Throughout the Legend of Zelda series we meet many characters in the realm of Hyrule that touch our hearts, and others who set incite our rage. Although the main focus of the series itself is our protagonist Link, he meets many on his quest to save Hyrule who spark the fire of inspiration within our hearts...

The good people at Zeldathon have announced another marathon playthrough of the entire Zelda franchise, including a few of the CD-i games! Organized by Matthew Moffit, otherwise known as SuperMCGamer, these Zeldathons have proven quite successful at raising money for charity, and this one is looking to be their most daring yet.

Previous Zeldathons worked on the premise of unlocking games through donations...

Getting kidnapped is such a drag, especially if you're not wearing a comfortable outfit. And when you're finally free to make your getaway, long gowns are far from convenient, and just a pain to deal with. Face it ladies: impractical dresses just aren't suited for the life of a princess. Fortunately Think Geek has a solution...

There are many ways that fans show their love of the Legend of Zelda series. Some fans will bring their favorite character to life through Cosplay, other fans will create music, statues, sewn objects, and other artwork to show their appreciation of the series. Artwork, whether it is digital or hand drawn, takes a strong amount of patience and hours at a time to complete. One fan recreated an iconic boss battle between Link and Ganon from the original Legend of Zelda...

Majora's Mask is arguably the darkest Zelda game; the fact you only have three days to stop the destruction of Termina, the moon looming overhead, and the ominous atmosphere provided by the game attest to that. All of that dark energy is heard tenfold in the song Clock Town Final Hours, which throws all three of the details described in the first sentence into one creepy tune. It's the final day, and in just a few short hours, Termina will cease to exist. That is the context going into the song and even without it, it's such a depressing sounding piece...

Yesterday, fans of the Zelda series were disappointed when out of nowhere, Eiji Aonuma himself released a statement on the progress of Zelda U. The game has now been delayed and will not be shown at E3.

The fanbase was not happy about this, clearly shown by the amount of news posts all around the Internet and the large discussions by commenters. Some people didn't mind the game getting delayed but were angered by the lack of E3 presentation or vice versa...

The recent news of Zelda U being not only delayed, but also not being shown at this year's E3, has resulted in many reactions. Most of the news, videos, and comments around the internet regarding Zelda U lately are about its delay, what that could mean for the Wii U, and why the game isn't being shown at E3. YouTuber Zeltik, however, has taken this delay as an opportunity to go back and re-examine the gameplay footage we've received of Zelda U so far...

It sure has been a crazy two days. First, we heard Zelda U's release date might be later than 2015. Shortly after, Eiji Aonuma informed us that Zelda U will not be making an appearance at E3 2015.

Then, the wave of mixed emotions came crashing down on fans. YouTubers uploaded videos sharing their thoughts...

This week's episode of the ZI Podcast welcomes UFC Featherweight champion Cole Miller to talk about his love for Zelda and all things Nintendo. We geek out about a recent rendition of the Hylian shield, present some of our own fan theories about Ocarina of Time, and debate whether or not Epona is really a companion. Your cast for this week is...

Hello fellow music lovers and welcome back to another entry of our (forever belated) Weekly Feature: The Weekly Music Spotlight! Every week, we showcase a YouTube artist or two who takes tunes from The Legend of Zelda and makes them their own, whether it be through arrangements, covers, or any other kind of altered take on the source material. Last week, we took a look a couple of musicians who excel on the keyboard, so this week we'll turn to a different branch of instrumentalists whose focus is found in...