Legend of Zelda

The Legend of Zelda: Convolution of Time

The latest reveal of Breath of the Wild has raised a question that arises every time a new Zelda game has been announced or released for the past decade or so: When does it take place? For a while, there seemed to be a comprehensive timeline. The Legend of Zelda was succeeded by Zelda II, taking place a few years later. The events of A Link to the Past were, as the Western region title suggested, ...

Majora’s Mask: Misunderstood Masterpiece or Overrated Oddity?

Last week’s Nintendo Direct has the Nintendo Universe buzzing with excitement, much of it stirred up by the announcement of the Majora’s Mask remake coming to the 3DS. While many are bouncing with excitement, others are cringing at the thought of tackling this franchise misfit again. All this brings us to an enormously debated question: Where does Majora’s Mask sit in the Zelda h...

Link-inspired weapons and armor confirmed for Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate

Capcom has confirmed, via a post on their blog, that weapons and armor based on Link’s iconic appearance will make their way to Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate for the Nintendo 3DS. If you watch the trailer above, you’ll see two hunters dressed as Link, one wielding the master sword and Hylian shield, the other the fully upgraded sacred bow from The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. The Zelda-...

New card cases hit Club Nintendo

If you listen to Infendo Radio, you may know that I’m quite keen on Club Nintendo, a rewards program for fans who register their games and systems and take surveys to earn coins that can be redeemed for downloadable games and physical goodies. Today the service saw the addition of new Nintendo 3DS game card cases for 400 coins per “set.” A set includes a card case in the shape an...

Video: Hero of Time Remix

Enjoy this remix of sounds from over two decades of Legend of Zelda games! Artist Jeesh, from United Kingdom, crafted a splendid piece of music using songs and sounds from LoZ. All entries appear in this video — even from the CD-I games! So go ahead — click that link to soothe your ears. Source: YouTube

Princess Zelda to the Rescue

Just when you thought your dream of playing a game where Princess Zelda was the protagonist was never going to happen, along came YouTube user Kenna W.   (Hopefully, as a true fan of the franchise you do not count those CD-i games, in which case you would have realized this dream about 20 years ago…)  Kenna modded the original Legend of Zelda so that the player controls Zelda to save Hyrule ...