The Game Grumps recently uploaded an animated short from part of their play through of Ocarina of Time. This short was made by Paul ter Voorde, and features Saria. If one is not familiar with the Game Grumps and any of their animated pieces, Arin and Danny usually turn the average cutscene, in this case, Link talking to Saria before he leaves the forest, into a ribald, sometimes darkly themed comedy sketch during their play through. An animated work focuses on that comedy sketch through a new medium...

Through the years, Zelda has been mostly kid friendly. After all, it is a Nintendo game. But that doesn't mean there hasn't been anything creepy to find in these innocent games. In my opinion, the whole concept of Majora's Mask is creepy. Anyway, YouTuber ZeldaWars has taken it upon themselves to compile a list of the Top 10 Weirdest/Creepiest characters in the Zelda series... 

Here is a special occasion for our friends in the UK. The Official Nintendo UK Store is having a special sale on select video game merchandise. You can find all kinds of Nintendo goodies, some discounted as much as 80%! This sale includes a bunch of Zelda themed merchandise. It's mostly t-shirts and tank tops available at around £10.40, but there are a few other gems hidden in there...

The Zelda games certainly have a lot of items. There is everything from sticks to bottles, to captured fairies and fire rods. We've often talked about some of our favorite items in the series, but this is a different sort of debate. Instead of focusing on individual items, let's look at collections of items on the whole, Specifically, which game contains your favorite collection of items on the whole? For me, I'm a sucker for Majora's Mask, because each mask felt useful and had a story behind it. I loved the abilities the masks allowed me to have, even beyond the four transformation masks...

Every week, Zelda Informer reports on the weekly Nintendo 3DS and Wii U eShop charts. Why every week, you ask? It's because every week there is at least one Zelda game that sells very well among the hundreds of games available to download. We understand these posts can become a tad monotonous, but to ignore these charts would go against the ZI mentality of reporting all news pertaining to The Legend of Zelda, no matter how big or small. Plus, some enjoy seeing what particular Zelda titles sold well in the past week...

Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. What say you to another entry in Zelda Informer's weekly Photoshop Contest? Before we begin, I must admit that this week's theme is going to be a little weird. Somewhat inspired by the release of the Yooka-Laylee Toybox earlier this week, I wanted to frame a contest around an unlikely pair of Zelda characters. After mulling it over, I have decided to focus on a Lizalfos and a Deku Scrub. What adventures would these vastly different beasts have if asked to work together? Show us your ideas, as well as check out the winners of last week's contest: Rise of the Machines...

Last year at Gamescom, fans were able to play a demo of the yet to be released Tri Force Heroes on Nintendo 3DS. All attendees had access to said demo, and many joined up with friends and strangers to experience the new Zelda title. This time around, Zelda is coming back to Gamescom with Breath of the Wild. However, only 50 fans will be selected for the experience, and there are certain requirements...

A new officially licensed Zelda dress is currently up for pre-order at Merchoid, called "Dress of the Wild". It features printed on buckles and a Hylian crest and is based upon Link himself. The sizes vary from small all the way to XXL, and will run you $36.99 USD. Clearly the name takes inspiration from Breath of the Wild, though some of the imagery notably references Ocarina of Time. Merchoid is taking pre-orders right now and will be shipping them world wide in September...

Fellow fan site Zelda Universe has been turning various Zelda games into movies for a while now, with their most recent being The Wind Waker. Act 1 and Act 2 have been out for some time now, and Act 3 has just released for your viewing pleasure. As with all of these projects, I can't help but wonder what The Legend of Zelda would look like as an animated movie or TV show. Oh wait.

It should be noted that Zelda Universe will be holding auditions for their next film endeavor, Twilight Princess: The Movie, very soon...

We've seen quite the surge of fan creativity since Breath of the Wild's showing at E3, with many talented fans sharing such projects as musicraps, and live-action shorts. Adding to collection of great fan works, artist BabaKinkin recently released a great BotW speed painting video onto YouTube. With a gorgeous portrayal of the Great Plateau at sunset, this painting effectively captures the overwhelming beauty to be found in the upcoming Zelda game...