Custom jeweler Takaya recently launched a blog and started showing off their designs with a set of engagement and wedding rings inspired by Legend of Zelda. The rings are white and yellow gold and diamonds, with the golden triangles that "symbolize the legend of the Tri-force." Price quotes are being offered for interested gamers about to pop the question or tie the knot. Get a look after the jump.
We've shared a few of the treats from this summer's Wonder Festival, but there's even more figure goodness to look forward to for Nintendo fans. As seen on Inside Games, one of the impressive displays on hand was MediCom's Real Action Hero Link figure. That, Marth, and more past the jump.
Even before The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time hit Nintendo 3DS with spruced up 3D visuals, fans of the Nintendo 64 days were hoping the follow-up, 2000's Majora's Mask, would get the same treatment. While nothing has come of that yet, Nintendo and series creator Shigeru Miyamoto haven't forgotten the demand. Read on for more.
Between our first look at the new Smash Bros. and a new Mario game, Nintendo had plenty of big announcements for E3, but what about everyone's favorite emerald-clad elf? Shigeru Miyamoto says that Nintendo wanted to wait on revealing the new Legend of Zelda title for Wii U--more after the jump!
The 25th Anniversary Legend of Zelda website got an update announcing the "Official Nintendo Guidebook" Hyrule Historia: The Legend of Zelda Encyclopedia. Hit the jump for sample pages and more info!
Every now and then you meet that kind of fan--the guy whose living room looks like the Bridge from Star Trek: The Next Generation, or has an elaborately-painted Bleach mural running down their hallway. See what Nintendo of America does when it hires production house iam8bit to create an impressive Legend of Zelda-themed room, after the jump!
With The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword out in stores, we can all now do what many of us were doing as children: pretend to be Link and swing the Master Sword as hard as we can at the forces of evil. After the jump, check out a guy who takes motion control to a new level of intensity.
Illustrator Andrew Kolb has mashed Street Fighter videogame characters up somewhat unexpectedly with the whimsy of Mary Blair's designs for the Disneyland ride, "It's a Small World." Check out the first three posters in his series after the jump!