungeons featured in our wild card round received the least votes of any dungeon in Round 0, therefore they must earn a spot in Round 1. It’s not always easy to convey…

We’re nearing the end of this preliminary round of our Best Dungeon tournament, and a certain trio is ready to enter the ring. As Thieves’ Hideout takes the lead in our A Link Between Worlds poll, we take a look at the Zelda series’ latest stab at multiplayer gameplay. Tri Force Heroes might have produced some mixed feelings, but I’m sure we can all still come up with a best dungeon. What is the Best Dungeon in Tri Force Heroes?…

We’re just about two years removed from Tri Force Heroes release, and it’s now pretty safe to say that this multiplayer adventure is not among the most popular Zelda games. Though its charm and originality can be admired, TFH simply failed to resonate with the fanbase in a meaningful way. Compare that response to a similar title, Four Swords Adventures. Though alike in many ways, FSA seems to be better accepted by the Zelda community by a considerable degree. But…