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Tag: Skyward

The title for this week’s Windmill Hut says it all! I do not think there is a flutist on YouTube who has covered some of the songs that 8-BitBrigadier has. Though it is Halloween, jump in and take a moment to listen to these lighthearted Zelda cover songs!

This week’s Ocarina Time is up: “Fi’s Theme” from Skyward Sword. Jump on in to learn how to play it!

This week’s Ocarina Time is up! Jump in to see an ocarina tutorial for a version of Skyward Sword‘s “Ballad of the Goddess.”

Zelda fans, rejoice! If you haven’t yet picked up a copy of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword for some inexplicable reason, you have an opportunity to get it from Best Buy for a crazy price of $14.99. This sounds absolutely insane, as the game is not even a year old. Heck, Twilight Princess is still available for only $20 and that game is over five years old. But this deal is very real. There are a few catches, however….

For today’s Zelda Fanart Spotlight, we are going to be looking at a piece of fanart by deviantart artist, finni. The title of the artwork is: Zelda: Skyward Romance. Of course as hinted by the title, this fanart shows the romance that blossoms between our Hero, Link, and the young Goddess Reborn, Zelda. It has the couple looking out into the open skies before them while they are standing on a diving bridge in Skyloft holding each others’ hands. Link…

There’s nothing like a comic to put things into perspective. If you’ve ever wondered what would actually happen when Link doesn’t use his sailcloth, then today’s your lucky day. ZoDy from deviantART has made a Skyward Sword comic that proves Zelda logic wrong yet again. Would Link just lose a heart or two with all of his bones intact when he hits the ground? Of course not. Make the jump to take a look at the comic below.

Once again it’s time for another Zelda Fanart Spotlight and this time we’re showcasing a particular piece of artwork made by deviantART artist, MitsukoUchiha. This artwork consists of our very favorite Demon Lord Ghirahim posing next to his weapon form of the Dark Master Sword. The colors that were chosen to be used in this piece are good ones as they emit the very element that is mentioned in this artwork’s name: darkness. Also the slight highlighting that is used…

An interview has been posted up over at Entertainment Weekly that features Shigeru Miyamoto. It has him talking about Skyward Sword, mainly some differences between the prototype and the finished designs difficulty levels, the 25th anniversary of Zelda and Mario, and other Nintendo stuff. Here’s a good tidbit of the interview: ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: I just completed Skyward Sword, which really makes good use of the Motion Plus controller. Can you talk a little bit about how existence of Motion Control…

The Zelda franchise is famously premised on exploration. The original Legend of Zelda offered a world one could literally get lost in. Different mechanics — ranging from action to puzzle-solving — affected the way the player explored the world, but there could be little question that the whole purpose of the game was to discover. Zelda games have always struck an interesting balance. Like Nintendo’s other major adventure franchise, Metroid, Zelda games offer the player items which both advance the…

Many fans of the Legend of Zelda express their love for the game series by collecting official Zelda merchandise, write fanfiction, draw fanart, etc. This particular fan of the series, Deviantart artist L-DAWB, drew an awesome Skyward Sword fanart that showcases nearly all of the major characters in the game and features a beautiful array of colors. He also mentioned in his comments for the artwork that he used the official artwork from the game that we had put on…