Nintendo followed up Star Fox with the announcement of The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes for Nintendo 3DS. The portable action game is in the style of Four Swords, with an emphasis on multiplayer co-op. More after the jump.
Some fanmade animations are even better than what the original creators could make. That's a fact! If you need proof, just check out this excellent short featuring Link from The Legend of Zelda as he needs to purchase a new shield. Hit the jump to see the video!
A few hours ago a trailer suddenly popped online for Hyrule Warriors on Nintendo 3DS, but Koei Tecmo has since removed it. While the announcement apparently went up a little prematurely, we know the Musou-style hack-and-slasher is coming to Nintendo's portable, and it's bringing some new characters along for the ride. Hit the jump for more.
This week brought the blacksmithing team of the Awe me channel's Man at Arms: Reforged series back to the world of classic games. The latest item they're taking a crack at is Link's Hylian Shield, as seen in a bunch of games from The Legend of Zelda series. See how the final creation turns out after the jump.
Animator and comedian Johnny McHone recently put his iPhone to fantastic use, combining it with the six-second-video-making Vine app to post a stop-motion tribute to The Legend of Zelda. The impressive mix of figure and clay animation has since been compiled in a YouTube video, which you can watch after the jump.
We recently posted about the Ganon Pack DLC for Hyrule Warriors, which, among other goodies, puts players in control of the hulking Ganon. Koei Tecmo followed up with some footage, showing just how destructive the Zelda series villain can be after the jump.
Nintendo and Koei Tecmo are getting ready to launch the next set of DLC for Hyrule Warriors in Japan. This one brings more evil to the table with the Ganon Pack, which hits the eShop on February 26 for ¥500 ($4.20). Hit the jump for more.