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Hyrule Warriors Legends Gameplay Footage Part 2

Screen Shot 2016-01-13 at 10.55.59 AMJust a few days ago, we shared with you some gameplay footage for the upcoming Hyrule Warriors Legends. The footage featured producer, Yosuke Hayashi and voice actress, Ruriko Aoki. During that video the pair took you through quite a bit of gameplay footage. Now Koei Tecmo has released a Part 2 of the video in which the pair make a second appearance and continue to take you through even more gameplay. During the course of the video they are mainly playing through with Link, however they also show off quite a bit of Linkle’s story along with her many, many cucco!

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Zelda-Inspired Series, “Royal Guards”, Releases Pilot Episode

maxresdefaultSome time ago, an Indiegogo page came up to collect fund for a Zelda-based web series, called Royal Guards. The crowd funding was successful, and after a whole lot of work, and some major setbacks causing them to almost completely redo their production, the pilot episode is finally here! It may not be exactly what many thought it would be, but it is still very good. The short episode is heavily Zelda-inspired, and is definitely worth a watch.

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Zelda Universe Releases Act 2 Of Skyward Sword: The Movie

skyward-swordOur friends over at Zelda Universe have been working on their latest project, of turning all the cutscenes from Skyward Sword into a cohesive voice acted movie for all fans to enjoy, for some time now. We have already seen Act 1 come across our screens, and much like their original project that sparked this idea, Hyrule Warriors: The Movie, its pretty amazing. Now, they have just released Act 2 of Skyward Sword: The Movie, but before watching, if you missed out on watching Act 1, click the link above so you can get caught up! Join Link as he begins his journey to the surface to find Zelda and take his place as the Hero of Legend!

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An Evolution Of Link’s Death Animations And Game Over Screens Through The Zelda Series

Medal-Zelda-2-gameover-1041428The Legend of Zelda series will this year be celebrating its 30th Anniversary, with such a long and dare I say, much beloved series, many fans have had countless opportunities to play a lot of the games, and some fans all the titles in the franchise. There are also quite a few of us that have not only played all the titles in the series, but some more than once! With all this game playing I am sure that you have had the unfortunate experience of dying after a stupid move or a really epic battle, where the end result wasn’t exactly what you wanted. Throughout the series we have seen our poor hero die more times than many of us would probably like to remember. As we have all evolved as gamers throughout the history of the franchise, so have the games, and as such so have Link’s deaths and Game Over screens. MasterOfHyrule has recently uploaded a new video to YouTube where we can see the entire evolution of Link’s sad demise throughout the entire series, sticking to the main titles for the most part you can really see how these scenes have evolved over time. Jump in past the break and relive the dreaded moments before you see the words that have inspired screams from many of us Zelda fans… Game Over!

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Zelda Theory: Zelda Wii U to Show Link’s Origins

zelda-screenshot-11 It’s common knowledge at this point that the ‘first’ Ganon(dorf) was the Demon King Demise, and that the ‘first’ Zelda was the mortal being the Goddess Hylia took after she sent the human race skyward and away from the war on the surface. This took place in Skyward Sword. The console game released in 2011 did explain the beginning of several key elements we see in each game. For an example other than the main characters, there’s the making of the Master Sword and the true meaning behind it’s seal on evil. However, there still seems to be some lose ends. The following theory from YouTuber HMK talks about Link, and whether the Link from Skyward Sword is the ‘first’ of the reincarnation cycle as Demise and Zelda/Hylia were, or if there was someone at Hylia’s side during her initial war with Demise. HMK analyzed Skyward Sword and the limited footage we’ve seen of Zelda Wii U and has come up with a theory that might just answer the question of Link’s true origin. Make the jump to check out his video and to hear what he has to say.

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New Dorkly Video “If Zelda Games Played Like Fallout”

What if instead of a fairy, Link had a Pip-Boy? Or if, rather than hearing Koji Kondo’s arrangements, players were treated to Three Dogs’ Galaxy News Radio? The comedic minds over at Dorkly asked themselves the same questions and have turned their answers into a hilarious fifty second parody of A Link to the Past intertwined with Fallout tropes. With a little bit of lock-picking, targeted combat, and a classic Fallout drink, life in Hyrule sure has changed for Link.

Watch Dorkly’s video after the jump to see the Legend of Zelda’s Hyrule meet Fallout’s Wasteland!

