Tag: Nintendo World Report

The Nintendo Account, which is a new system that will facilitate a cross-platform connection between home and handheld consoles, PC’s, and mobile devices that will allow data sharing from those devices through a cloud-based data service has now gone live in Japan. Online registration is now available and users of the service will be able to view purchase history, easily purchase eShop titles, and is currently offering a special promotion for signing up. According to an Australian Nintendo reporter, Vooks…

Now that The Game Awards have passed and we received no new details or footage for Zelda U, most of us Zelda fans can only hope that we will be hearing something soon! With a Super Smash Bros. presentation airing later this month, we know we are clearly going to be receiving some new information for that title, but still nothing new on the horizon for Zelda fans. Yesterday Damon Baker, Senior Manager of Licensing and Marketing for Nintendo of…

Thanks to a preview from Nintendo World report we have a ton of new details about the latest adventure in the Zelda series, Tri Force Heroes. The new information pertains to the plot as well as some of the gameplay mechanics in the game, this comes on the heels of the release of the newest trailer from Nintendo of Europe that we shared earlier today, where we learned the name of the endangered kingdom, Hytopia! Head on past the break…

Zelda fans were able to see a lot of Tri Force Heroes footage during E3 2015, and Nintendo World Report has isolated the Forest Level boss fight clip from the conference. In this video you can hear epic boss fight music that is unique but also very fit for the Zelda universe. Whether this is the tune that plays during every boss battle, or just during this one fight with a souped-up giant Buzz Blob, is not known for sure…

This morning (to our surprise) held the announcement that Hyrule Warriors will soon make its way to 3DS. And just barely afterwards, a video has been published showing the comparison between the 3DS and the Wii U version of Hyrule Warriors, by Nintendo World Report- and you can check it out after the jump!

Though it’s a bit of a long shot to expect Nintendo to reveal anything huge about an upcoming Zelda game at this year’s E3 presentation, we’re all hoping to see something exciting from the Big N in June. Of course, anything good about Zelda would be icing on the cake, but we’ll have to see how it pans out. Hit the jump for more!

Does anybody here like to be on the lookout for plot holes? Do you sift through facts about your chosen media to find continuity errors? If so then this article from Nintendo World Report is probably perfect for you. Author Justin Berube laid down his thoughts on how A Link Between Worlds fits into the Zelda timeline and analyzed the introductory story and other areas of the game for problems with its placement. He bothered to put a lot of…

Were you a big enough Zelda fan to attend a Link Between Worlds launch party when the game released November 22? If not, you can still witness the craziness of such an event by scrolling through a gallery of photos taken on-site. Australian Zelda enthusiasts crowded the Swanston Street EB Games in Melbourne Thursday night to celebrate the release of Nintendo’s latest Zelda title. Naturally, they also took advantage of the opportunity to display their love for the series, mainly…

Nintendo certainly prizes one of its most important franchises, The Legend of Zelda, so it would make sense that the teams chosen to create each Zelda game are carefully crafted. Making a Zelda game is a serious ordeal, and all of the people who consistently work on them, Shigeru Miyamoto, Eiji Aonuma, and Hiromasa Shikata, for example, take their jobs seriously. This isn’t to say they don’t have fun creating the games, but certainly the Zelda games leading up to and…

More and more impressions of A Link Between Worlds are flooding in, though they’re apparently not all praise like we’ve seen before. Generally still it seems the new 3DS title is considered a “must buy”, however now there are some heavy complaints, particularly about graphics. Today we have impressions from Nintendo World Report and US Gamer. Hit the jump to see what these two sites said about A Link Between Worlds!