Building off our recent Eggbuster post, I wanted to have an open discussion on glitches in the series and what ones you happen to really enjoy. Are you a sequence breaking fan? Surely Ocarina of Time must be a dream for you then. Do you like silly glitches like using fishing poles as weapons, breaking a game and traveling the opening cinematic area? Heck, do annoying glitches tend to get it done for you... like a game not saving in the Canon room or not saving in the Stone Tower Temple (both glitches that do delete your save file). Today's debate is literally all about glitches...

Eggbusters is back (okay, they never really left) with another video tackling glitches in a Zelda game. For those who aren't aware, Eggbusters is a show that tackles supposed glitches in various games as claimed by the internet and then confirms or deconfirms if they work. Then, if it does work, they try and see everything you can possibly do with the glitch itself. One of their most popular episodes ever actually involved some very neat glitches from Twilight Princess. The person who does the videos does tend to fangasm over Skyward Sword's beauty (and hey, we totally understand!)...

Nintendo has filed a trademark for the term Hyrule in Japan, Europe, and the United States. The first thing that comes to mind is that Nintendo is just trying to protect Hyrule Warriors, but the trademark would not actually protect the Japanese version of the game and the trademarks are not currently active, suggesting it could be for future ideas. There appears to be a hiccup with it in the United States, but they are working through it currently.

The real question here is why they are trademarking...

A YouTuber by the name of ProJared got hands on with the new Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and has uploaded some of his experience with the game's new features. These short videos, due to time constraints with Nintendo, give us a little more insight into some of the things that weren't detailed in the "50-Fact Extravaganza". Among all of the really high quality footage, he also confirms that a single Wii U console can use two Gamecube Controller Adapters simultaneously. While this was something to be expected, considering each adapter needs two USB ports and the console has four, it is nice to hear that the game does support the possibility. You can watch...

I'm getting really bad at this "keeping up with the weekday" thing, and I sincerely apologize. It's been two weeks since we presented "Majora's Mask's Origins" and it received some favorable responses. This week, I'm hoping to lighten the mood of fans that are missing this weekly feature by offering a comedy. I will respect the writer's actions taken to remain anonymous here at ZI, but on FanFiction.net they go by the name Xandra Fox. Xandra has created a comedic story following the quirky and fun-loving Rupin the Gear Peddler from Skyward Sword. If you have played the game, you will undoubtedly have seen his shop in Skyloft, where he is waiting to bombard potential customers as they walk by. He happily greets you with an "Ooooohhhhh" (I hope you read that in his high, throaty voice) and offers you some really great items that he just happened...

It's been a couple of days since the "Super Smash Bros. Wii U 50-Fact Extravaganza" and there are still things we haven't told you about. The newest entry in the series has tons of new modes, but there's one that stands out as the best way to rake in all of the goodies...if you're good enough. Special Orders Mode brings back a concept similar to Melee's Challenge Mode, but really kicks it up a notch. Putting forth the effort in Special Orders makes getting those stat boosting items and trophies much less time consuming. This mode is broken down into two sub-modes: Master Orders and Crazy Orders...

This week we had more to talk about than we knew what to do with, in large part thanks to Nintendo and that sneaky good Smash Direct. Our slightly mediocre host Adam is joined by Rory (Staff member and hater of all things), Chris (The man with the squirrel story), and new to the podcast, but longtime staff member Parker (Currently on a break from taking pictures of Spiderman). We talk about the recent Smash Direct, T-Shirt Ideas, Grumpy gamers, Fan Submitted Topics, and much much more...

72 Hours Remaining is a musical project composed of two seasoned guitar players that arrange music from the Zelda series for two classical guitars...

At the Super Smash Bros. for Wii U press event, held in a hotel in San Francisco at the same time as Nintendo's worldwide livestream event, IGN went hands-on with the newest addition to the popular game serie. Today, they released a video detailing how Nintendo's amiibo work exactly and certain notable features about them. Down below is a summary of the video, which can be watched above the article. 

Amiibo will learn and adapt strategies based on...

Nintendo has been releasing strings of videos throughout the day, making sure anything that was not covered in yesterday's Super Smash Bros. livestream event becomes clear. Alongside these other videos, Nintendo uploaded a new Amiibo trailer presenting us not only with new information about eight player smash and how Amiibo works, but also some notable adjustments have been made to Link's Amiibo figure. If we compare the old version of Link's Amiibo to...