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A Link to the Past: What the Legend of Zelda Series Has Left Behind

The Legend of Zelda is a game series with a history of over 30 years, and in that time the series has done a lot to expand upon itself. From the ever growing multiple timelines and self-referential story-lines to basic game mechanics, each Zelda title inherits a lot from its predecessors. There are, however, some things that just didn’t survive the overwhelming growth of the Zelda universe. ...

Infendo Radio 400 – Someone Queue Jesse Frederick, We Have a Full House!

Let’s not pull any punches here. EPISODE 400 WAS A BLAST! Thank you to ALL of the former Infendo staff who took the time out to join us for our milestone episode. This week we decided to do things a little different that usual and have come up with the definitive Infendo Top 25 Games of all Time list! Join in for the knife fight that ensues, and don’t forget to #BlameEugene! Infendo Ra...

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’s amiibo figure will be compatible with Hyrule Warriors

Nintendo of America tweeted today that Link’s amiibo figure will be compatible with Hyrule Warriors. This is a game that wasn’t listed as amiibo-compatible until now, but we’ll have to wait to find out exactly how the NFC figure will work with Hyrule Warriors. Since Link’s is the only figure currently announced to work with the game, does this change your previous amiibo pu...

Link, Isabelle, new tracks and more coming to Mario Kart 8 as DLC

History will be made this November: for the first time in a Mario Kart game, Link (…from the Zelda series) will be hitting the tracks. The new character comes as part of a DLC pack that’ll also unlock a couple of new cups with brand-new tracks to race on. If my instincts serve me, the new cups will be a Yoshi’s egg cup of some sort and a Triforce cup. This Spring, Isabelle and th...

Aonuma: Yes, that was indeed Link in the Zelda Wii U teaser

Earlier this week, famed Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma stirred up a bit of debate on whether or not Link was the hero shown in the short Zelda Wii U teaser. When asked about Link’s appearance, Aonuma stated, “No one explicitly said that that was Link.”  Many who took the comment at face value began to question if the person shown in the trailer was possibly a new protagonist or even a female Li...

Aonuma on Link in new Zelda teaser: “No one explicitly said that that was Link.”

The short teaser for Zelda on the Wii U has the majority of E3 goers and all of social media talking when it was shown during Nintendo’s Digital Event this morning. What we know from the brief glimpse into the next-gen Zelda is two things: 1.) It will be open-world; and 2.) It looks beautiful in it’s early stages of development. But, there might be another detail that could have Ninten...

Nintendo Spotting: Zelda hockey jersey

Aside from being a lifelong fan of Nintendo, I myself have an undying love for the sport of hockey. Out of sheer surprise, the two loves of my life crossed paths last night. While in the second intermission of a Western Conference Divisional Playoff game between the Chicago Blackhawks and my hometown St. Louis Blues, I saw in the distance a man wearing a green jersey. At first glance, I figured it...

Watch This Live-Action Skull Kid Movie

  Here’s a nice stocking stuffer for The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask fans: a live action film! Majora’s Mask Live Action: The Skull Kid chronicles Skull Kid’s back story. We learn why the residents of Clock Town dislike the imp, how he came into possession of Majora’s Mask, and see his fateful encounter with Link. The film was created by Jared Potter who creat...

Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Gameplay Footage

  Ready for more The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds footage? Good! The video above shows off the Tornado Rod, Link’s new way to get around. Players will be able to use the Tornado Rod to avoid obstacles and traverse dungeons. Or… you can just use it to see the cool animation.  Either way, you can try this new contraption on November 22. Source:  YouTube

Toon Link returns to the Super Smash Bros. roster

Nintendo confirmed today that a returning character has been revealed for Super Smash Bros. for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. The character? Toon Link. Toon Link first made his official appearance on the Smash Bros. roster in 2008’s Super Smash Bros. Brawl for the Wii. Link’s move-set was not detailed in any way on the official Smash Bros. website. He joins Captain Olimar and Pit as the ...

Weekend Discussion: The Legend Of Zelda

What are The Legend of Zelda’s best ever games?  It began way back in 1986 with the release of The Legend of Zelda in Japan. Since then, people from around the globe have enjoyed Link’s adventures across a number of Nintendo consoles. But while there’s no title available for Wii U just yet, all this is about to change as a high-definition remake of the classic Wind Waker hits shelves later this ye...