The rumor mill is a buzz again, and this time the next Legend of Zelda game is the focus.Rumors coming from Emily Rogers suggest that Legend of Zelda will be coming to both the Wii U and Nintendo’s NX system, similar to how Twilight Princess launched on both the Gamecube and Wii.
In Febrary 21, 1986, Nintendo released the first Legend of Zelda game in Japan and a few weeks ago, we celebrated its 30th anniversary.A few days ago -- on April 4th -- Zelda fans Scott and Mike published their fan made game Zelda30Tribute online.
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.
Back in 1993, Nintendo paired up with Philips to make video games for the Philips CD-i, an interactive compact disk media player.Despite this, YouTube user C4DNerd decided it was necessary to create this "HD Trailer" for a 3D version of Link: The Faces of Evil and Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon.
The NX is a major upgrade compared to the Wii and Wii U.However, judging from the past prices of the Wii and Wii U it could be around the $299 mark or higher.
I remember loving The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, but I didn't pay very good attention to the story.Why are we talking about this game now?
Some sad news for those of you wanting to play The Legend of Zelda Wii U because its release date has been delayed yet again.To kind of lighten up the mood, a Nintendo NX version of the game has been confirmed.
However, they are switching it up once again this year by going all in on The Legend of Zelda Wii U.It was also said that the NX would not be at E3 2016 at all, but perhaps the even more shocking news is that Nintendo has now said that The Legend of Zelda Wii U will be the only playable game at E3 this year.
Only a few short days after our PAX East extravaganza, Will and I are back with AOTF Podcast #28.After the slow news week we had last time, it’s surprising just how much has happened in the last couple of days.
“The Legend of Zelda turns 30 this year and has many fans in the west,” said Miyamoto in regards to a question about possible development issues.“We’re considering how to get Zelda out of its rut.