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In one of the latest interviews with the development team of Tri Force Heroes they discussed some of the costumes and their significance. They talk about costumes such as the cheerleader costume and the Timeless Tunic. They also discuss the choices that they made with costumes and the significance of some of the colors used for the costumes. Check out some of what was said after the jump!

The recently released fan-created book, Legends of Localization Book 1, features all the little hidden details changed between the original Japanese and American versions of The Legend of Zelda on NES, as well as the individual release histories. This obviously must have taken real dedication, and the creators, Clyde And Heidi Mandelin, certainly had their work cut out for them. Still, they managed, and they seem to have had a lot of fun through their individual experiences while creating it….

Boy, these days, are we clawing and scraping for Zelda Wii U news of any kind. trailers, screenshots, artwork, A TITLE – anything would be nice. Thankfully, Aonuma is willing to talk about the game a bit to popular sites, even if he doesn’t say much. IGN had a chance to ask him about the game, and he apparently has some plans we are not expecting for the new open world everyone’s been asking for! Check out the quotes after…

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This week we sit down with the wonderful Josh Thomas (TheBitBlock) to discuss Smash Bros., video game graphics, and poorly chosen Christmas presents. This week’s cast features… 

Do you still dream about having a live action Zelda movie? Or do you not want Zelda to experience the same fate as the Mario Bros? Whatever your position, you can bet there is a lot of discussion on each side. And Miyamoto has his own opinions on the subject as well. Hit the jump and take a look at what he had to say about the possibility of a live action Zelda movie, whether or not it is a…

A change of garments and tunics is imminent in the upcoming Tri Force Heroes. According to a recent interview from Game Informer, game director Hirosama Shikata reveals how Link’s newest sense of fashion will have more to do with upgrades than just his appearance. Take the jump for more information!

One detail about Tri Force Heroes that was given to the Zelda fanbase in the E3 trailer is that the game takes place in a very fashion-conscious kingdom. All the residents wear flamboyant clothing and accessories and so do Link, Link, and Link. (See what I did there?)

In an interview with Game Informer, Tri Force Heroes‘ developer, Shikata…

With the enormous success of Nintendo’s NFC toy-to-life figures, amiibo, it seems that these highly-coveted statuettes of video game characters are being integrated in to more and more Wii U and 3DS games. However, given their undeniable popularity, Tri Force Heroes‘ developer, Hiromasa Shikata, has denied the support of amiibo in the game. You can read his statement…

In a recent interview with IGN, Tri Force Heroes‘ developer Hiromasa Shikata attempted to explain why there will be no playable female character in the game. The following is an excerpt that only includes Shikata’s comments, but you can view IGN’s questions and responses in the full interview here

In a recent interview with IGN, Tri Force Heroes’ developer Hiromasa Shikata attempted to explain why there will be no playable female character in the game. The following is an excerpt that only includes Shikata’s comments, but you can view IGN’s questions and responses in the full interview here