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On this week's podcast Adam, Jeff, Luke, and Lyra join forces to talk about Link's parents, timelines, and some major award nonsense. Of course the podcast couldn't ignore the release of Deadpool this weekend and they go over their massive excitement levels for the movie and why they are more excited for this particular movie than some of the other comic book related releases in cinema. As always you can submit your fan topics and suggestions to ZeldaInformerPodcast@gmail.com...

Earlier this year Terry Garrett beat Ocarina of Time. This is notable because Terry Garrett is completely blind. The idea that someone who is blind can beat a video game, let alone a Zelda game, is still mind boggling to me. Yet he pulled it off, beating what many consider to be the greatest game of all time. The journey took five years, though he wasn't necessarily playing the game for the entirety of those five years as life got in the way (as it typically does for everyone). The fine folks at GameXplain got a chance to interview him and the asked...

We mentioned before that Nintendo of America would be releasing information about Twilight Princess HD on their The Legend of Zelda facebook page. The first real substantial bit of information has finally come out along with four screenshots that show off some rather impressive stuff. Of course we've seen a bit of the inventory in action via various trailers, but we now know some additional information about how maps work. Beyond that however I really am focusing in on the Goron Mines screenshot. it is arguably the most impressive screenshot...

The Twilight Princess Manga by Akira Himekawa has released in Japan via Manga-One. While an English version doesn't exist and there isn't one planned in the future just yet, there is a history of Akira Himekawa's work eventually getting translated for an English audience. That being said, Akira Himekawa has been releasing some pages and bits of art from the manga on their Facebook page. The art itself depicts Zant, Midna, and then a special colored advert from the official Zelda twitter account for the Manga with Link and the children from Ordon Village...

Greetings, fellow Zelda fans. I hope you're all ready for another Zelda Informer Photoshop Contest! February 14th is rather important day. It is a day in which we collectively decide to express our romantic infatuations with the ones we love and contemplate the meaning true love. It is a day known as Valentine's Day. So with all of us considering things like love, courtship, and romance, the contest this week seemed like the best time to honor the pervading romantic 'ships in the Zelda series. Everyone in the community has a "One True Pairing" of characters in the series, so join the contest this week to 'shop some loving portraits of your own. You can also check out the winners of last week's contest: A Link to the Future...

For some seasoned fans, the original The Legend of Zelda for the NES has lost some its magic over many, many repeat playthroughs. Luckily, the Zelda Randomizer project has strived to eliminate this staleness by making every playthough of the game a brand new experience. Since its release in March of last year, the Zelda Randomizer has allowed players to customize and randomize several aspects of the Zelda experience, from cave / dungeon locations, to item placements, to enemy spawns. The project recently released its 2.3 update, adding several new features to the mix...

In all my years talking about Zelda games (and conversely, playing a handful to completion before the public got their hands on it) one question always creeps up about my experience with the title - how long did it take me to complete the game? How long do you think someone less experienced than you will take to complete it? Both are completely subjective in nature because the information given really only is relevant to my own experience. I can tell you Zelda U takes one hundred hours to 100%, but you may only take fifty. Someone else may take two hundred...

There have always been differences in opinion when it comes to Zelda speed running. Some gamers enjoy doing or watching glitched runs because they want to see/play through all the ins and outs of a Zelda game. Others disagree and believe that any form of a time trial-style run of the game should be done in a more traditional, glitchless kind of way. The most recent speed run of a title from the Zelda series will please the latter as a world record has been made on an iconic Zelda game...

DidYouKnowGaming is back with more Easter eggs for the Zelda series. This time they tackle the second half of A Link to the Past and finishing up with around half of Link's Awakening. There are so many Easter eggs in the Zelda series that it's nearly impossible to cover all of them for any single game in just one video. Especially when you start diving deep into Link's Awakening, which contains so many references...

The Marcus Hedges Trend Orchestra is creating a 46 track Ocarina of Time symphony. We don't know what tracks are included, though we have a small taste of it in a teaser video. Unfortunately that's about all we know at this time. There is an official website for it which you can get an email notification from for when it gets released...