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Zelda's Hyrule Historia gets limited edition and a trailer

The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia is still a couple of months away in North America, and now a collector's edition of the book has been spotted on Amazon. The limited collector's edition features a fancy faux-leather cover, which sports a debossed symbol of the Gate of Time, and shiny gilded...

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Father flips Link's gender to make his daughter the heroine

Maya has really been enjoying The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. Her father, developer Mike Hoye, says she likes "sailing, scary birds and remembering to be brave," much like Link, the game's protagonist. But girls can go on adventures and rescue their little brothers, too! To emphasize that,...

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Hyrule Historia coming to North America in January

A list of "January 2013 New Releases" on Diamond Book Distributors shows an English version of The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia, the compendium originally released in Japan in December. According to the info provided in the sales kit, the English version is being published by Dark Horse Books,...

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Mega64 brings Skyward Sword to Earth

Behind every legendary warrior is some guy with a Wiimote, desperately trying to perform a shield bash. Unless, of course, live-action video game pantomime is "not [your] lifestyle."...

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Zelda: The Lost Oracle fan film captures imagination

It's no secret Nintendo could really use a Zelda sequel that recaptures the passions of fallen fans young and old. This fan made trailer for the nonexistent Zelda: The Lost Oracle takes Toon Link and inflames the hopes of what's possible for the franchise in HD on Wii U....

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Super Mario 3D Land breaks 5 million sold, Skyward Sword at 3.4 million

Nintendo elaborated on the "strong sales" for The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword and Super Mario 3D Land today, in its list of million-selling titles for the last nine months. The Wii adventure sold 3.42 million units worldwide, of which 3.04 million took place outside of Japan. That makes it the...

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Homemade golden Nunchuk is a real treasure

Keen with desire to own a golden Nunchuk to match the golden Wii Remote released for The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword? Well, you can't get an official golden Nunchuk outside of Japan's Club Nintendo, but that can't stop you from making your own. Enter Reddit user alycenwonderland, who...

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Not even Link is immune to the recession

When we need money, we do what any upstanding member of society does: we cut lawns and sell lemonade. If you're a game protagonist, you hock your most treasured possessions -- at least, that's what Link does....

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Zelda 25th anniversary symphony coming to Denver, Vancouver, Atlanta and more

The Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary concert series is continuing its journey around the United States, and the show is so popular that it's added four new dates to the proceedings. In addition to all of the dates already listed, the show is coming to Denver on April 7, Vancouver, Canada on March...

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Skyward Sword's language deciphered, turned into font

Did you ever wonder what all the writing found throughout The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword translated to? Neither have we, but fan "Sarinilli" did, and discovered that it's just our alphabet represented by new characters. A few of the Hylian characters represent multiple letters, but it's a...

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