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That’s right! This campaign was one of the most exciting battles in Zelda Warfare history. Even Mases and I had a pretty hard time keeping our composure at times. You are not going to want to miss this action as we continue the trading sequence, revisit Dodongo’s Cavern as an adult, and make our way into Death Mountain’s crater. You can also expect to see some Zelda Warfare staples such as magic bean rides, scarecrows, and secret grottos! Starting the…

Set to release on Nintendo Switch this spring, Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition definitely looks as though it will live up to its name. Along with all of the content from both the Wii U and 3DS version of the game, this iteration will feature Breath of the Wild-themed costumes and Joy-Con share play. Perhaps I should have expected this, but I’m pleasantly surprised that Koei Tecmo went beyond simply re-releasing the Wii U version with only the additional characters from…

Hey there guys, we’ve got a just slightly different kind of mailbag this time; we have fewer questions but a few long answers. Tell me what you think about it, but either way they won’t all be like this! We talk a lot about Link, our beloved protagonist (or is he?) as well as a bit about the Four Swords games and multiplayer Zelda in general, along with Timeshift Stones and other Sheikah technology! Enjoy the mailbag!

One can’t think of The Legend of Zelda without hearing the ghost of it’s iconic music flitting through their mind. That being said, we here at Zelda Dungeon wish to continue our themed weeks by paying tribute to one of the franchise’s most beloved aspects. And so, starting February 19th and continuing on through the 25th, we will be bringing you all things musical when it comes to our Zelda coverage, with Music Week. You can look forward to many…

Greetings, Zelda fans! Love is in the air with this week’s Zelda Dungeon Caption Contest. Valentine’s Day — or known to some as Single Awareness Day — is only a few days away, and that means we’re going to start seeing a flurry of romantic well-wishes across the internet. Now, the Zelda series has only flirted with the realm of romance a few times, so finding a suitable image for this week’s contest was a bit of a challenge. Luckily,…

I’m kind of surprised that the Four Swords  games haven’t been given more love over the years on newer systems that better accommodate the multiplayer experience. The timed releases of Four Swords Anniversary Edition on the DS and 3DS with little to no advertising received a lot of backlash, and rightfully so. Nintendo didn’t properly advertise the re-release of this game and many fans weren’t even aware that it was available, and by the time many of us found out, the limited re-release…

It’s fun to recreate recipes found in our favorite games. In fact, Zelda fans everywhere can be creative when it comes to making recipes from Breath of the Wild and have fun while doing so. But if you don’t have a lot of confidence in your cooking skills, you can watch this fun, cooking series on YouTube that shows its audience how to make video game-themed recipes, step by step. Recently, a new video has the host teaching their viewers…

If there’s one thing the Zelda series has in spades, it’s interesting characters. While not all of them hit the mark, they’re all quirky and compelling in their own way. From Midna to Tingle, there’s someone of every type in the franchise. That being said, everybody reacts to things in unique ways. For example, many fans love Midna while a few (such as myself) don’t really mesh with her. Tingle is another fantastic study. He’s an awkward 30+ year old man…

With Music Week coming up pretty soon, there will be a lot of debate as to what is considered the best of the best when it comes to music from the Zelda series. Lists will be made, the comments section will implode, but only a select handful of songs will be considered amazing by our readers. The ten songs we are looking at today are not that kind though, as SuperMCGamer puts in his two cents as to what is…

Aside from losing your phone, one of the most expensive portable things a gamer can lose nowadays is a Nintendo Switch cartridge. Slightly smaller than a 3DS cartridge, this little piece of gaming goodness’ only saving grace is the much bigger box it originally comes in. Sure there are portable carrying cases you can buy, but why do that when you can hold your precious copy of Breath of the Wild on a keychain? The gaming accessory company Max Limited…