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Miyamoto Returned to Original Zelda Open-world Concept for Zelda Wii U

  Posted on 12/19/2014 11:31:40 AM by Austin Dickson

Zelda Wii U Screenshot

In a recent interview, Shigeru Miyamoto talked a little about Zelda Wii U. He mentioned wanting to "go back" to the "open-world concept" of the original Zelda games. They took that idea and designed the game around it. Miyamoto hinted at a system similar to the one in Skyward Sword that made the environment change as you did certain things in game. Check out the full quotes after the break...

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New Trailer for Hyrule Warriors: "Let Battle Commence!"

  Posted on 12/9/2014 10:22:12 AM by Austin Dickson

Hyrule Warriors Epona

Nintendo UK released a new trailer for Hyrule Warriors today entitled "Let Battle Commence!" It shows off a brief cutscene and gameplay footage. While nothing that new is shown - it is a good commercial as that was the intent. If you are looking for something new, go check out the Zelda Wii U footage. Anyway - be sure to check out the Hyrule Warriors trailer after the break...

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A Breakdown of the New Zelda Wii U Details

  Posted on 12/5/2014 9:18:31 PM by Austin Dickson

Zelda Wii U E3 2014

Nintendo recently showed off some footage of Zelda Wii U during Game Awards 2014. Zelda Wii U - coming in 2015 - boasts a plethora of game changing ideas for the series. It will be the largest overworld map of any game and include a lot of new gameplay mechanics for starters. Well, lets get down to the new details...

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Symphony of the Goddesses Returns in 2015 with "Master Quest"

  Posted on 12/2/2014 8:46:34 AM by Austin Dickson

Symphony of the Goddesses Master Quest

Fans of the Legend of Zelda will likely remember the Symphony of the Goddesses that provided a musical treat to fans throughout 2012 and 2013. Well, the concert series is returning in 2015 with Master Quest. It will incorporate new music from Majora's Mask 3D and other games in the series. Be sure to check out my review of the original and my Quest 2 review for a look at previous iterations of the concert series. Full details about the new tour can be found after the break...

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Original Song Based on Hyrule Warriors

  Posted on 11/17/2014 2:33:04 PM by Austin Dickson

Hyrule Warriors Original Song

Screen Team has created an original song based on Hyrule Warriors. It showcases some attacks used in the game as well as some original scenes. It was an interesting view and something I felt that our viewers would enjoy. Check it out after the break...

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Captain Toad Was Almost a Zelda Game

  Posted on 11/14/2014 7:15:36 PM by Austin Dickson

Captain Toad Artwork

You may remember from E3 2014 a title by the name of Captain Toad. Well, in a recent interview with director Shinya Hiratakem - it was mentioned that the concept behind Captain Toad started off with Link instead of Toad. The concept was very much the same but used Link to traverse through the diorama-like levels. They picked Link initially since he did not jump - that is why they did not pick the Mario universe; however, the idea was shot down as being part of the Zelda universe during the same meeting it was shown.

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Aonuma: Majora's Mask 3D in Development Since Ocarina of Time 3D was Finished

  Posted on 11/8/2014 10:18:53 PM by Austin Dickson

Majora's Mask 3D European Box Art

With the recent news confirming Majora's Mask 3D for the 3DS, Aonuma has taken to Miiverse to talk a little about the development of the game. It went into development almost immediately after Ocarina of Time 3D development finished. The game was always coming - they just did not want to announce it until the right moment. When asked about it - Aonuma would always think, "Please wait a bit longer!" He also mentions there will be new features in the game but no details are given. Be sure to check out the full quotes after the break...

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The Ugly Face Behind the Majora's Mask 3D Remake

  Posted on 11/7/2014 2:56:51 PM by Christopher Weil

Majora's Mask Remake Article

Just recently, Nintendo dropped the news that the long awaited remake to Majora's Mask is finally coming in 3D for Spring of next year. This for many was good news, but for others it seemed to be a little underwhelming. Some fans, including myself were disappointed, and some were clearly happy. After the break, I will be looking at different opinions on the remake, while adding in my own...

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Link amiibo Unlocks the Spinner in Hyrule Warriors

  Posted on 11/5/2014 9:11:07 PM by Austin Dickson

Link amiibo Unlocks Spinner

As seen above - the Spinner from Twilight Princess makes its into Hyrule Warriors. It is unlocked by using the Link amiibo with the game. The Spinner was a fun way to travel through various areas of Twilight Princess so I welcome its return in Hyrule Warriors. Be sure to check out the trailer after the break...

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Majora's Mask 3D Collectors Edition Heading to Europe

  Posted on 11/5/2014 2:23:33 PM by Austin Dickson

Majora's Mask 3D Collectors Edition

Majora's Mask 3DS was announced earlier and we now know that the Collectors Edition seen above is heading to Europe. It is unknown if this edition will make it to other regions; however, we will keep you updated on anything new concerning it. The Collectors Edition comes with a cool outer box, a double side posted, a Majora's Mask pin, and a steelbook case as seen above. The confirmation comes from a recent Nintendo Direct that can be seen after the break...

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