With a load of news surrounding Super Smash Bros., Majora's Mask 3D, and Pokémon ORAS it seems most of us have forgotten the majesty that was A Link Between Worlds

One of the elements I loved most about the game was the introduction of paintings, and the fact that rescuing the sages meant retrieving these paintings. As an artist myself, I decided to honour the beautiful visuals of the aforementioned game by recreating the painting our beloved Princess Zelda gets trapped in, and the video is...

Majora's Mask 3D comes out next year (no really!), but does that mean all of us are going to enjoy the various changes made? From texture updates to potential tutorial additions, we could be seeing some major alterations to an already stellar and beloved experience. Heck, they even added fishing... because that's always the best use of a hero's time with just 3 days to save the world, right? Are these changes something you are looking forward to, or are you rather unimpressed thus far? Keep in mind we're only looking at currently known changes...

Man at Arms has previously created the Master Sword but have now decided to give into fan demand to create the Fierce Deity Sword, just in time for Majora's Mask 3D's release next year. It's a special crafted sword that required more work than most of their traditional sword designs. They even used two different metals for each part of the two sided curved blade, and it actually was one of the toughest blades to mold the edges on and create a smooth texture throughout just due to the various angles.  It's a really neat process and one that I am always interested in learning more about...

American fans received Super Smash Bros. for Wii U last Friday, while European fans will have to wait until next friday to pick up the game alongside any of the awesome amiibo they're interested in! As the game did already release stateside, it shouldn't come as much of a surprise that certain artistic and creative fans have already been tempering with the beloved figures. 

DeviantArt frequenter ChibiSilverWings is one...

Our weekly Saturday podcast has arrived, this time with a very awesome cast and some special guests, including someone behind the Ocarina of Time Animation Parody project! They talk about Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, YouTube policies out of Nintendo, Hyrule Warriors DLC, and so much more. Here's the official rundown:

Ricky Jones and Allan of SmashBits join the ZI Podcast's usual host, Adam, along with squirrel story extraordinaire Chris, to talk about excitement for Smash Wii U, their awesome kickstarter project, and much more...

This is something that was clearly due to hardware limitations at the time (just like the slower sailing in The Wind Waker was because the GameCube couldn't load the various areas fast enough to support quicker travel), but one thing many Majora's Mask players will remember was the short load times between the different parts of Clocktown. This was generally marked by the entryways being dark and then showing a little animation of Link running through it before the screen went dark and the next area loaded. Based on some very good observations from someone at NeoGAF, it appears this may not be present in the remastered (remake, whatever you prefer to call it) version...

The Twilight Princess Pack for Hyrule Warriors is coming soon and Famitsu revealed some new screenshots.The DLC will feature Link wearing the Postman costume, Midna in her Twili form, Princess Zelda with the dominion rod, a new adventure map, and much more. This DLC will be released in all regions on November 27th...

Hey everyone! It's that time again when we begin to look for more fresh blood to add to our growing staff ranks. Rather than simply tell you what we're looking for this time around, I'm going to go the extra mile and explain each position as thoroughly as possible. In addition I'll explain some of the benefits of working at Zelda Informer that our current staff get to enjoy and that future staff are sure to enjoy as well! We're looking for folks for several different positions, so chances are if you've ever wanted to dive in and work at one of the largest The Legend of Zelda fan sites on the internet... we probably have a position that's just right for you!

As we know, a Twilight Princess-themed DLC pack is coming to Hyrule Warriors on November 27th, featuring Twilight Midna as a playable character. Well, as Nintendo just announced via a Facebook post, the DLC pack is going to include a new weapon for Zelda, a Twilight Princess-themed Adventure Mode map, and two extra costumes, one of which is a Postman costume for Link.

Nothing has been said about exactly what the other costume might be; back when the first information came from this pack...

When playing a game, it's always been important to me to try to figure everything out by myself; by steering clear of spoilers and hints on the internet, every accomplishment feels more like my own, and I don't even run a risk of seeing story points that I don't want to have spoiled for me.

This rings especially true for Zelda games, where the puzzles and exploration are such huge aspects in how you play the game. Back when the original Legend of Zelda came out, one of the biggest and greatest things about the game was the sheer amount of exploration that had to be done on the part of the player...