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As I am sure most every Zelda fan can agree, Zelda has some great music. Ranging from the peaceful lullabies to the hardcore boss battles, there is beautiful music to be found everywhere. So far, what we have seen of Breath of the Wild has not been disappointing when it comes to the music.It is not an uncommon practice for people to make piano tutorials out of Zelda music, and Breath of the Wild is no exception. YouTube channel Marioverehrer has uploaded the epic Steppe Talus theme from the Breath of the Wild footage as a piano tutorial of its own using the program Synthesia, a popular choice for song tutorials. 

ZeldaMaster uploaded his next segment of “Zelda Lore” onto YouTube. The topic of this installment is focused on the mysterious tribe of the Sheikah. ZeldaMaster notes that this tribe in particular seems to be the focus of the upcoming Zelda title,Breath of the Wild. ZeldaMaster begins with the basics of the Sheikah tribe—their first appearance chronologically to the Zelda timeline, which is Impa from Skyward Sword...

YouTuber and Zelda fan Nathan Sharpe, also known as NateWantsToBattle, just released a video for his song called Hero of Our Time based on The Legend of Zelda. If you are unfamiliar with his work, he has released other Zelda songs like Ganon's Gone (a parody of Gone Gone Gone), Dawn of The First Day among other great songs. Hero of Our Time can be found on his album Songs of Time which is a tribute to Ocarina of Time which is now available on iTunes...

Zelda has been around for thirty years and to this day, I still find out things about the game I had no idea about. If you love trivia, or you are looking for some more obscure Zelda facts that you might have missed over the years, check out this video. From the YouTube channel It's Super Effective!, the host, Mike, tells us 27 facts fans might not know about different Zelda games...

Home console, hybrid device, portable machine, tablet with detachable controllers—these have all been used to describe Nintendo NX. While we probably won't know anything concrete regarding the console until this fall (besides the few confirmed games), the rumor mill has been churning out some credible reports. Eurogamer claims NX will be a portable hybrid console, and while the Wall Street Journal backs up this report, they also claim NX will play Nintendo mobile games...

When it usually comes to buying fan-made merchandise from the Zelda series, you can usually get it in two different places, the internet or at a convention. These items show how amazingly skilled fans of the series are when not constantly playing games from the franchise. A most recent fan-made item from Etsy helps pay a nod to the Gate of Time from Skyward Sword...

Nintendo of Japan recently shared an updated list of Wii U and 3DS titles that have sold at least a million units. New to this list is The Wind Waker HD, and it joins fellow Zelda title, Ocarina of Time 3D. The former has sold 1.82 million units and the latter has sold 4.30 million units. Some other titles on this list are Splatoon, Pokemon X/Y, Animal Crossing: New Leaf and Tomodachi Life...

The plot thickens as more Nintendo NX reports appear. We've heard from Eurogamer that the device is a portable console, and MCV claims it will be cheaper than expected. Since these do not come from Nintendo themselves, we should be taking them with a grain of salt. The same goes for this next report from the Wall Street Journal. The publication backs up Eurogamer's report, and also claims NX will play Nintendo's mobile games such as Miitomo...

Yesterday's report regarding what NX is and how powerful it will be certainly sparked some conversation among the community, as well as the Zelda Informer staff Discord chat. One topic I've seen on Twitter is speculation of NX's price. Emily Rogers was quoted as saying, "...I don't know what the price of this thing will be. It sounds expensive, but I hope it's not." In a new report from UK trade publication MCV, they claim they have heard tale of NX's price being cheaper than expected...

30 fans got the chance to play Breath of the Wild's demo at Hyper Japan Festival 2016. I'm sure we're all jealous of them, except for those who got to play the demo at E3 or Nintendo NY. Regardless, Nintendo UK has uploaded a video containing fans' reactions to said demo.

Reactions like "absolutely amazing," "incredible," "thrilling," etc. reassure me that Breath of the Wild will be one...