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Whether you’ve missed out on attending Symphony of the Goddesses over the past few years or are just itching to experience it again, you’re in luck. The 2017 tour dates have just been announced, and they’re bringing a few surprises! Not only will they be playing a few new pieces from Skyward Sword and Breath of the Wild, they also claim to be bringing along “the return of a classic that might just make some wishes come true!” Over 45…

The year marking the 30th anniversary of The Legend of Zelda is almost at it’s end. Nintendo has observed the occasion sporadically throughout the year, including the release of four new Zelda amiibo. However, Nintendo doesn’t seem quite finished celebrating the beloved series. Nintendo UK released a never before seen behind-the-scenes look at some original design drawings from the very first Zelda game…

If you’re anything like me, you probably have a couple playlists on your iPod or phone dedicated to video game music. In particular, I have a playlist full of soothing gaming tunes that I typically fall asleep to—and after watching the video above, I can safely say this beautiful piano cover has been added to my list.

Nintendo Melodies, a YouTube channel dedicated to posting (you guessed it) covers of Nintendo music melodies, posted the beautiful…

Get ready to take a trip down memory lane, and don’t feel surprised if you shed a nostalgic tear or two watching the video above. The latest in a series of videos done by GAMEsEVOLUTION showing off the humble beginnings of some of gaming’s most beloved franchises, The Legend of Zelda takes center stage, joining other series such as Mario, Pokémon and Resident Evil

One of the most soothing songs from the Zelda series has to be the song that plays whenever you visit the Great Fairy Fountain. It makes sense that it would be such a refreshing sound, as this is the place where players usually run to for a quick healing before continuing on their adventure. Today, we get to share with you a version of this song with just a little more spice added to it. Shaping the Silence, a music artist…

I don’t know about you, but where I live there’s a lot of snow on the ground. It’s frigid outside, and leaving the house without a coat is a no-no. The same can be said for Link in the latest Breath of the Wild screenshot from Nintendo, which they posted on the official Facebook page for The Legend of Zelda. It looks like he’s trying to warm himself by a fire, and perhaps take a rest in the makeshift tent next to the fire place…

From small YouTube team Qwerky, Marc Winter lays out his top 10 Zelda main storylines. Winter ranks the main storyline of ten Zelda games based on just the story itself and how the story is told rather than the game as a whole. Our fellow Zelda fan speaks of the main storylines from Majora’s Mask, to Skyward Sword (shush, no booing allowed), and even Four Swords Adventures (betcha didn’t see that one coming).

It’s always fun to see a fan’s individual twist on some of our favorite Zelda content, especially when it comes to the music of the franchise. A popular twist has been recently given to well-known Zelda songs, as rock and roll cover creator and YouTube user Devin Mysyk does just that with this creative metal Zelda symphony. If you enjoyed the soundtrack from Hyrule Warriors, then this mash up is definitely worth checking out. I would love to have this particular edge to the music going on while I’m defeating hordes of monsters.  ..

Nintendo Life uploaded a video where he discusses what new locations his viewers would like to see in Breath of the Wild. At the outset of the video, Alex thanks all of the people who have been following his channel as of late, and then delves right into the discussion. While he feels that most of the locations would be cool, he also feels like one or two of the ideas have been done before, such as the suggestion of having a swamp area in Breath of the Wild, as it is too reminiscent of Majora’s Mask

A Link to the Past is considered by many to be one of the best of the early Legend of Zelda games, and not without good reason. The game began a new era in Zelda in many ways, music being one of the ways. A Link to the Past, in spite of its 2D origins, had wonderful music to go with its still-beloved visuals. The theme for Hyrule Castle is one of the first pieces of 16-bit ear-pleasing that you get upon starting up the epic tale of pink-haired Link, beginning with his journey to the castle in search of Princess Zelda…