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Last week, we reported that some copies of Hyrule Warriors were experiencing frame rate drops and occasional freezing in co-op and on the title screen. Well, the people at Koei Tecmo have taken quick notice and are saying that the patch is almost complete. According to the official Hyrule Warriors Twitter, the development of the fix is at the completion stage and is being checked before distribution. The interesting part is that they have added a little something extra...

The evolution of Link’s character design is always something that is worth bringing up for discussion purpose because of the quick transition from simple to complex design in a matter of years. The largest transition that was seen was obviously the design of A Link to the Past to The Ocarina of Time due to the switch from 2D to 3D visuals. Many people love the iconic design of Link from Ocarina of Time and for good reason; his visual design is very aesthetically pleasing but shows what a hero looks like too....

Things are about to get real here on Fan Fiction Friday. Since we started this series, we have had fans submit some epic adventures and even one that just wanted to make us laugh. Last week, we featured a full story titled "The Doppelganger Trilogy". This week we are looking at another story written and submitted by one of our fans. This story is set in Ordon Village, before the events of Twilight Princess. A young Ilia awaits the arrival of her younger sibling with her father, Bo. "Tattered Teddy" by OrdonianHero is not for the faint of heart...

It goes without saying that conferences often drive up sales and pre-orders in the gaming industry. If this marketing tactic weren't true, companies would see no reason in even spending the money to participate in them. It would make sense that Amazon would see an increase in pre-orders after the Gamescom conference held in Germany last week, but the statistics are not what anyone expected. With games like Destiny and the always popular Call of Duty games on the horizon, nobody expected Nintendo, who didn't even hold a press conference...

Tonight we got a rather massive update as both the new pic of the day and the official website have been updated for Super Smash Bros. for 3DS. Through this we get to listen to 3 tracks from the game, but we also get the entire composer list and what games they hail from which gives us a great idea of what to expect for the rest of the soundtrack. Even neater is that there is a music player included with the game that let's us listen to the music, voices of the characters, etc. In fact, it's a fully customizable music player...

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U is just a few months away, but the 3DS version is coming out first. Since this announcement, many people wondered why the 3DS version is coming first, and not along with the Wii U version. But thank goodness Sakurai explained the reason behind this decision...

Good evening, and welcome back to everyone's favorite Thursday event: ZI Votes! For those who are new to this feature, worry not; participating is as simple as clicking two buttons (well, maybe three if you're seeing this on our social media pages). Every week I pose a question to you regarding some aspect of Zelda, whether it be a new game, an old game, or something about the series in general, and I put it into a poll format right here at Zelda Informer. While it's fun getting responses to all articles in the comments, this (like...

Some of Nintendo's most anticipated titles will make an appearance at PAX Prime 2014. A playable demo of Super Smash Bros for Wii U and 3DS, amongst other exciting hands-on events Nintendo has planned, will wow the lucky folks who got their hands on tickets. PAX Prime will take place on August 29th through September 1st at Seattle's Washington State Convention Center. There's even a couple of special events occurring outside the realm of the normal festivities, featuring two of Nintendo's most highly anticipated titles...

Smash Run is slowly building up to be one of the most anticipated features for Super Smash Bros. for 3DS, and I can't wait to play it for myself. Sakurai decided to unveil some new information about what is contained within the chests from Kid Icarus: Uprising that you can find throughout each level. What's really neat is that, in the same fashion as Kid Icarus: Uprising, the chests can sometimes turn out to be Mimicuties!

Yesterday, we reported on a set of leaked images from Super Smash Bros 3DS. As it turns out, this one has become more convincing than previous leaks as there is a lot of debate backing both sides of the argument. In fact, the leak is so convincing that Gamnesia teamed up with GameXplain to discuss their interpretations of the images.

While there is no doubt that the character...