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New Hyrule Warriors Legends Gameplay Footage

hyrule-warriors-legends1Yesterday, we shared with you a new 30 second commercial that Koei Tecmo had released for Hyrule Warriors Legends, and today we came across another bit of footage from the game. Keith Tecmo has now released a video of gameplay footage with the Producer of Hyrule Warriors Legends, Yosuke Hayashi and voice actress, Ruriko Aoki. The video is over 17 minutes long and the pair takes you through some gameplay footage, they even have a helpful little fairy pop in to help them get things started.

Jump in past the break and check it out.

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New Hyrule Warriors Legends Japanese Commercial

Screen Shot 2016-01-08 at 10.16.07 AMHyrule Warriors Legends release is just a few weeks away in Japan, and sadly for those of us not in Japan, its a few months away. But Koei Tecmo has just released a new 30 second Japanese commercial to remind us all that we won’t be waiting much longer! Head on past the break to check out the latest commercial for Hyrule Warriors Legends.

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AGDQ 2016: The Legend of Zelda Any% Speedrun, by Lackattack24

hqdefaultAh, the joy of breaking childhood games. SpeedDemosArchive’s charity speedrn marathon, Awesome Games Done Quick 2016, is well under way, and two days ago, Lackattack24 had a great run of The Legend of Zelda on NES. As with any other run, Lack and the gentlemen on the couch help to explain what is going on, how certain aspects of the game work, and what is done to glitch the game. It is an entertaining run, clocking in at 30 minutes and 14 seconds.

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AGDQ 2016: Oracle of Ages Speedrun

ooa speedrunIn a recent Games Done Quick, Casusby completed an any percentage speed run of Oracle of Ages. He acheived a time of 1:59:43. Although this is not as fast as the world record of 1:34:48 it is still an impressive feat and something that I am unable to even dream of doing. Coming in at under two hours it is impressive and great to watch, providing hours of entertainment for those who choose to view it.


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Things Zelda U Could Learn from The Adventure of Link

5 things zelda u could learn from 2In a recent video by Zeltic, he pointed out five things that he believed Zelda U could learn from The Adventure of Link on the NES. It stated that the game should not have experience like in The Adventure of Link, as it would detract from its non linear gameplay. Other points were bringing back the raft and adding Dark Link. The remaining points were bringing back the jump and varied spells.


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SupeReal Productions’ Top 10 Mini Bosses

TTMBSome of you may remember a couple of countdown videos I’ve posted over the years that a friend and I have put together. It started as a one off project but has ended up becoming a yearly tradition and we’ve recently done our fourth countdown: the Top 10 Mini Bosses from across the Zelda series. We have a side plot incorporated into the videos now that mainly started in the previous video, so if you haven’t seen that the intro on this one won’t make a lot of sense. You can check out that video which counts down our Top 10 Mini Dungeons by clicking here.

Take the jump to see what we listed as our favourite mini bosses.

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A Five Year Journey To Beat Ocarina Of Time Has Finally Been Realized

Screen Shot 2016-01-05 at 7.19.40 AMMegaTGarrett has finally completed his five year long quest to beat Ocarina of Time. Garrett lost his sight when he was only 10 years old but even though he is unable to see, it hasn’t stopped him from enjoying playing video games. Back in 2011 he started a journey to successfully navigate his way to the final battle with Ganon, all the while completely blind. With the use of sound and a lot of determination and some help from walkthroughs and fan videos, he has finally come to the end of his long journey and earned a hard won victory! Just a few days ago, garrett uploaded a video of the final battle with Ganon to his YouTube channel stating;

“It has been long in the making, but I have finally accomplished my goal! Who knows what is next! Thanks for all those who have stuck with me through this series even after it seemed like I was giving up. Please enjoy the last vid of Zelda OOt, the final battle against Gannon!”

This has been a long time in the making indeed and we congratulate Garrett on his much deserved victory. Head on past the break to check out that final battle from Ocarina of Time.

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Orchestral Cover of Spirit Tracks’ “Final Exam”

maxresdefaultIt is always good to hear some great renditions of under-appreciated songs, especially when they are orchestral arrangements. Some time ago, a talented YouTuber, Bryan Hermus, posted his orchestral cover of the Final exam song from Spirit Tracks. Bryan is great at what he does, and while he is not currently working on Zelda music primarily, this song could indicate some great Zelda music renditions from him in the future.

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Theory: How The Zoras Evolved To The Rito

how the zora's evolvedIn one of Dr.Wily‘s latest videos he came up with ideas on why the Zora’s needed to evolve to later become the Rito. It could have been possible that the change in water conditions made it so that they were no longer able to live underwater. It could also have happened because there was not enough food for them in The Great Sea. The monsters in The Great Sea could have been a part of the reason that they needed to evolve as well. All of these points were detailed in his video.

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