One of the most exciting things about the Oculus Rift VR headset is what fans are doing with homebrew projects. See one of the recent experiments, which takes The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker and tweaks it for a more immersive experience, after the jump.
PBS' Game/Show YouTube series popped up again a few days ago to ask a big question about the success of Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda series. Do the games exploit our feelings of nostalgia, relying solely on how they made us feel when we were younger? Watch the video after the jump and decide for yourself.
Forza games boast some impressively deep customization options, and Xbox One user Ni1131 put them to the test to some rad results. Have a look at his custom The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker car after the jump.
Nintendo has a handful of series lined up for the Nintendo Video 3DS app, with new shorts launching and running into 2014. Chief among them is The Legend of Zelda: The Misadventures of Link and shorts starring Pikmin. More after the jump.
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.
The always entertaining Man at Arms web series is back with another real world take on a classic video game weapon. This episode's oft-requested blade comes from The Legend of Zelda series, with Link's Master Sword taking a dip into the forge. See how it turned out after the jump.
In 2007, back when CGI film studio Imagi (TMNT, Astro Boy, and the canned Gatchaman flick) still had some steam, they created a pitch reel for an adaptation of Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda series. See what could have been after the jump.
A very bizarre mod was created to replace Link with Sonic in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, and streamer Vinesauce recently took it for a spin. What happens when the N64 classic becomes The Legend of Sanic: Ocarina of Fast? See the absurdity in all its glory after 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.