Zelda Dungeon Marathon 2019:

Tag: Virtual Console

Haven’t had a chance to grab The Minish Cap since it was released on the Virtual Console for Wii U in 2014? Now is a fantastic opportunity to do so as it currently has a $2.49 discount as part of the Winter Warm-Up eShop sale. Originally released back in 2004, it is considered one of the best 2D Zelda games.

The sale is in its third and final week…

We in North America and Europe have had Ocarina of Time available in our eShops sice July, but Japan has only just recieved it today. This is rather odd, as Japan often gets a shot at Nintendo titles first. Either way, a new Japanese trailer has been uploaded to Nintendo of Japan’s YouTube channel, with some memorable moments from the early parts of the game. Check it out after the jump!

Since yesterday’s discovery of a Twilight Princess icon on the Wii U eShop, speculation regarding the prospect of an HD remake has run rampant. Several pundits within the Zelda fan community, including HMK and the folks at GameXplain, have chimed in with their thoughts. Take a listen, as well as read my senseless conjecture, after the jump!

Starting today Amazon will be selling Digital Codes for a select number of Zelda titles for the 3DS and Wii U. The Digital Codes you can purchase will include titles available on the eShop, Virtual Console, and DLC. The codes will be made available immediately after purchase and on average looks to be giving you a few dollars savings for some of the titles listed. Currently for 3DS you can get; A Link Between Worlds, Majora’s Mask, and for the…

For the sixth week in a row, the first 3D Zelda title, Ocarina of Time, is still in second place in the Wii U eShop sales charts. As we stated before, Ocarina of Time simply won’t go away. Trailing behind in 3rd place is Mario 64, and in first place is a more modern game: Splatoon. This begs the question: when will Ocarina of Time slip out of the top 5?

Interestingly enough, another Zelda title has made an appearance on the charts this week…

Just last week, Nintendo finally ported Ocarina of Time to the Wii U’s Virtual Console. So far, the game has been selling extremely well…

The Legend Of Zelda has made yet another surprise appearance – this time as the game used for the first elimination round at the Nintendo World Championships. The elimination goal for players was to…

A new Virtual Console wave will include Nintendo 64 and Nintendo DS titles. Why are we reporting on this, you ask? Because there are two Zelda games that were released on the DS.

Some fans don’t like Spirit Tracks or Phantom Hourglass, but those happen to be my favorites. I would love to play them on the Wii U Virtual Console without the stylus…

In the first editorial I had written on the subject, I talked about how Zelda U not being at E3 is a strange move on Nintendo’s part. Something else Zelda must be replacing it. Why else would they go ahead and cancel their star header for E3…

A great aspect of the Zelda series as a whole is that every single Nintendo console to date, from the NES to the Wii U, has a quality Zelda title available to play at any time. These games can be completely different, like Wind Waker, Four Swords Adventures, and Twilight Princess on the GameCube, or quite similar, like the famous Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask on the Nintendo 64.

What console do you think had…