Category: Zelda News

No More Heroes: Travis Strikes Again launches soon, in about 24 hours in Japan. And the game’s creator, Suda51, took to Twitter today talk about a special shirt the game’s protagonist will be able to collect and wear. Presented in a tweet with the caption “24  hours remain,” the shirt prominently features Link from Majora’s Mask. Attentive players will remember these words from Majora’s Mask, shown on the last of three days that drive the game’s mechanics. Suda51 is one of the…

Since its launch in September of last year, Nintendo Switch Online has stocked its digital library of NES games with a steady stream of updates. For instance, Zelda II: The Adventure of Link was added to the Switch Online service just last week. While getting free access to classic titles is certainly a perk of the service, many fans have expressed their desire to see games from other, more recent platforms added to Nintendo Switch Online, perhaps developing into a…

Nintendo has some wonderful news for the Zelda fans who also love great prices. Three new titles have joined the Nintendo Selects library, with Majora’s Mask 3D being one of them. And joining Majora’s Mask 3D is Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS, and StarFox 64 3D. Players can pick any of these wonderful titles up for just $19.99 USD/$29.99 CAD. I think it’s wonderful that Nintendo is continuing the Nintendo Selects program. They often select the most classic and…

The Nintendo Entertainment Systsem – Nintendo Switch Online service has been updating regularly, and their next update is coming January 16th. The titles arriving at that time will be  Blaster Master and Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. Both games are their original versions, ported over to the Online Service. It’s good to see that Nintendo is keeping the NES Online roster robust and that it’s expanding at a decent pace. Zelda II isn’t my favorite Zelda game, but it…

The latest update to the My Nintendo rewards program for Europe now includes The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass and The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks. If you are a member of the My Nintendo rewards program and have at least 40 Gold Points stashed away, you can avail of a 40% discount on the game of your choice. Both games are available as Virtual Console DS games, which will allow you to embark upon your quest to save Hyrule from the…

One of the most well-documented glitches in the original Super Mario Bros. is a hidden stage referred to as “World -1”, an ever-looping water level that can only be reached by glitching through a wall in World 1-2. While players were never intended to access this “Minus World,” it has become something of a curiosity from the NES era. Well, it would seem that the Super Mario wasn’t the only tent-pole NES title that contains a glitched Minus World. As…

Amazon has revealed its “Best Sellers of 2018” list, including a section dedicated to video games. The list incorporates 42 of the most popular Nintendo games, consoles, and accessories throughout the United States, with the Nintendo Switch products dominating the top spots. The NES Classic Mini — the modern version of the retro Nintendo Entertainment System — proved that older games are still in demand, finding its place at number 17, while The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild managed…

The official Twitter account for The Legend of Zelda recently unveiled new artwork featuring Zelda characters who are rostered in the new Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The artwork showcases Breath of the Wild’s Link, sporting his blue Champions Tunic, alongside Toon Link and Child Link, each of whom are competing with Ganondorf, Sheik, and Princess Zelda in an attempt to reach the Triforce first. The artwork was released as part of a Nintendo-wide countdown to December 7th, when the game is released to the public and available to…

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…