Posted On 30 May 2013 By admin
When asked to decide on a symbol or logo to represent your family, what would you choose? Would it display all you’ve been through together, or maybe it would show off your gaming pride? It certainly did the latter for this guy, as he chose the Triforce from the Legend of Zelda to signify his [...]
Posted On 19 Jul 2012 By admin
Here we are wrapping up another week of the Official Dungeon Gaming Enterprises Community Competitions. There were many entries in each of the competitions but all the votes are in and the people have spoken. So here are the winners for this week. Jump inside to see the winning. entries First up is the Graphics [...]
Posted On 08 Jul 2012 By admin
Courtesy of ComicBookMovie comes word that Archer Animation is in the process of adapting Akira Himekawa’s Link to the Past Manga to anime form. Industry heavyweights such as Vic Mignogna (of Dragon Ball Z and Full Metal Alchemist fame) among others, will be contributing voice work for the adaptation. The team has not as of [...]
Posted On 03 Mar 2012 By admin
For the past few years, one of the major players in the Zelda translating scene has undoubtedly been GlitterBerri - it's largely due to her that we've been receiving accurate translations of information contained within the Hyrule Historia, the (so far) Japan-only Zelda timeline, history and art book. Nintendo Gamer recently conducted an interview with GlitterBerri, and while there isn't much in the way of new information about the Historia in this interview, it's certainly an interesting read for those who are interested in translation or the Zelda series in general. Jump inside for a few of the highlights from the interview....
Posted On 02 Mar 2012 By admin
It's your server guy that never posts. Just have a couple updates I'd like to share!First off, a lot of you wonder who I am or what I've been up to. I don't have a lot of time to put towards video gaming these days, but lately I've taken up the handle of Music Journalist over at my personal blog, DennisWyman.com. In fact, just recently, I sent up a new recurring feature over there, "This Week In Playlists," where I talk about recent discoveries and addictions. Included in this week's roundup, is the music video for We Come Together by Goldfish, stylized as an 8-bit video game and full of references to several major Nintendo series.Secondly, we just underwent a MASSIVE server overhaul the past few days. For everybody that has been wondering what's been going on with the intermittent downtime, that was me. Things should be sorted out in that department for now though.See you around, kiddos!...
Posted On 29 Feb 2012 By admin
Zelda Reorchestrated has been experimenting with their monthly preview posts these past months, so there hasn't been a public music preview in awhile. However, March is nearly upon us and the ZREO team has not let us down. As a reminder, the preview is for ZREO's long-awaited and much-anticipated Twilight Symphony project, in which they've reorchestrated all the major arrangements from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess to give it that full-orchestra sound....
Posted On 27 Feb 2012 By admin
We haven't had a fan artist of the month in a long time. There wasn't one for December because the site was down, and there wasn't one in January because posting that giant Skyward Sword art feature made me think I had already posted a Fan Artist of the Month. Unfortunately, I didn't notice my mistake until the first week of February, but the ongoing art series is back with our February fan artist: Dan Hipp. Hipp's artwork, while featuring numerous Nintendo characters, is also largely focused around video game, comic, and film pop culture as a whole, often leading to many crossover pieces. His style focuses on simple linework with an emphasize on line texture and color. His pieces are not only great visually, but are also very entertaining....
Posted On 24 Feb 2012 By admin
Video not working? Try our YouTube mirror. There's something magical about that new trailer feel - especially Zelda trailers. Watching footage for the first time, coming away excited, with fresh first-glance impressions and an imagination for what lies behind the bits and pieces you've seen so far. Skyward Sword's been out for three months now, but Nintendo's still managed to rekindle some of that magic with another trailer, dubbed the "Epic Trailer" - and it really is epic. It reminded me of some of my first-glance impressions of the game, things that I guessed from those short glimpses - some of them right, others wrong. Hop inside for some of my early thoughts on the game based on previous footage, and share some of your own first impressions in the comments!...
Posted On 22 Feb 2012 By admin
Ah, the Master Ball. I never actually wind up using it in most Pokémon games, partly out of pride, partly out of the fact that I'd rather save it just in case I run across some kind of insanely necessary Shiny. At the end of the day, though, you really are supposed to use it, and so inevitably I should give it a try on something, and I'm always tempted to insta-catch something ridiculous... like Caterpie. What kinds of Pokémon have you caught with the Master Ball? Share your experiences in the comments!...
Posted On 21 Feb 2012 By admin
The Legend of Zelda 25th anniversary year may have just come to a close, but the Symphony of the Goddess musical celebration will go on! Nintendo just announced additional concert dates including a Houston (TX), Vienna (VA), and the symphony's return to Los Angeles! Once again, I'll be at the Los Angeles show - it happens to fall smack in the middle of this year's E3 - so bring your 3DS to the show and have your StreetPass ready! Jun 06, 2012 | 8:00 PM | Los Angeles | CA | Greek Theatre (on sale 2/22) Jul 07, 2012 | 7:30 PM | Houston | TX | Jones Hall Jul 26, 2012 | 8:00 PM | Vienna | VA | Filene Center at Wolf Trap (on sale 3/24) For more concert details check out the official Zelda Symphony schedule site. Link and more dates, including San Diego, after the jump....