Category: Zelda Fan Content

While Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity created its share of controversy, particularly regarding the way in which it was marketed, most Zelda fans agree that the game told a riveting story backed by an outstanding original soundtrack. Unlike Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition, which featured driving electronic rock, Age of Calamity featured a moving original score performed by an orchestra. Now thanks to Ben Emberley, a British composer and conductor, Zelda fans can re-experience the epic final battle with Calamity Ganon as they listen to…

A remake of a classic video game can often inspire a fun time for nostalgic fans, so much so that it can inspire great works of art. The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening is no exception. With Nintendo’s release of a remake of the classic Zelda title back in 2019, fans seemed to be on the edge of their seats with excitement. After all, it’s not like you could go back and visit Koholint Island re-imagined every day. Now you…

Zelda fans all know the moment–the first time in the franchise history that players took hold of the controller and guided Link into a small cave at the top of the screen; an Old Man warns the Hero and gives him the Wooden Sword. Now thanks to Esty artist ChikkiThingsLtd, fans can leave home with a wave of nostalgia–and perhaps finally remember their keys! This Zelda key holder includes five key ring swords, which lock into place for storage; and…

Our friends over at Linktober are hosting an online Zelda-themed “comic-con” to support artists and creators within the Zelda community for a second summer in a row. Last year was the first year for the virtual event, and it is returning again early this summer. Zelda Creator Con will once again take place as a virtual convention. A date for the event has yet to be revealed, but more details are expected to come very soon. You can find more information…

The Zelda series is no stranger to a little bit of crossover action. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild alone features an entire smattering of elements from many different entries. However, notorious The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker modder BigSharkZ decided to take this practice to a completely different level for April Fool’s Day this year. The trailer for the project, dubbed The Legend of Zelda: Winds of Time, features a complete re-imagining of The Legend of Zelda:…

Violinist Taylor Davis, known in the Zelda community for her amazing covers of popular Zelda tunes, has announced a new Zelda cover album! The new album will focus on Zelda music in a folk style, and it will feature both reimagined arrangements from her previous Zelda cover album, Melodies of Hyrule, and a few new songs that we have never heard her perform before! Davis announces that the album will release at the end of May, so we won’t have to wait…

With the release of its sequel (hopefully) approaching, now is the perfect time to revisit Breath of the Wild. For those who finished almost everything in the game, a newly discovered glitch may provide a way to spice up your playthrough. Champion Daruk’s mild-mannered descendent Yunobo usually follows Link around Death Mountain until he accesses the Divine Beast Vah Rudania. But thanks to glitch hunters EndSheins and ThornyFox, a simple new exploit allows players to keep Yunobo as a permanent…

You stand amidst the endless sands of a vast desert. You walk for miles without any visible changes to the landscape around you. Suddenly, you hear a faraway noise. You can see the sand ahead shifting in the distance as a massive beast pushes its way towards you. You feel a sense of confusion and terror as the huge creature closes in on you. Out of the sand, a leviathan emerges to swallow you whole. That sense of shock and…

If you feel like you’ve met with a terrible fate, check out Dano Brown. His bespoke toys and action figures (NSFW humor in some products) will help turn things around for you. Known as @danobananotoys on social media, Mr. Brown makes a variety of custom action figures and patches. His most recent release is a spot-on recreation of the Happy Mask Salesman from The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. As a toy maker, Mr. Brown is the whole package. As…

Koroks. I love ’em, you love ’em, everybody loves ’em. These little leaf-faced guys have stolen the hearts of Zelda fans since their introduction in The Wind Waker and have persisted to this day in Breath of the Wild and Age of Calamity. Once the children of the Kokiri Forest, Koroks now roam the wilds as sapling-like creatures that aid the incarnations of Link over the ages. Given their popularity, I have no doubt that we’ll continue to see Koroks as mainstays…