Zelda Dungeon Marathon 2019:

Tag: Items

It may not be the most popular or well known game in the Zelda canon, but The Minish Cap stands in many gamers’ memories as a unique, worthwhile title that often doesn’t get its due. This week, we decided to reflect on the game by asking Zelda Dungeon staff to rank their Top 5 items from the game. Which items do you most fondly remember from The Minish Cap? Did you love or loathe kinstones? Where is Vaati these days? As always, leave your own…

The Zelda series is well known for its dependable set of items showing up in virtually every game — bombs, bow, and so forth. But what about those items that only ever appeared in one game? This week, we asked Zelda Dungeon staff to rank their top 5 items that appear in only one game.

Austin “PeanutButterGamer” Hargrave’s fifth annual Zelda Month continues with not only the first countdown of the lot, but also a deeper look at an infamous cult gem. The former, specifically, is a collaborative video in which he and Game Theory’s Matthew Patrick run down their least favorite pieces of equipment from throughout the series. From downright useless items such as the Deku Nuts to those with particularly frustrating properties — I’m looking at you, Giant’s Knife — it’s a solid…

The Official Japanese Tri Force Heroes website has been updated, and the final section of the site that had previously unavailable to us is now open. This finally section pertains to the “World” within the game. Some of the information that it reveals is not necessarily new news as it has been already discovered that the game will consist of thirty-two levels in total, divided into 8 different areas, and each having their own unique theme. But now, we have…

In the latest issue of Famitsu magazine out this week in Japan, there was quite a bit of Zelda news. We have already shared with you the fantastic scans of Tri Force Heroes and Hyrule Warriors Legends from the magazine, along with a few bits of information. Now, we have a little more to add about some of the characters and items found in Tri Force Heroes. We already know a little bit about the story behind the game and…

The past week seems to be full of talk and new information for the upcoming title, Tri Force Heroes. From a new Japanese trailer and teaser site, to the announcement of a bundle of the game, offered exclusively at Gamestop and would include the Hyrule Edition New 3DS XL — preorders have already sold out. If all of that wasn’t enough to have you say; stop, please no more! This will most definitely make that happen. There has now been…

Items have always been a central part of how you play through dungeons in the Zelda series. But, fitting with the theme of “transformation” at this year’s E3 Nintendo Digital Event, Zelda: Tri Force Heroes, is taking players in a new direction by giving them new abilities based on what they are wearing…

To celebrate our newest series, Tadtone Tuesdays, we look at one of the most powerful items in all of the Zelda canon. Link’s arsenal is made up of many powerful items that he uses throughout his quests, however, one item in particular holds a magical power that goes far beyond the abilities of just causing damage or solving puzzles. Between Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask, the Ocarina is possibly the most powerful item in all of Hyrule, second only…

Items are among the biggest things that makes Zelda what it is. Everyone has a favorite: the hookshot, the bow, the boomerang, there are so many to choose from. However, what about the items that have only appeared once? Items that, for whatever reason, were never put into another Zelda game after their initial appearance. Whether the item wouldn’t fit in a different style of Zelda, or the item wasn’t exactly as useful as it was intended to be, these items only had one chance in the sunlight…

The Zelda series is chock-full of interesting and exciting items. The Hookshot that began its existence in A Link to the Past has become a series staple, along with its occasional replacement, the Clawshot. Other items have been one-offs or rarely seen, like Minish Cap’s Mole Mitts, or the Switch Hook from Oracle of Ages