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The Elder Scrolls series is nothing short of one of the most well-known and
respected open world action role playing-games that money can buy, and if
you're like me, you've probably put a few hundred hours into more than a few of
Bethesda's Elder Scrolls installments. While the main storyline quests of many
of their titles is rather short by most standards, the amount of side content
and guild quests within the game can keep just about any gamer satisfied for
hours entering the triple digits. So what do you do when you finally
"finish" the game, it's downloadable content, and have all the side
quests wrapped up? In most cases, gamers would call it quits and move on, but
if you're playing on a PC then perhaps that isn't quite the case.
Bethesda is well known to be more than accommodating to the modding community that has found itself well established among its series, and Skyrim has one of the largest to boot. Like any passionate fans, we can't let our favorite hero live only within the constraints of his own game series; Zelda's characters, items, locations and even some of its villains and baddies have quickly found themselves being pulled into the world of Tamriel thanks to the work of many very dedicated modders and the main man himself, who goes by the name of "JKalenad".
To learn more about what this incredible mod has to offer, and a more in depth look, click the jump!
Li Kovacs, a life-long Nintendo gamer and cosplayer, was recently interviewed on Nintendo Minute. Her amazing costume of Hilda from A Link Between Worlds (pictured to the left) was featured exclusively on the show.
Li has been a huge Nintendo fan for years, and has made hundreds of incredible costumes in her long career, ranging from the various iterations of Link to Pit and Marth and, of course, Hilda and Zelda, among many others.
Her costumes are amazingly detailed, usually including weapons and accessories that are beyond breathtaking. She's dedicated a big part of her life to this purpose; hell, her costume of Link from Twilight Princess took more than six months to make!
Follow after the jump for the full video and a gallery!
From replica masks to replica swords, the Zelda fan base is always inspiring new designs. Today we take a look at Forza Motorsport Forums user BusierDonkey's Majora's Mask inspired Cobra from Forza Motorsport 5!
Click after the jump to see his awesome custom paint job!
You know that A Link Between Worlds poster set that was available on Club Nintendo (which sold out extremely quickly) a while ago? Well it's back and for 500 Coins you can grab yourself the poster set for yourself! This offer will obviously not last for very long! So if you have the coin, you should head off onto Club Nintendo right now to see the offer for yourself! What are you still reading this for? GO!
Everyone remembers that historic moment in their childhood when they first wielded the Master Sword. For Eugene Thompson, instead of defeating Ganon with the sacred sword, he had to deal with a far worse enemy; an angry ex husband.
Last Saturday night, Eugene Thompson and his girlfriend engaged in an argument in their Houston home. Kay, Eugene’s girlfriend, called her ex-husband to come to the home when the altercation began. The estranged husband was let into the house by Kay and proceeded to the back bedroom where Thompson had fled. Thompson went to his closet where he grabbed a Legend of Zelda replica Master Sword and proceeded to defend himself from the ex-husband, who had a flower pot in his hand. The two fought, which led to the ex-husband being stabbed once in the chest and once in the leg.
To see how the epic battle concludes, read after the jump!
For any gamer on the internet, it's been hard to miss the attention that Twitch has been getting. While most of the attention has been given to the Pokémon stream (Praise Bird-Jesus), Twitch has also managed to play the original Legend of Zelda.
Gathering people from across the globe to play Zelda, the site and fans were able to beat the first AND second quest. Link was given infinite bombs and hearts to make the feat doable, but nonetheless should be praised for such a gathering of fans. We hope to see more Zelda on Twitch in the future and eagerly await the next installment.
Welcome to our second episode of our new weekly video show, Zelda Versus. We are still catching everyone up on our previous episodes, with one more episode still to post before we get a brand new one up for this weekend. This time it covers the controversial topic of Zelda Movies. What are you waiting for? Head inside and watch Christina do her thing!
Themed versions of classic board-games are nothing new, and USAopoly specializes in making them. While a Mario and Luigi themed Connect Four game is coming out this spring, The Legend of Zelda Monopoly will be arriving in the fall. We have no additional details about the game other than the fact it exists, and the image used to the left is just a fan created version of the game. Monopoly is still one of my favorite board-games to this day, right up there really with playing with Legos from my childhood. Too bad we will likely never see a proper Lego themed Zelda set, but at least we will soon have official Zelda versions of classic board-games. Note: Zelda, way back when, did originally have its own board-game, but it didn't exactly take off.
Kotake and Koume, the folks who raised Ganondorf, make an appearance in the Gerudo Valley stage of Super Smash Bros. for 3DS. We all know in Ocarina of Time 3D they turn into the evil Twinrova, and while this likely won't be the case here, they are certainly up to no good, as that is exactly what Sakurai said.
"Pic of the day. The twin grannies, Kotake and Koume, appear in Gerudo Valley! They're definitely up to no good." - Sakurai
Chances are, they are the reason the bridge starts on fire as seen in a previous screenshot. Head inside to see what I'm talking about.
A few months back, Nintendo held a contest to end off the Year of Luigi in which artists would create artwork of Luigi using the eShop application, Art Academy: SketchPad. Lead Zelda director, Eiji Aonuma, was so impressed by this contest's submissions and turnout, he announced on Miiverse that he would hold another Art Academy contest for A Link Between Worlds! The contest ran from January 24th to February 16th, and the Internet flooded with amazing submissions. Check out the gallery after the jump!