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Book Review: The Legend Of Zelda: Hyrule Historia

The Legend Of Zelda: Hyrule Historia

Consulting the legendary tome

It’s amazing to think that a game which started out as a very basic action RPG on the NES has morphed into one of gaming’s most enduring and famous properties, sparking everything from emotional debate to hushed reverence whenever its name is uttered. The Legend of Zelda series - apparently inspired by creator...

Feature: Reimagining The Wind Waker on Wii U

Reimagining The Wind Waker on Wii U

The possibilities are exciting

Leaving Nintendo’s Space World presentation in 2001, few would have imagined that of all the games shown, The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker would become a watershed moment for the company. Panned by some fans and critics alike for its cel-shaded look, the game has since arguably become a symbol of how to create a...

News: Aonuma: Wii U Zelda Is All About "Rethinking Series Conventions"

Aonuma: Wii U Zelda Is All About "Rethinking Series Conventions"

Nintendo has something new planned for Link

Nintendo's Eiji Aonuma has given a few tantalising details regarding the all-new Wii U Legend of Zelda title during today's Wii U Direct. The game will be the second Zelda release for the new console, with an updated version of The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker coming later this year. No footage or...

Ninterview: Cosplayer Regina "RikkuGrape" Marie

Cosplayer Regina "RikkuGrape" Marie

We speak to a seriously talented Zelda cosplayer

It's been a while since we ran a Ninterview, but we're back with our first of 2013. This time, we're speaking to cosplayer Regina Marie, better known as RikkuGrape. She's dressed up as a wide variety of different characters, but we're most interested in her amazing replications of individuals from...

News: Zelda Symphony of the Goddess coming to the UK this year

Zelda Symphony of the Goddess coming to the UK this year

Have your big pouch ready!

On 25th October 2011, Zelda fans across the UK - and from further afield too - flocked to the Hammersmith Apollo for a once in a lifetime experience. The Legend of Zelda series celebrated its 25th anniversary in style - and featured Eiji Aonuma, Zelda Williams and legendary Zelda theme composer Koji Kondo. And now, that...

News: Zelda Swap Is Collaborative Art Genius, With Added Link

Zelda Swap Is Collaborative Art Genius, With Added Link

Art attack

Ten Paces and Draw is a site with a unique aim: each week it presents a challenge in which sketches are made and swapped between artists, with one providing an rough idea and the recipient finishing it in their own style. Projects cover all kinds of topics, including The Hobbit and the work of famed anime legend Hayao Miyazaki, but the...

News: Nintendo Now Involved With Twilight Symphony

Nintendo Now Involved With Twilight Symphony

Set to be released before Christmas

Twilight Symphony, the epic 3-disc orchestral rearrangement of music from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, was set to be released mid-November but never actually made it through the letterboxes of those who placed an order. The box-set, made by the extremely talented Zelda Reorchestrated and distributed...

News: You Need This Legend Of Zelda Figure In Your Life

You Need This Legend Of Zelda Figure In Your Life

We go hands-on with Max Factory's amazing Figma Link action figure

As much as it pains us to admit it, you never really grow out of toys. And it's pretty much official that toys based on popular video games are the bomb. Don't believe us? Then check out the photos below of the amazing Figma Link action figure from Japanese manufacturer Max...

News: Limited Edition Hyrule Historia Restricted To Just 4000 Copies

Limited Edition Hyrule Historia Restricted To Just 4000 Copies

Save your Rupees for this one!

The Legend of Zelda fans will surely be eagerly awaiting Hyrule Historia, the gorgeous 272-page art book which will feature the official timeline and concept art from the famous series. Its publisher, Dark Horse Books, has now announced that it will be producing 4000 limited edition copies of the book; this edition...

News: This Zelda Video is Truly Epic

This Zelda Video is Truly Epic

One of the best you'll see

We've seen some creative and clever videos over the years, with no shortage of film-making skill, that celebrate Nintendo franchises or characters. One of our favourites is this post-it Mario sequence, which used stop-motion video techniques and 7000 post-it notes — all in the name of entertainment. The talented people...

News: Link And Mario Have Gate-Crashed These Scribblenauts Unlimited Trailers

Link And Mario Have Gate-Crashed These Scribblenauts Unlimited Trailers

Crossover chaos

The amazing news that Scribblenauts Unlimited would feature famous Nintendo characters was met with a fair degree of excitement, and thanks to two new trailers released by Warner Bros. Interactive, we can now see this magical crossover in motion. The videos detail the kind of things you can do with the classic Legend of Zelda and...

News: Hyrule Historia Picks Up New Cover and Trailer

Hyrule Historia Picks Up New Cover and Trailer

Da-da-da-daaaaaaa!

In case you don't know, The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia is a rather lovely-looking 272-page hardcover art book that celebrates the series, containing words from Shigeru Miyamoto, lots of concept art, a history of Hyrule and an officially sanctioned timeline. After envious glances towards the release in Japan earlier this...

News: Zelda: Twilight Symphony Soundtrack Available For Pre-Order

Zelda: Twilight Symphony Soundtrack Available For Pre-Order

Over 3 hours of glorious music

Zelda Orchestrated, the dedicated team behind Twilight Symphony, has finally unveiled that its most ambitious project is now available for pre-order with a price tag of $49.99. The 3-disc soundtrack, which is an orchestral arrangement of music from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, is only available in limited...

News: Award Winning Short Film Shows the Power of Zelda and Escapism

Award Winning Short Film Shows the Power of Zelda and Escapism

Sad but brilliant

If there's one thing that video games very rarely do, if ever, it's to remind us of our everyday lives. While reading books, watching TV and more serve as a source of rest from our day-to-day existence, one of the game medium's strengths, that makes gamers love their hobby with such a passion, is the ability of some titles to truly...