Category: Zelda News

Update: Nintendo has unveiled the official announcement of Diablo III Eternal Collection. This post has been updated to include the official announcement. Blizzard hasn’t had a game on a Nintendo console in many years, but that is looking to change. Diablo III will be coming to the Nintendo Switch sometime in 2018. The original postings have been removed, but according to screenshots snagged from the now-deleted Forbes post, it will be titled the Eternal Collection and will include all the…

Have you ever wanted a fairy to have your back? Well, now you can, with a slick, little backpack that looks like Navi the fairy. This officially licensed Nintendo merchandise is now available to preorder on Merchoid. The backpack itself measures 7.5″x7.5″ with a depth of 4″. The bag also has an interior pocket with card slots. The lining of the bag is printed as well, and the backpack zips closed. You can get your hands on this Navi backpack…

While GameStop primarily sells video games, they do also sell various forms of gaming merchandise from different franchises. Recently, coin albums inspired by The Legend of Zelda and Super Mario have appeared as brand new merchandise at GameStop. The coin albums themselves contain spots for 10 coins each, with the coins themselves representing different items from Breath of the Wild and the original Super Mario Bros respectively. For a closer look at the Legend of Zelda coins and coin album, YouTuber Hassan Ahmed…

Captain Toad Treasure Tracker had an interesting origin story, and in fact didn’t start as a Mario-esque title at all, but rather as a Zelda title. Polygon recently published an interview with the game’s director, Shinya Hiratake, and he revealed the title’s origins began not as a Super Mario 3D World inspiration, but rather as small dioramas with Link, since he was known for his dungeoneering abilities. Shinya Hirataka shared about the game’s inception: “But the original idea for Captain…

You read that correctly — Majora’s Mask has sent its falling Moon to the world of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate! Appearing as an Assist Trophy, we will see the Moon fall into the players’ stage, causing absolute devastation. This is a surefire way to keep players on their toes during battle. The Moon making an appearance as an Assist Trophy is an interesting choice by the developers, and is a nice way to bring one of the darker moments of the Zelda franchise into Super Smash…

Nintendo announced the return of “My Music” in their Direct broadcast this morning. For those unfamiliar, the mode will allow players to go in and choose the music for their current stage. For example, if one is playing a Zelda stage, then that player can pick any of the music from The Legend of Zelda! And Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will not give us a shortage of tracks from across Nintendo’s vast collection — in fact, it’s clocking in at roughly 900 tracks. Not…

We saw gameplay featuring the shiny and improved Hyrule Castle stage from the original Smash in the breakdown of stages during Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Direct. Nintendo seems to have gone with a more classic look for the stage, keeping true to the original visual style seen in the days of Smash 64.  Hyrule Castle is just one of the favorite stages that will be making an appearance in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Stay tuned to Zelda Dungeon for more details as they come. Source: Nintendo…

The Legend of Zelda‘s timeline is a famously complex creation. First officially established in The Hyrule Historia, the timeline has helped players understand how the different Zelda games fit together chronologically. But with A Link Between Worlds, Tri Force Heroes, and Breath of the Wild having been released since Historia‘s publication, fans have tirelessly speculated about the latest Zelda titles’ placements in the timeline. As detailed in a recent video by GameXplain, Nintendo recently made changes to the Zelda timeline on the official History section of the Japanese Zelda website….

Nintendo recently premiered a new video series on its official Play Nintendo channel, a YouTube channel dedicated to kids and family audiences. The Adventures of Link and Larry the Cucco follows the antics of our two eponymous heroes as they explore the world of Breath of the Wild. There’s plenty to do in the latest Zelda title, so each minute-long episode features a small misadventure of the unlikely duo. While the videos are clearly aimed at children and will likely cause adult…

Zelda II: The Adventure of Link nowadays is considered less of the black sheep of the Zelda family, and more of the dark horse. Its style was a complete departure from what the first game brought. Some people enjoyed it, while others harped on its new overhauled style. Takuya Aizu, the CEO of Inti Creates, sounds like he’s in the former according to a recent interview from issue #34 of Nintendo Force. During the interview, Aizu was asked, if he could…