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3DS eShop charts - Jan. 28th, 2015

Software 1. The Legend of Zelda 2. Mario Kart 7 3. Super Smash Bros. for 3DS 4. Super Mario Bros. 3 5. Super Mario Land 6. Pushmo 7. Wario Land II 8. Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D 9. 3D After Burner II 10. Shovel Knight 11. Kid Icarus: Of Myths and Monsters 12. Show More Summary

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D - more info on boss changes

Odolwa - when knocked down, a large Queen Gohma-like eye is exposed - this is where you attack - Odolwa's ring of fire and moth attacks are gone Gyorg - also has a large new eye and distinctive attack patterns - Gyorg swims along the surface of the water, as opposed to deep below - the platform at the center of the room is submerged at the battle's clima Link

Majora's Mask 3D bosses are considerably different

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D is more than just a simple port. The portable remaster introduces sweeping changes, like adding fishing holes, apparently. Other things too, probably. We can't divulge everything just yet, as there's...Show More Summary

Fan-Art: Legend of Zelda/Final Fantasy logo mash-up

Those Zelda / Final Fantasy logos are pretty nice. http://t.co/jCs8ntfozw pic.twitter.com/AOU8HrW2E0 — Lite Agent (@lite_agent) January 27, 2015

RUMOR - Play-Asia says The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D no longer being manufactured

This email comes from reader Bruno, who says a friend received this message when ordering Ocarina of Time 3D via Play-Asia... Obviously you can still get the game via eShop download, but it seems like the retail version might not be in production anymore.

Nostalgia blast! Viz Media reprinting Zelda: A Link to the Past Nintendo Power comic

Shotaro Ishinomori's The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past comic for Nintendo Power (RIP) was a few years before my time. But, a quick Google image search later, I can confirm that it's as cool-looking and expressive as everyone says. Show More Summary

If Zelda Had Final Fantasy Logos

The Legend of Zelda has its own logos. They're great! But what if Zelda logos looked like Final Fantasy ones? Well, I guess they'd look like this. Read more...

A Link to the Past Graphic Novel Returning to Print

For the first time in two decades, the full-color graphic novel based on the The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past game is getting a reprint.

Zelda: ALttP's Nintendo Power comic gets reprinted after 20 years

In 1992 print publication Nintendo Power released an episodic comic series adapting the plot of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Now manga and anime publisher Viz Media is re-releasing the out of print series as a singular graphic novel. Show More Summary

See how Majora's Mask 3D alters a boss fight

Back in November The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask director Eiji Aonuma noted that a boss fight had been changed for the upcoming 3DS remake due 13th February. Now YouTube channel GameXplain has a video demonstrating said boss fight. Show More Summary

Viz re-releasing The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past comic from Nintendo Power

- features art from Shotaro Ishinomori - follows the story of the Super Nintendo game, but includes new characters and plot elements - due out May 5th Link

After Twenty Years: The Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past Returns!

The graphic novel The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past is returning to North American stores after an absence of twenty years. The full-color ooksgraphic novel, by Shotaro Ishinomori, is being published by VIZ Media’s Perfect Square imprint an will be available in May. Show More Summary

Majora's Mask 3DS Changes The Game's Hardest Boss Fight

I love The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask, but I'll admit the game's not perfect. Nintendo knows this, too. It's why the 3DS version is getting more than new visuals. Gyorg, who lords over the water-themed third dungeon, used to be a tough but boring boss fight. That's changed. Read more...

Watch someone beat The Legend of Zelda in 30 minutes by skipping screens, clipping through walls

It’s surprisingly exhilarating to watch someone blast through a video game in minutes that would take a normal person hours to beat. We couldn’t take our eyes off of the ridiculous Super Mario World speedrun last week, good enough for a world record, but just days later we’ve been distracted by another record-setting run of a classic Nintendo game. Show More Summary

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