No, I’m not going to post a cheesy metaphor like some people. Just an epic cake that Zelda fan Brandon received for graduating from college. Hop inside to see the aspiring teacher and his sweet, nerdy goodness….
This little diddy was sent us via email from a fan named CorvosKK, and boy am I happy he brought this to our attention. While this music video was released on youtube back in October, it did get overlooked a bit. The song is titled “Follow Me” featuring Pato Pooh and Adam Tensta. It’s no secret we are big fans of music related to gaming in the main stream audience, and what better way to do a tribute to classic gaming than with a current time song? I really appreciate the creativity. Hey artists out there, can we get more of this please? Thank you….
Take a look around the Zelda Informer forums and you’ll find plenty of threads about Hyrule’s geography. Seriously, it has been done to death and many of us are sick of it. So when I was at Zelda Universe and I came across an article on Geography, I didn’t expect much, but what I got was a treat. A part of their “Missing Link” series of articles, ‘Hyrule: A Geography and Cartography’ by Bastian, is an interesting read. Bastian contends that the Hyrule seen in most games is just a small part of the large land, like seen in The Adventure of Link, and the reason that explains why every Zelda game has a different map is simply that the map becomes more accurate over time, just like maps of our world did. The article is complete with diagrams and visual comparisons that either stole the “O”s from Google’s logo, or the Olympic rings, I’m not quite sure myself. Nevertheless, it makes for a quick, interesting and though provoking read. Personally, I would have liked the author to explain how the idea works with the now accepted pre and post flood Hyrule eras, as well as the split timelines,…
While most of the Zelda fandom is calling out for Zelda music to become fully orchestrated, these guys decided to take a different direction. The result is a pretty awesome vocal rendition of A Link to the Past’s Dark World Theme. If you feel inspired to start a Zelda-themed barbershop quartet after listening to this, don’t worry, that’s normal. Props to GoNintendo for the find….
Got a new discussion video for you guys! This time I’m going to talk about the two darkest games in the series, Majora’s Mask and Twilight Princess, and explain why I think Twilight Princess is a darker game than Majora’s Mask.
I know a few of you are a little sick of hearing me complain about […]
While Nintendo’s beloved franchise did not ultimately triumph in the race for gold, fans will be pleased to hear that the Legend of Zelda came in third in the running for Top Videogame Series in the Guinness World Records 2010 Gamer’s Edition. Topping our favorite hero and his companions were the Halo franchise in first […]
Although it was released to the public sometime back in March by the user Cendamos, it has recently come to our attention that the debug rom for Majora’s Mask is available via Zelda64.net. A debug rom is what is used to test the game prior to its release, and therefore may contain data not available […]
Nintendo of Japan has revealed the schedules for upcoming first-party games in their latest Financial Results Briefing for 2010. The Legend of Zelda Wii is still set as a TBA (to be announced) date for Japan, but the game is not listed at all for neither Europe or the United States. It’s not unusual for […]
Amongst the heavy political atmosphere of the ever controversial General Election in this reporter’s country, the journalism of Official Nintendo Magazine UK this morning almost slipped our radar; but even in such turbulent times we remain ever vigilant! It was revealed in Nintendo’s latest Financial Briefings document, and the most up-to-date official release schedules, that although Japan is pencilled in to receive a Wii dose of Zelda-y goodness before the end of 2010, that the US and Europe may not be so lucky. Who knows how long Australia will find themselves waiting. All is not lost, however, as the European schedule only indicates as far as the third quarter and the ever anticipated Metroid: Other M; meaning that Nintendo could pull Zelda out just in time for Christmas, a period for which the release schedule seems entirely under wraps. Aonuma is also reported to have told ONM to ‘”expect surprises from Zelda” at this year’s E3. Of course, when this time comes, we will be all over the news like the Liberal Democrats on a referendum for proportional representation!…
The Link’s Awakening Video Walkthrough was completed about two weeks ago over at our youtube channel, but you can now access the completed page right here at Zelda Dungeon! It’s divided by chapter and each video has time stamps for all the significant events throughout the video. With that guide now complete, we have finally […]