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Though the true nature of Zelda Wii U is still shrouded in mystery, we devout Hylians have been promised an open-world game with an enormous map. Many fans are more than ready to embrace an expansive and uninterrupted landscape in the upcoming title, but some have logical doubts as to whether the world map will truly enhance the gaming experience. The upside is of course, exploration. But at what point does exploration become tedious? And how can Nintendo make sure…

Just the other day we shared with you a trio of screenshots from the Official Japanese Zelda Twitter, and today we have even more! In the latest screenshots we see our hero clad in a new fashionable costume, a map of the surrounding lands where a “special treasure might be sleeping”, and a couple of images where we can see our heroes battling and working through some “totem” action.  With this title set to launch in a little over a…

One of the most pleasing moments in any Zelda game is opening up a map you just received, and baring witness to the layout of the world you’re about to dive into and explore. It gives us a sense of adventure, and prepares us for the long journey ahead. Once we’ve eventually finished the game, we can look back at the map with fond, or not so fond (I’m looking at you water temple), memories of areas we passed throughout our quest. A certain…

Eiji Aonuma did a recent interview with gaming magazine Gamereactor, by its own admission the #1 gaming magazine in Europe. While we haven’t had a chance to read the full interview, Gamereactor released a tease of the interview on their site, where Aonuma talks about Zelda U. Keep in mind the original interview itself is more focused on Majora’s Mask 3D, so it’s unclear how much new information the interview will contain. However, it is possible he talks a bit more about Zelda U than what they are teasing…

Last week we discovered a fan made map of Termina from Majora’s Mask. Its creator, Njohns39, decided to make a new one, but this time in the land of Ocarina of Time. This particular map lists areas that Young Link would explore as Present areas, and areas that Adult Link would explore as Future areas…

Etsy user NerdAlertCreations has designed a unique and fun scarf, illustrating the map of Link’s Awakening. This awesome design comes in two styles and is available for purchase as well as international orders. This item is set at the price of 50.31 AUD (40.18 USD) and is made out of a soft, cotton knit. Hit the jump to take a look!

Over at Scooptendo, Jack Parsons has undertaken a great point by point analysis of the Zelda Wii U map that we saw for the first time on Friday. While we can do nothing but speculate for now, Parsons makes some thoughtful educated guesses about what the new game might hold. Click in for all the details.

A couple days ago we saw, for the first time, gameplay of the new Zelda title coming for Wii U. We saw how the exploration will be, along with the new horse mechanics and many more new additions to the game. We also gained some information about the game’s release, but most important: the size of the new Hyrule. We could see that Aonuma spent some time to get to the point he marked on the map, even skipping sections of the video he didn’t reached the tower. This could mean that the new world of the game is indeed big, but also it couldn’t be as big as some could expect…

Nintendo has recently updated their Official Japanese A Link Between Worlds site and with the new update come all new peeks at the contents of the game. Within the latest update we get two new videos covering some new unrevealed content. The first video displays the gameplay in various locations and shows a few portals between Hyrule and Lorule. The second video shows the introductory story for the game however it is in Japanese. Also included in the update is…

Little over two years ago an amazing print of the original Legend of Zelda appeared which took many fans by surprise. Well artist Bill Mudron has returned with an all new map of A Link to the Past Hyrule for fans to enjoy. The map comes in both labeled and unlabeled format and will be 24×36 inches. It is available for preorder now and will remain available until late September. The first maps will begin shipping first week of October…