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Jamie Costa, best known for his Han Solo impressions on Vine, is gearing up to play Link in a fan-made non-profit Zelda film called “Temple of Ages.” The short film’s story follows Link as Rauru trains him to become the protector of the Temple of Ages, a monument in which the previous hero sealed away the beasts that terrorized Hyrule. In the recently released trailer, a woman’s voice warns Link of a growing darkness as he approaches a distant temple. The…

Fans of both Zelda franchise and mecha culture should be able to appreciate the work of modder Khris Ramirez. Khris has created a suit of mecha armor for Nendoroid Link. Khris used an SD Neo Zeong model kit, and modified it to sit Link in what should be the cockpit. The final product is painted in a very Hylian green, with brown accents. The model even has a sword and shield directly modeled after the Master Sword and Hylian Shield. I’m not a fan of…

If you have a flair for DIY projects, check out this one. People have been “up-cycling” their old Nintendo 3DS cases to make a nifty carrying case for their Nintendo Switch. Yes I realize there is the question of, “why would you make something you can buy?” But if you have the time and creative energy, making something new out of something old is fun. DarkMushu headed up the project, using the faux leather 3DS Adventurer’s Pouch. They modify it to…

Ever since Nintendo announced DLC for the Zelda series, people hotly debate the news. Some people enjoyed the thought of Breath of the Wild’s world expanding, while others swore off getting the DLC. The first DLC pack is going to be released this summer, and Nintendo has recently detailed what was included in the pack. A hard mode, trial of the sword, and various armor sets. I’m excited for the DLC, but personally am looking forward to the second pack a bit…

I’ve been reading Console Wars lately, a great book about the rivalry between Nintendo and Sega in the early 90’s, and just gotten around to a particularly interesting chapter: The chapter about the Super Mario Bros. Movie. If you’ve ever seen the movie, then you know that it’s not very good. In fact, it stinks. Personally, I think that it’s one of those so-bad-its-good kinda movies, but if you’d never played a Mario game prior to seeing it in 1993,…

One of the most infuriating things in my opinion when it comes to Breath of the Wild is the durability system. Aside from the Master Sword, any other amazing weapon or shield you obtain has a short life span on it. I can easily say that I don’t use 75% of my powerful weapons because I don’t want to lose them. Thanks to some amazing Zelda fans though, there’s currently a way to help make more of that beloved weapon of…

Sadly not every mystery in Breath of the Wild leads to something extraordinary. These discoveries are always a 50/50 chance of being something truly unexpected. This video goes to prove that point exactly when it comes to buying a whole bunch of the Yiga Clan’s favorite fruit, the Mighty Bananas. Thanks to YouTube user Nintendo3DSChannel we now see that buying all 99 of the Mighty Bananas from a Yiga Assassin in disguise results in nothing much. Purchasing these 9,810 rupees…

Warning: Spoliers in the video above. Breath of the Wild is a huge game that is just full of secrets.  Video game Easter eggs are awesome to find, and a game as big as Breath of the Wild is bound to be filled with Easter eggs. If you haven’t found any hidden treasures in the game so far, don’t worry, you are not alone. Thankfully, GameSpot has another quick video on how to find some amazing Easter eggs that you can check out…

Boss Keys is a series created by Mark Brown that has been running for quite some time now taking a look at The Legend Of Zelda’s dungeons. Boss Keys specifically takes a look at how these dungeons work, what they do well and what they fail at. The latest episode of this series takes a look at Skyward Sword. Mark Brown praises Skyward Sword quite a bit for its dungeon design, despite the game’s overall linearity. Skyward Sword’s dungeon design, unlike the…

As long as we’ve been gamers, there have been times where we were gripping a controller with frustration and rage. All of us have stories where we banged our heads against a wall, whether it was a puzzle, boss fight, or just some enemy that always got the best of us. For me, I’d always have to step away for a breather before I’d break a controller. After that, I’d be able to figure out the solution or pattern when…