Zelda Dungeon Marathon 2019:

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Have you ever had the urge to scale a building, but lacked the tools to do so? Well fret no more because Roxanne Barrett of Etsy’s AmphigoryDesign has got just the thing for you– a life sized Ocarina of Time Hookshot replica! You can purchase a complete hookshot in a single chain or double chain design for $74.95 plus shipping, as well as an unpainted and unassembled version for $44.95 plus shipping. There are a limited quantity of these beauties…

Alright, we’ve all seen a thing or two when it comes to fans making cool Zelda items. There are tons of things, like lamps, pillows, replica swords and shields, custom consoles, or even masks.  But, have you ever seen a Zelda-themed aquarium…? If not, you have to check this out. It’s one of the coolest Zelda-themed fanmade projects I’ve seen a very long time. Oh, how I’d krill to see tons of fish in this… an infinite scale of them…

With A Link Between Worlds still buzzing in everyone’s minds, this week’s comic comes from Brawl in the Family and features Ravio’s Shop! In the game we only see Link buying or renting items from Ravio, but who’s to say that other creatures don’t also use Ravio’s service? This time a moblin plays the role of the customer, and you might be able to guess how he reacts to the steep prices. Hit the jump to read the comic!

It was revealed earlier during the Nintendo Direct that in A Link Between Worlds, Link has to rent items from Ravio in order to use them to get past certain dungeons. Later on he can eventually buy them, but at the beginning of the game he cannot. Eiji Aonuma helped clear up some confusion that people may have had about the system by posting on Miiverse and explaining in detail about how the renting system works and why it exists…

Earlier this week Eiji Aonuma  posted a new A Link Between Worlds screenshot on Miiverse, revealing the game’s item shop. The  tantalizing tidbit did much to both excite and perplex fans. Although shops have appeared numerous times in Zelda games, many details about this particular one seem to depart from past tradition. Perhaps the strangest sight in the screenshot -besides the shopkeeper in a pink rabbit suit- is the lineup of items on sale. Instead of peddling re-stockable supplies, such as…

After the wealth of information revealed about A Link Between Worlds in the recent Nintendo Direct, long-time series producer Eiji Aonuma took to Miiverse after the airing of the direct to reveal additional info about the upcoming title. In his post, Aonuma revealed a cryptic screenshot from the game, along with a message discussing the significance of the location shown. The concept of the two worlds and their relationship in the game was also mentioned. Hit the jump to read…