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I don’t want to sound like a contender for the next presenter of Top Gear but some say it’s the best console ever. Some say it had some of the greatest games ever made. It’s the Nintendo 64 and while we all have our top 5 games for the system, it’s a pretty safe bet that either Ocarina of Time, Majora’s Mask or both would be in it. Whichever your preference, you can now get a custom N64 from Etsy…

As always, there are tons of Zelda-related projects that have surfaced on the internet.  Previously there was an aquarium, AND a Zelda-themed Keyblade- that’s a lot of work for just one of those projects!  But a new project has surfaced- about 2 weeks ago, a Zelda fan -Imgur user fandango328- found a pirate treasure chest in a garage sale. After a few days of work, it turned into a gorgeous Zelda-themed treasure chest. It looks amazing, and I commend them on…

 We’ve been featuring a lot of different musical covers here on Zelda Dungeon, but I don’t think we’ve ever heard anything quite like this before. Imagine what the Dark World theme from A Link to the Past would sound like played on instruments that you may not have considered instruments before. Like maybe a 3D printer, or what about an old floppy drive? I know, some of you guys are wondering what the heck a floppy drive is, or wondering…

Sailor Moon and Majora’s Mask were born to have their own crossover. They both obsess over the moon, both have guys who wear masks, and are both dealing with an overwhelming evil set out to destroy the world, so why not put the two together? Laura Kerger, known as ArtistGamerGirl on YouTube, did just that in her latest animation by showing us Link’s true Fierce Deity transformation process, in Sailor Moon fashion…

With plenty of fantastic hand made Legend of Zelda merchandise out there, it’s not difficult to find your favourite item, tunic or gear made and brought to life somewhere around the world. This rings true for most Zelda games across the franchise, spanning many items and gear alike. The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker hosts many of those great items that fans love to replicate and make real. This could be due to the unique cel-shaded style of graphics,…

Have you ever been struck by the overwhelming urge to play the original Legend of Zelda, but happened to be stranded in public without a 3DS? For those of you who’ve experienced this struggle, computer programmer Rich McLaughlin has got you covered. In an effort to combine his love of videogames and JavaScript, McLaughlin created The Legend of Zelda in browser-based HTML5 using Canvas. He had to recreate the game from scratch, so he made some minor changes along the…

With several Zelda plushies fan made and manufactured, rarely do you find a plushie made out of a song. YouTube uploader Geek Girl Fi published a video of a Song of Storms plushie, which is made to resemble the music clef displayed in Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask. This is a very creative and unique idea, so make sure to hit the jump to take a look!

The fanmade Zelda game Timeless Haven created by our friends over at Zelda Universe has officially released the pre-beta for the game! They also provided the news that the uncompleted game is in need of two programmers who are experienced in programming, scripting, and teamwork (more details after the jump). Hit the jump if you’re interested in more information or wish to try the game!

Here’s another custom fan art post based on Majora’s Mask, this time made in a seemingly more dangerous manner than the last. Make the jump to check out a video of wooden artisan and YouTuber Griffon Ramsay using a chainsaw to create the eponymous and ever-mischievous Majora’s Mask. Don’t try this at home!

I’m sure all of us know that The Legend of Zelda franchise has a huge community, so we’re bound to see fans creating various things from, or inspired by the series.  As we’ve all come to know, many Zelda fans have created their own custom Zelda-themed products, ranging from necklaces, to lamps, to an NES in-whole. And as I’m sure we’ve all seen a few Zelda-inspired headphones here and there over the time we’ve explored the internet. But the fan…