After teasing the world with a handful of performances, it looks like the Zelda concert tour is expanding its North American dates. Is your town one of the lucky few?
Don't you just love disclaimers? Only this one concerning the accuracy of the Zelda timeline in the limited edition Hyrule Historia has been sitting right under our noses the whole time.
Love Zelda and tired of having blank walls? If you've got the cash, you can grab this new art collection that honors the series in ways that are both artsy and fartsy...
Mention Link today and most people will envisage the young wolf boy that inhabits Twilight Princess complete with his signature sword, shield and green tunic. And while theres no denying that this is certainly the best Link has ever looked, hes come along way since he first graced our consoles way back in 1986.
Of course it comes as no surprise that Link has taken on a wealth of different looks over his years of adventuring and exploring. He began his adventures as a tiny sprite in The Legend
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Friday 12 May 2006
Nintendo has released a video and screenshots of Link's debut on DS in The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass.
The game is set months after the events of GameCube's WindWaker when Link and Tetra have set sail to explore new lands. Unfortunately when searching an abandoned ship, the two explorers are separated, with Link being washed up on the shore of a mysterious island. From here he must
Were you one of those people that really had to struggle with the Saturday morning graphics of 2003's Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker? Well, get over it, because the 'toon style is coming back - and this time, you're only going to be using the DS' stylus to save the day.
Phantom Hourglass seemingly ignores every button on the handheld, forcing you to guide Link through the land of Hyrule by pointing and sliding the stylus across the touch screen. A glowing fairy serves as a sort of reference
Oct 12, 2007
Phantom Hourglass is a little easier than most of the other Zelda titles, but that doesn't mean it's a total cakewalk. To lend a helping hand, we've constructed this fast-pass guide. Seeing as you're savvy enough to be on GamesRadar, playing Zelda and looking up help, we're going to assume you've played a little Zelda in your day. Therefore, we're not going to bore you with every last detail. If the route is simple, we'll say "advance" or "move on." If there's a puzzle the
Although there's no doubt that Zelda: Phantom Hourglass has always looked good, fans have been concerned that the new stylus-only control system might spoil the game, and Mr. Miyamoto admits that he was, too.
"When we decided to develop a Zelda title for the DS, we wanted it to be a fun game with the essence of the DS," the Zelda daddy explains. However, he goes on to confess: "we were worried whether we could make a good Zelda game that used the stylus control scheme of the DS."
Sept 28, 2007
Nintendo currently owns four of the top 10 best-selling franchises in the video game world. Number one? Of course it's Mario, the bouncy platform king everyone knows. Nipping at his heels are 493 super-powered Pokemon. Charging right behind them, however, is one lone figure riding atop his tireless steed, sword held high in utter triumph and hard-nosed defiance against all other comers.
So, even though Mario and Pokemon outrank Link by a wide margin, the latter's mindshare and
Most of us expected to see a brief Revolution trailer or two at the Game Developers Conference today. Well, there was no such thing. What we got instead is a brand new Zelda adventure for DS. In fact, it's well into development and aimed to come home this fall.
The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass carries the cartoony, exaggerated design of 2003's GameCube offering, The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, but appears to use a slightly angled point of view during gameplay. Also, love it or