I want to start this by saying to not get your hopes too high, the chances of Zelda U releasing this Spring is roughly .000001% chance of occurring. By Fi standards, you're screwed. According to MyNintendNews, who provided visual evidence, GameStop Italy is advertising Zelda U as a Spring 2015 release. While retailers often are privy to some release information long before the public is, GameStop in North America is still listing it as a December 31st release (aka, this year... at some point to be determined)...

Majora's Mask 3D owners in the North American region are now able to download an update that fixes major game-breaking glitches. This update was previously available only in Europe and Japan, but now Nintendo of America has sent out the update for those in the US.

I have heard many who claim they refuse to update, for fear of having the "Fierce Deity Anywhere" glitch fixed, as well the "Ocarina Extra Mask" glitch...

GAME, a website that sells video game related merchandise in the UK, has the Zelda-themed cover plate that will go on your New Nintendo 3DS. It was up for pre-order yesterday on Nintendo of UK's website, and sold out, along with a Majora's Mask cover plate. Full sized images can be viewed in the gallery below.

The Zelda-themed cover plate, which is covered in Triforces, is currently the only one available of the two right now. Hopefully the Majora's Mask style cover plate will become back in stock soon...

This week's episode of the ZI Podcast is a long one, but probably the best episode of the podcast yet! (It's all downhill from here...) This week we're joined by none other than Mr. Smooth McGroove himself as we talk about Zelda Villains, Modern Gaming versus Retro Games, as well as hear plenty of stories from Smooth's life. This week on the podcast, your host is...

The time has come for yet another test of wit, creativity, and the use of expensive software for trivial purposes: a Photoshop Contest is upon us!

We're asking readers to submit the funniest, most creative, or most awe-inspiring pictures they can produce within the guidelines we suggest. This week, we’re capitalizing on the story that rocked out website and brought the gaming industry to its knees: the news that Netflix and Nintendo are making a Zelda television series!

But first, let’s take a look at the winners from last week's contest: Majora’s Mask 3D Hype Train.

When you look at this image of Link, what colors make up his clothing? Think you know the answer? Well, what if I told you that the internet just can't decide on the colors of this mysterious garment? These are the Hero's New Clothes, and no one can agree on their actual color. Some say the outfit is simply blue and white, but others swear they see a different set of colors. Through countless hours of heated arguments and fruitless analyses, we still can't figure it out. No matter how sick we are of these types of arguments, we still want a good reason why each person perceives the Hero's New Clothes differently...

Pimp My Retro are known for their custom consoles, but they've gone above and beyond in their latest work on a Zelda-themed Nintendo GameCube. The design is inspired by traditional Zelda temples combined with The Wind Waker, as can be seen on the very top of the console. The controller also was customized with a paint job and the classic Hylian Shield, though the shield does appear to be missing some detailing. Regardless, it's an extremely impressive modification. You can check out...

To say Zelda and Pokémon belong together might be a crazy notion, but when it comes to art they mix together quite well. In this case, artist David Pilatowsky has crafted masterful crossover artwork, all in a watercolor art style. We've featured some of this work over our social media outlets in the past, but he recently informed us of a second batch of art he just released. Given the sheer quality of this art, I felt inclined to share it in a more uniformed manner – why should only select people on social media get to enjoy...

Nintendo could be preparing a second wave of Majora's Mask New Nintendo 3DS XL game consoles according to information uncovered by Zelda Dungeon. Zelda Dungeon based this claim on the premise that one of their staff members heard Nintendo Support alert them to the presence of a second wave of the game console when they complained about faulty buttons in the model they ordered...

Yesterday we reported that the Majora's Mask 3D update was live in Japan and Europe – I regretfully admit we were only partially correct at the time. Japan received the update yesterday, whereas Europe has received it as of today. If you're wondering what is included in the update, we already have that information available for you right here. We already presumed the update would be small in file size, but we can now confirm it only takes up 40 blocks – something that may be important to note if your SD or Mini SD card happen to be close to full. Of course this update is optional...