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During the half hour Hyrule Warriors Legends livestream that Koei Tecmo held today, the team showed off the game’s snazzy character-filled 3DS theme. The theme is basically just a background image on the home screen that slides along with the 3DS when swiped to reveal more of the picture before looping back around. As mentioned, the image is chock full of characters from the game; all of the playable characters reside on the top screen, and the bottom screen is…

The Collectible Badge Center is a fun little mini-game app exclusive to Japanese 3DS owners. Recently the app received an update where even more badges were added to the already plentiful list of Zelda inspired badges already available. This time the badges are in retro design featuring five different panels with Link, Ganon, and Zelda from the original The Legend of Zelda. Zelda wasn’t the only title to receive some retro love, Metroid also saw some retro badges added as well as a…

Good news for those of you who own Japanese 3DS systems and can take advantage of the Collectible Badge Center homescreen customization options: you will now be able to adorn that homebase with seven panels worth of cute-as-can-be Tri Force Heroes badges. The recent update also brings four panels of Kirby’s Dreamland Game Boy badges and two free plays and a free Baito badge for every ¥90 spent until October 30th. Most of the Tri Force Heroes badges just depict…

The Collection Badge Center is (currently) a Japan-only 3DS title involving collecting memorable badges in a traditional arcade style crane game. The newest weekly update for the Badge Center has added three more badges of characters from The Wind Waker HD. Having more things to collect for a Zelda game is always a positive thing because it keeps you on your toes when it comes to any Zelda news. These badges will definitely keep your collecting obsession going…

The Collectible Badge Center for the 3DS is still a Japan exclusive; for those of you that might have never heard about it before, its an awesome little crane-like mini game that you can play for “badges” that you then use to decorate your 3DS Home Screen. Recently they have added another set of Zelda badges in the form of characters from The Wind Waker HD, you can get your hands on Zelda, Tingle, and Ganondorf in a total of eight…

Back in December, Nintendo released Collectible Badge Center in Japan: an application for the 3DS that allows you to collect badges based on different Nintendo games. The player wins badges by playing a crane-like mini game, and can then display their winnings proudly on their 3DS Home Screen

The application received its first set of The Legend of Zelda-themed badges back in January

The Collectible Badge Center, an app we have shared with you before, that is available only in Japan for your 3DS has added even more Zelda badges. The crane-like mini game where you can collect adorable little badges to decorate your 3DS Home Screen has just added several new panels that include badges inspired by The Legend of Zelda. You will find the likes of Link, Zelda, Tingle, even some Cucco’s in these latest badges to show off some Zelda…

The Collectible Badge Center is currently exclusive to Japan, it entails a crane-like mini game where you can collect adorable little badges to customize your 3DS Home Menu and if you’re like me, you wish we had it to! The Badge Center has featured many different badges inspired by several of Nintendo’s most popular games and The Legend of Zelda series is not left out. The latest addition to the Badge Center are inspired by The Wind Waker HD.

The Collectible Badge Center has released a new wave of Zelda badges to unlock over in Japan. For those who don’t know, The Collectible Badge Center is an application for the 3DS in Japan with a crane-like mini game and a limited number of attempts to collect new badges. When the player runs out of attempts, they can wait a day to gain three more, or pay for more. If they’re able to acquire all the themed badges, they make…

If you’re like me you are hoping that the Japanese exclusive Collectible Badge Center for the 3Ds makes it’s way overseas. It’s a pay-to-play crane game that allows you to collect badges and personalize your 3DS home screen. Last month we showcased a set of A Link Between Worlds badges but now there’s a new set of beautiful badges for Majora’s Mask 3D that are sure to increase your gaming-envy. Hit the jump to find out more.