Zelda Dungeon Marathon 2019:

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After Skyward Sword introduced a flying-based overworld, where the player uses Loftwings to travel from place to place, a number of longtime fans (especially after dealing with Skyward Sword‘s rather bland overworld) wished to be back on the ground with Link’s most trusted steed: Epona. None can deny that Zelda’s most famous methods of travel, beyond Link and his slow little feet, is Epona, the age-old horse that is making her latest appearance in Zelda Wii U’s new open world….

Zelda Wii U/NX is well on its way to release (I am being generous with that statement, I believe), and we are all gearing up for a sweet new open-world title with a massive land full of life and intrigue. …Hopefully. To be honest, there are certain major aspects of Zelda’s various overworlds that could use a little work, and I hope that these aspects are cleaned up in the new game. Twilight Princess HD, for example, was fantastic, but…

Well, this is certainly going to be a hard piece to write. It seems that Nintendo is gearing up to have a seriously Zelda-centric E3 presence, by which I mean you should only expect Zelda this year. No Digital Event. No NX. Just the new Zelda. As a Zelda fan – a hardcore fan for my whole life – is truly pains me to say this: it is far too likely that Nintendo is making one seriously bad decision, and…

That’s right, everybody. The salt is real. With a single destructive Tweet from Nintendo , the internet has once again been smashed to bits by Nintendo’s rather questionable development practices. Last week’s reveal that Zelda Wii U will not be out until at least the NX’s March 2017 release, and that it will be dual-releasing on it and the Wii U, hit fans hard, and unlike the previous delays and such, this news seems to say a lot more than…

Zelda Wii U is almost guaranteed to be releasing this year, what with Nintendo’s latest – and rather adamant – clip of the game, with a big ol’ “2016” plastered in front of Link. That basically means that we can expect Nintendo reveal a metric ton of info on the game this coming E3, followed by a bunch of advertising and marketing for the game. After all, as Nintendo’s biggest franchise, beyond Mario, Zelda deserves no less. That being said,…

Zelda Wii U is getting to be a bigger and bigger source of discussion the closer we get to this year’s E3, and for good reason. It stands as a major poont for Nintendo’s presence at the conference, and we can undoubtedly expect trailers, screenshots and game details come the press conference/digital event. We will finally learn the in’s and out’s of this prolific new title, including what kinds of creatures will be seen in it. Many new Zelda games…

In close to two months, we’ll be getting a much-anticipated E3, and boy does Nintendo seem to be leading up to an impressive showing. They appear to be making big plans for Zelda specifically, celebrating the 30th anniversary properly, and talking about all the things we’ve been waiting for – Zelda Wii U, new merchandise, and of course, more Hyrule Warriors DLC. The official Hyrule Warriors site has a full list of upcoming downloadable content packs, as well as hints…

Twilight Princess HD has been out for some time now, giving us a chance to go through the game many of us recognize, and to prepare for the biggest new addition to the game: The Cave of Shadows. This new challenge had a lot of fans guessing as to whether they would like it, since it could have ended up being little more than a clone of the already-existing Cave of Ordeals, but with 10 less floors, and with Wolf…

Many modern games, particularly triple-A, story-driven titles like many of the Zelda games, are expected to have larger and more detailed stories with every new entry to the series. There is no question that some of the best Zeldas, including even the more recent gems like A Link Between Worlds, were a bit shallow on story, but since it was the gameplay and the adventure itself was what made it so great, that did not really matter. Unfortunately, Zelda Wii…

Last month, we all celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Japanese release of The Legend of Zelda on the Famicom. All of us… except Nintendo. The recent Nintendo Direct surprised a lot of fans in a bad way, with a severe lack of Zelda content, even though it would have bee the ideal time to discuss the 30th anniversary. At this point, many worry that we are not going to see any Zelda coverage at all until E3. This would…