Fallout 4 may have enough bugs to fill a Starship Troopers movie, but there's no denying the popularity of Bethesda's sprawling post-apocalyptic title. It's sold huge numbers of copies, with Bethesda and retailers being so confident that 12 million units shipped at launch in November - 12 million.
For PC gamers Bethesda games are there to be modded, so naturally any IP and franchise you can think of has probably had the treatment. One of these franchises to be shown the love is The Legend of Zelda, which is hardly surprising.
With some time having passed Siliconera has spared everyone the hassle and delved into the modding world to dig up some neat examples. There's a Master Sword, a Zelda-themed Pip-Boy and an appearance of the Moon from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. All of them are pretty neat, we have to say.
Nintendo franchises often appear in games as mods, or pop up as Easter Eggs courtesy of developers appreciative of the big N's games. Wherever you go in gaming there can be a little bit of Nintendo there to enjoy.