The Master Quest DLC pack comes out for Hyrule Warriors in just a 16 days, so it's no surprise we're getting a closer look at it. We've compiled a grouping of screenshots that show off a bit of the new content that will be available, including a costume, Epona, and even a look at the new Adventure Mode map. Lots of goodies here for those who want a taste of what is to come...

With Hyrule Warriors now available in all major territories, it would seem like we'd have no more of those great character trailers to show off.  However, in accordance with the news from a couple weeks ago, we now have the first of the trailers for the next batch of free DLC characters to hit the hybrid Zelda title, this time featuring a character created for this game, outside of the regular Zelda cast: Cia, The Black Sorceress.

Ever wanted to play Smash as Tingle, Phoenix Wright, or even Goku? 

A really interesting fan project named Project Crusade has come up for a Smash remake that lets you play as 60 different characters, Nintendo or otherwise. It's actually excellent, with a brilliant soundtrack, a great set of stages, and really fast-paced and entertaining gameplay that you don't usually see with this kind of game.

This game has been in the works for over 3 years...

Both Zelda titles released for the 3DS are on a huge discount at Best Buy, at the price of $30, marked down from the regular $40. 

This is part of a small sale that Best Buy is running, with $10-$15 off of different video games, including Wind Waker HD and some non-Nintendo titles like Injustice. The full list can be found here.

There's no telling how long this sale will last...

Wow, I can't believe it's been almost a year since The Wind Waker HD came out.

As you can see here, the game is now selling for only $40 on Amazon, a great mark down from the original $50, so if you haven't already, now is the perfect time to buy the game.

The bundle that comes with the Zelda-themed Wii U and a digital copy of Hyrule Historia (which I proudly bought for myself last year) is actually selling for over $450 on Amazon, as there are only a few left in stock...

A really interesting fan project has come up in the last few months, of a recreation of Ocarina of Time in 2D, in the style of A Link to the Past.

The project aims to replicate the whole game, with every cutscene, character, and dungeon of the original game, and everything they've got so far is stunning. The 16-bit style of music and graphics go incredibly well with the ambience of the original game, and all the videos that have been released...

Eiji Aonuma shared a new screenshot on Miiverse today showing off a new look at Epona in Hyrule Warriors, a new weapon for Link that is part of the Master Quest DLC pack coming out on October 16th. In fact, Aonuma revealed a bit of his own feelings that, unintentionally, got me excited for the future of the series. I know he doesn't intend for his remarks to be taken out of context, but I just can't help it...

Zelda Informer podcast is back this week with your usual host Adam, "just some guy" Jake, new to the podcast but not to the site, Staff Member Rory, and newcomer Karina! Come listen in on our discussion about game design and what it means to make something that's a really good game. Be sure to leave suggestions in the comments below, or send us an email at ZeldaInformerPodcast@gmail.com! Still accepting theme song submissions! (We apologize for the poor quality of one participant's microphone, the audio was corrupt)...

It appears roughly 600 people waited all night long until 8AM yesterday to get a chance to purchase the Hyrule Warriors Limited Edition Bundle... and many had to leave empty handed. While Nintendo hasn't released any exact figures (nor does it seem they plan too), people who waited in line and ended up not getting a copy estimated that anywhere between 300 and 500 people were able to get their hands on it. So at least half who showed up did get their hands on what has now become quickly the rarest of all special edition Zelda bundles in North America...

I didn't see this one coming, but maybe I should have. The very first paid DLC pack for Hyrule Warriors, which arrives on October 16th, will include Epona as a new weapon for Link. There will be other things included in the DLC, but Eiji Aonuma decided to tease us on Miiverse about Epona specifically. It appears she has a rear kick move and obviously you'll move faster on the battlefield with her than without. It appears Link still wields a sword while riding her, so it may almost be a dual weapon situation...