Nintendo’s worst kept secret is out of the bag. Yep, it’s totally happening — Twilight Princess HD has been officially announced for a March 4, 2016, release. Check out the announcement trailer, along with details on the Wolf Link-Midna amiibo — no, for real — after the jump!
You just knew we had to acknowledge Halloween somehow, right? I mean, if nothing else, then this article is an excuse for me to use that unsettling featured image.
For all of its whimsical sensibilities, the Zelda series frequently delves into some dark places. This ranges from more mature themes to unnerving enemy encounters to downright creepy imagery.
Many of the fans’ go-to examples of this still hold up. The Shadow Temple, Yeta’s transformation into Blizzeta, Ghirahim himself, seemingly every major element of Majora’s Mask — the series definitely has more than its fair share.
Want Midna Back started back in 2008, and a lot has changed since then. We’ve seen a major revision of the site a few years ago thanks to the implementation of WordPress, allowing for easier publishing and navigation, but with this new times focused on creating websites that are mobile-friendly and a bigger focus on social media, we needed to give this page yet another makeover.
The process is happening soon, with the website going into maintenance mode tonight as we make all the necessary changes to the website in the process of the next few days. In the meantime, I want to remind you that the forums will remain accessible for users to participate, and as always you can access the WMB chat (albeit we might push the Mibbit Client to a different page).
Feel free to comment away if you have any concerns about the site’s redesign – if you have any questions, be sure to fire them away. We hope you enjoy the new site as we deploy it this weekend. LB out.
Throughout the past several years, Did You Know Gaming has become a go-to source of video game development trivia. Given its abundence of Zelda-related content, especially, it was only a matter of time before the folks over there tackled Twilight Princess.
From the game’s original art direction to the inspiration behind the Wii version’s bow and arrow interface, this video covers a ton of ground. Check it out after the jump!