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The Chamber of Sages recently uploaded their theory on what happened to Breath of the Wild’s Leviathans, gargantuan creatures that died long before the game’s set time. As the scientists in Breath of the Wild theorize that the leviathans died due to a volcanic eruption, a great ice age, and a drought, Link finds the skeletal remains of each of the three beasts and takes pictures of them for the scientists. The video features GameOver Jesse, who speculates a bit on what type…

“Euwgh,” Revali groaned. How could these Goron live in this sweltering heat? It was as if it was a hellish wasteland devoid of life and… intelligence. It wasn’t that Revali thought himself better than the Goron. Okay, that’s not true at all. Revali actually saw them as lesser beings. Not in the sense that they mattered less, but rather that they were quite unintelligent. To the winged archer, the Goron were as dumb as the rocks they ate. Zelda could…

While I do like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, I do agree that the dungeons and bosses in the game are a bit lackluster. They may have been cool in theory and I do certainly like the rewards you get for beating them, but the bosses and the way through the dungeons made them feel very short and small. Recently, I decided to rewatch some old speed runs, only to come across one of the NES’s classic…

Most Zelda fans are content having a few games from the series beside their game consoles, some decide to collect all the games to say they have them, and even fewer will collect extra memorabilia to show their dedication to the franchise. However, no one can even hold a candle to Anne Martha Harnes, who currently holds the world record for the most Zelda memorabilia collected with 1,816 individual items, ranging from figurines to posters to stuffed dolls to the games…

Yesterday’s Nintendo Switch Firmware update added a few new features, such as Video Capture, USB Headset Support, a Joy-Con Controller firmware update, and the ability to transfer data. However, that’s not all Nintendo has added. In Japan, Nintendo has added the option for eShop pre-loads, which was first implemented with the Wii U and 3DS. This option allows users to purchase a game ahead of time and download most of the necessary data, only to download the rest in a…

About a month ago, ScottFalco, creator of the well-received [Insert Name Here] With a Side of Salt series, uploaded the third video revolving around the Zelda series, for which we covered here. However, he has recently finished the series with his final video going over the latest Zelda game in the series to date thus far: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. He goes over practically every aspect of the game, from the story to the world to…

Hey everyone! Artists Of Legend, Zelda Informer’s new Original Content series, began last Thursday, and this week we’re back with the results and a new challenge. Considering how new this series is, I was pleasantly surprised to receive four terrific submissions. As I expected and previously seen, the Legend of Zelda community has some very talented artists in its midst. Last Weeks Challenge Last week, I prompted you to submit art of your own creation of Link drawing the Master…

Hyrule Castle serves as the definitive end goal of Link’s adventure in Breath of the Wild. With the structure always lingering in sight as our hero overcomes challenges within the kingdom, we know that scaling its walls and confronting Calamity Ganon will be our final test before saving Zelda. Hyrule Castle is a thrilling, climactic moment; it’s an awesome set piece with great music and a true sense of urgency. And for players that went through the trouble of awakening…

Musician Marioverehrer has uploaded an upbeat piano version of “Dragon Roost Island” from The Wind Waker. Created in Synthesia, this arrangement captures the higher notes of the original’s flutes and also accounts for sound variations using two different-sounding pianos. The song itself is meant to be played as a duet, according to the video heading. Overall, Marioverehrer uses the Synthesia program to add a twist to a beloved song and to also perhaps teach others how to play “Dragon Roost Island”…

Nintendo has recently released a software update not for the Switch itself but rather for the Joy-Con controllers. To update your Joy-Cons, visit System Settings and then head to the “Controllers and Sensors” tab. Then, click on “Update Controllers” and the Joy-Cons will be updated in just a few seconds! While it is currently unknown what the update adds, there is no doubt that Nintendo will reveal that information in the future. Source: Nintendo Everthing