Next Thursday, GameTrailers will be premiering a brand new series called “Timeline,” whose main purpose will be to explore the continuity of some of gaming’s most popular series. Unsurprisingly, they have decided to kick-start the project by showcasing the franchise whose overarching narrative is the most hotly-debated within the medium: The Legend of Zelda.
Since Hyrule Historia was released in Japan last year, fans had been clamoring for a western release. Why would they not have? After all, this book contains exclusive concept art from virtually every Legend of Zelda title, as well as relative closure to the long-held timeline debate.
Although this de facto Zelda bible won’t be released until January of next year, Nintendo has successfully tide us over by revealing the cover for the English translation of the book. Hit the jump to see for yourself!
Another Midna comparison! This week, from the infamous Majora’s Mask: Tatl. That fairy is one of my favorite helpers in the franchise, as she’s the one that most resembles our Midna. How is this possible? Read to find out!
Again: Spoilers! Proceed with caution!
The Wii U is scheduled to launch in just a few days, and with it will come the release of Nintendo Land; a theme park-style game consisting of various non-canonical minigames based around popular titles, such as Pikmin, Mario, Metroid, and, most importantly, The Legend of Zelda.
While playing through The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker with his three-year-old daughter Maya, Mike Hoye flipped the nouns and pronouns, so that Link would be referred to as a young girl, rather than a young boy. Not content with simply changing them on the spot, however, he decided to hack the game’s display text accordingly. Talk about going the extra mile!