Bethesda May Be Interested in the Wii U

Well, only If the Wii U has enough power to run their games. For those of you who’ve never heard of Bethesda, they’re there the people who made Oblivion and Fallout 3 (two highly rated RPGs on Metacritic). If the Wii U is powerful enough (which it most likely will be) then we’ll be seeing highly anticipated titles like Skyrim, Rage, and maybe even Pray 2 running on our sexy little Wii U. Jump inside to see what their Vice President of Marketing had to say. …

Legend Zelda Deviant Art Group

I have a couple of big announcements to make in this update. First of all, the obvious one. We now have an official Deviant Art Group set up for LegendZelda.Net.  We are going to be updating our Fan Art gallery a lot more here in the coming weeks as fan works will be one of our newest areas of priority. So as a response to this we went ahead and set up this Deviant Group so you can easily submit your fan art and get it published on that page and here on the site. Here is the link to our LegendZelda Deviant Group.

Next we have a huge change of direction with the site coming up soon. Everything on the site is getting a makeover. I have been working behind the scenes redoing a lot of the game guides. You may or may not have noticed this… Continue Reading

Legend Zelda Deviant Art Group

I have a couple of big announcements to make in this update. First of all, the obvious one. We now have an official Deviant Art Group set up for LegendZelda.Net.  We are going to be updating our Fan Art gallery a lot more here in the coming weeks as fan works will be one of our newest areas of priority. So as a response to this we went ahead and set up this Deviant Group so you can easily submit your fan art and get it published on that page and here on the site. Here is the link to our LegendZelda Deviant Group.

Next we have a huge change of direction with the site coming up soon. Everything on the site is getting a makeover. I have been working behind the scenes redoing a lot of the game guides. You may or may not have noticed this… Continue Reading

Skyward Sword and The Founding of Hyrule

&nbsp Yesterday was a big day in terms of news. The comments are still in an uproar over Nintendo of America’s response to Operation Rainfall. However, while this could be considered bad news, let’s not forget that yesterday was a good news day as well. In case you missed it, let me point you towards Eiji Aonuma’s interview. &nbsp We learned a lot more about Skyward Sword yesterday, and now that I’ve had the night to sleep on it, I’m ready to talk about it……

Skyward Sword and The Founding of Hyrule

&nbsp Yesterday was a big day in terms of news. The comments are still in an uproar over Nintendo of America’s response to Operation Rainfall. However, while this could be considered bad news, let’s not forget that yesterday was a good news day as well. In case you missed it, let me point you towards Eiji Aonuma’s interview. &nbsp We learned a lot more about Skyward Sword yesterday, and now that I’ve had the night to sleep on it, I’m ready to talk about it……

Link’s Many Girlfriends in Ocarina of Time

Having recently completed the original quest in The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time 3D, I got to thinking about Link and his many prospective girlfriends in that game. Link really is a lady’s man in this game and ends up somewhat betrothed to two girls (Ruto and Malon). He has one wishing she would […]

Minecraft: Zelda’s Adventure Modification Pays Homage to Beloved Series

I’m sure you people of the internet have heard of Minecraft, the incredibly popular sandbox experience which allows one to build and explore to their heart’s content. Well, add one more item to that description: a mod paying homage to the Legend of Zelda franchise! This mod currently boasts five dungeons inspired by the seminal […]

Nintendo: Destroyer of Dreams, The Other Side of the Story

One of our new writers, Tom Vivo, posted what can only be described as a nerd rant very early this morning talking about how he is pretty much super pissed off that The Last Story, Xenoblade, and Pandora’s Tower aren’t coming to the states. His reasoning for being mad is understandable – we all are feeling the pain. We’ve been supporting Xenoblade, as an example, almost since we expanded past the Zelda realm last year. Trust me, I am not one happy camper, and I am even less happy that Nintendo of America wont give us a reason as to why they have decided against it. Usually you can find that reason hidden in their responses, but this time it’s just simply been a no, without any talk about it. If it’s about sales, localizing, or anything else… they could at least hint at it. That being said, just because Nintendo reiterated what they said in regards to Xenoblade not being at E3 doesn’t mean the movement stops here. Tom asks "where do we go from here" – we simply continue to support Operation Rainfall. We continue to plead with Nintendo, and we continue to simply not let the topic…

Nintendo: Destroyer of Dreams

Let me just start by saying that I’m not really happy with Nintendo right now. Its been awhile since there’s been a major title on the Wii that I actually cared about. Right now the only title I’m looking forward to is Skyward Sword. I was looking forward to Xenoblade, but not anymore. Nintendo’s comment on the localization of The Last Story, Xenoblade, and Pandora’s Tower really took the wind out of my fanboy sails. Jump inside for some good old fashioned nerd rage. …

And Nintendo’s Response to Operation Rainfall Is…

We’ve watched and waited for a couple days now to see what Nintendo of America’s response to the Operation Rainfall movement promoting the localization of Nintendo JRPG titles such as Xenoblade and The Last Story for the U.S., and they’ve finally released a statement via their Facebook page. Better brace yourself… what they have to say is after the jump….