N64 classic The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time will launch on the Wii U eShop this Thursday. Fans can re-live Nintendo's seminal adventure once again for £8.99. It's not cheap, but it's probably cheaper than a copy of the remastered Ocarina of Time 3D for 3DS. Although that version is shinier. Decisions, decisions. Read more…
Heading into E3 this year, there were two things Nintendo specifically said they wouldn’t talk about, The Legend of Zelda for Wii U, and their new NX hardware, both of which are supposed to be kept under wraps until 2016. While Nintendo is keeping their word and still refusing to discuss [...]
One of the most beloved entries in The Legend of Zelda franchise is heading to Virtual Console in Europe. According to a tweet from Nintendo of Europe, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time will be released through Virtual Console on Wii U July 2. Originally released for N64 in 1998, the game has since […]
Three-player dungeon-crawler The legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes now has 15 minutes of gameplay footage taken from E3 via Polygon. We get to see some of the nifty designs Nintendo has crafted around the three-player totem mechanic wherein players can pile atop one another. Show More Summary
Hyrule Warriors: Legends is coming to the 3DS in 2016 with all-new The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker characters added, including The King of Red Lions (in his King of Hyrule form) & Tetra! This version will be an updated port of the hit Wii U Hyrule Warriors. Check out the debut trailer for...
It appears that our great disappointment over the misinformation about The Legend of Zelda’s Netflix series may soon be put to rest with a possible new project. During Nintendo‘s 75th annual shareholder’s meeting, where all of the top Nintendogs try to convince their investors that they’re still awesome, CEO Satoru Iwata dropped some intriguing nuggets […]
The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes is a hodge-podge of different elements from the series--a sort of "every part of the buffalo" approach to game design. The easy analog is to Four Swords Adventures, the four-player cooperative game with multicolored Links running around the battlefield and solving puzzles. Show More Summary
Earlier this year, it seemed like The Legend of Zelda might end up getting a live-action TV series on Netflix, but that news was shot down almost immediately after it was announced. Now it looks like the project might be up and running again (like Epona), but it will have a new home.Click To Continue Reading
An absolutely insane rumor claims Beyoncé wants in on The Avengers. Has the purported Legend of Zelda show found a new home? Plus, Rob Liefield talks Deadpool, denials over the alleged Hawkgirl TV series, and some new art from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. To me, my Spoilers! Read more...
The Legend of Zelda, Mario Maker and more highlight Nintendo's smallish E3 showing. The post Zelda, Star Fox and More Nintendo E3 Hands-On Impressions appeared first on WIRED.
Just a few days ago, Nintendo unveiled The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes to the world. It's a three-player co-op game that will actually feature online support, but just like Splatoon, Nintendo is forgoing the feature for the final...Show More Summary
Zelda was present at E3 2015, but not in the way we would've liked. Nintendo announced Tri Force Heroes, a decent-looking cooperative game for 3DS, but didn't say much of anything about the one we really want: The Legend of Zelda for...Show More Summary
A few days back, I talked a bit about a giant articulated action figure that looked like Link from The Legend of Zelda. That action figure was 20-inches-tall, and you might have thought – where’s the…
"Expect the unexpected," I wrote less than an hour before Nintendo's digital E3 2015 media briefing yesterday, and what we got was certainly that: no notable new Wii U games announced—at all—and not even a glimpse of the next true Zelda installment. What in the heck happened? The obvious yet sad explanation is that this is likely the beginning of the end for the Wii U.
Are you disappointed that Nintendo had nothing new to share about the Legend of Zelda for the Nintendo Wii U? Well if you are, you’re probably joining a long list of gamers who feel the same way. However if you love the Zelda franchise...Show More Summary
According to Nintendo a few months ago, they stated that the upcoming Legend of Zelda would not be released in 2015. Its release date was later updated to read “TBD” which many gamers understandably worried. Not to mention there wasShow More Summary
reprogaming Mountain View, California-based software engineer James Dowdell recently reprogrammed the ending to The Legend of Zelda video game for the classic NES console to propose to his girlfriend and wedding photographer Natalie Martin. Dowdell edited the in-game version of Princess Zelda to look like Natalie, turned the “Triforce tile to a ring tile”, added […]
The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes has been announced for Nintendo 3DS! Hitting this Fall 2015, it is an all-new top-down The Legend of Zelda game, inspired by the previous multiplayer Zelda: Four Swords games; but this time focusing on Cooperative play instead of Competitive play… And shining the spotlight back on serious puzzle-solving &...
Hyrule Warriors Legends, the Wii U version of Hyrule Warriors was confirmed for 3DS during Nintendo’s E3 2015 presentation. In the portable version, new story elements and playable characters inspired by The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker will be included. New features allow players to enhance their tactics and switch between different characters on […]