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Cia's Excellent Taste In Decor

Cia's Excellent Taste In Decor Boy, I sure don't hope this starts a shirtless muscular Link thread.It would just be awful to see him just after training with beads of sweat trickling down his toned chest.

The New Legend of Zelda Game Is Delayed to 2017

The New Legend of Zelda Game Is Delayed to 2017 After being delayed from its original 2015 release date, the new upcoming Zelda game won’t make this year, either.In a financial report released today, Nintendo has the upcoming Zelda game slated for 2017 in Japan, North America, and Europe.

Sony may beat Nintendo to the punch, next-gen NX console not due until 2017

Sony may beat Nintendo to the punch, next-gen NX console not due until 2017 Ever since rumors surfaced of a new Nintendo console, it’s been assumed that Nintendo would launch a new platform before either Microsoft or Sony could finalize their own next-generation offerings.We can’t fairly call this a delay, since Nintendo hasn’t previously set a target for its NX launch.

What to expect from E3 2016

What to expect from E3 2016 We’re less than two weeks away from E3 2016, and in spite of the incessant “E3 is dying” narrative, there’s a lot going on.The Legend of Zelda is the only Nintendo game coming to E3 this year.

Nintendo Expands on E3 Streaming Plans

Nintendo Expands on E3 Streaming Plans The announcement stated that the Legend of Zelda for Wii U would be the only thing playable in Nintendo's E3 booth, and in place of the usual "Nintendo Direct" video, the company would instead do a day-long Zelda stream.It did also say that Nintendo would release more info on its E3 plans later, and today they've done exactly that.

ZI Podcast Ep. 001: Zelda U's Demo Shenanigans, a New Era, & Least Liked 3D Zelda Games

Hey everyone and welcome to our first ever episode of the all new Zelda Informer Podcast.After a one week break, the podcast has returned and been reborn into something all new and entirely different than what it was before.

ZI Podcast Ep. 003: E3 Demo Impressions of Breath of the Wild

Hey everyone and welcome to yet another special edition of the podcast, this time featuring three very special guests along with our host, Nathanial Rumphol-Janc, as we detail out our initial gameplay impressions of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.Those guests include Rod (Senior Editor for Zelda Informer), Zion (Former Zelda Informer Writer), and Eric (Best friend of Nathanial & behind the scenes helper).

The new Zelda is ambitious, but the Wii U is having a hard time keeping up

During last week’s E3 extravaganza, Nintendo finally dove deep on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.By all accounts, this is a massive game that’s being crammed onto last-gen hardware much like Metal Gear Solid V.

ZI Podcast Ep. 005: Zelda Series Gender Debate Put to Rest & E3 Bets Results

ZI Podcast Ep. 005: Zelda Series Gender Debate Put to Rest & E3 Bets Results This weeks podcast features yours truly, with our regular co-host Alfred back in his usual spot as a ZI Podcast first timer joins us.This weeks podcast finally gets to put to rest the seemingly endless gender debate, thanks in large part to Mr.

ZI Podcast Ep. 006: Leaked Hyrule Warriors DLC, Zelda in a Rut, & More Multiplayer

ZI Podcast Ep. 006: Leaked Hyrule Warriors DLC, Zelda in a Rut, & More Multiplayer So we settle the score right off the bat with what I personally would describe as a come from behind, totally unexpected, victory.After those shenanigans we get back into our regular format.

ZI Podcast Ep. 008: Thoughts on Breath of the Wild's Delays & NES Mini

ZI Podcast Ep. 008: Thoughts on Breath of the Wild's Delays & NES Mini This week's episode of the Zelda Informer Podcast is a bit of an odd one, as we had to call upon our fan base at the last moment to step up and create a worthwhile podcast.They were brave enough to answer the call and we at Zelda Informer are enternally grateful.

ZI Podcast Ep. 011: Zelda & Metroid's 30th, Shutting Down Fan Projects

ZI Podcast Ep. 011: Zelda & Metroid's 30th, Shutting Down Fan Projects This week we cover some rather series topics, including some much beloved anniversaries for both Zelda and Metroid, Nintendo's take down of fan projects, and a slew of fan questions pertaining to some interesting Zelda lore.We have a jam packed podcast this week despite the fact that it's just the hosts this week.

'The Legend of Zelda: Art & Artifacts' offers an early peek at the next game

'The Legend of Zelda: Art & Artifacts' offers an early peek at the next game The Legend of Zelda: Art & Artifacts offers a peek behind the scenes at Zelda's long history, with more than 400 pages containing concept art, promo materials and interviews with the design team.For Dark Horse, Art & Artifacts is a follow-up to The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia, a 2013 release that established an official timeline for the various games in the series.

Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Video is All About Arrows

Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Video is All About Arrows Developers have now turned their attention toward Link’s archery abilities by releasing a short video on the official Nintendo of America Twitter account to show off the different types of arrows The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild protagonist will be using in the game.Perhaps the most interesting part of this reveal for Link’s arrows in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the fact that fans will be able to chain them in unique ways, or save them for occasional problem-solving.

The Legend of Kusakari review - ChristCenteredGamer.com

The Legend of Kusakari review - ChristCenteredGamer.com I often find myself pondering what Link does after rescuing Zelda, or any other maiden for that matter.I came to the conclusion that he must cut down a lot of patches of grass to pass the time until Ganon returns.

New details on Nintendo’s mini-NES point to gorgeous graphics, but very short cables

New details on Nintendo’s mini-NES point to gorgeous graphics, but very short cables Ever since Nintendo announced it would offer a pint-sized mini-NES with 30 classic games pre-loaded, there’s been a significant groundswell of interest from nostalgic gamers.New information and side-by-side playthroughs suggest that the micro-console offers better graphics than even Nintendo’s own Virtual Console on the Wii U.