Jackie from the YouTube channel NerdECrafter does some amazing things with polymer clay. This week on her channel she has decided to sculpt a tiny scene of the ruins and the master sword from Zelda. This tiny sculpture is awesome, it looks like it is an actual scene from the game. It even has a tiny pond! Not really water of course, but it definitely looks like it. While watching the video, I got the impression that this is something anyone can do with some patience. Jackie gives step by step instructions that you can follow along.

The Wii U eShop charts are available for this week and much like last week, Super Mario is still dominating the top of the list. Fans just can't get enough of Super Mario RPG. But, never fear, Zelda still has several places in the charts. Let's start with the software category; at number 8 on the list we find Ocarina of Time, followed by the first The Legend of Zelda at number 18...

Hello, Zelda fans. Let's put an end to a long work week with Zelda Informer's weekly Photoshop Contest. Inspired by a series of technological frustrations I experienced over the last five days, this week's contest will focus on the robots, machines, and otherwise mechanical entities from the Zelda series. This loose theme should provide contestants with several creative approaches to take, so I hope many of you will join us this week. Let rise the Zelda machines, and check out the winners of last week's contest: The Legend of Zelda GO...

It was a little over a month today that I got to go hands on with Breath of the Wild. In reviewing footage and reading about all the various fan theories, I thought it would be a good time to throw out what I found to be the very best moments I personally experienced while playing Breath of the Wild. I could have made this easily a top 50 list, but I wanted to narrow it down to five of my favorite moments in the entire demo. While it was hard to reduce it to just these five moments, I am wholly pleased with the results...

We're going a bit out of our normal conversation about the Zelda series to talk specifically about what we think the NX should be. Obviously Breath of the Wild is going to be on the system, but were not here to talk about that impact today. Rather, it's time to talk about the system itself. We know nothing factually about the NX, despite the many manufacturing and patent rumors circling the web. We also know the Wii U was an utter disaster in terms of market appeal. What does Nintendo...

For those who want to get their hands on the Hyrule Warrior Legends Limited Edition for the 3DS in France, now is your chance. Amazon France is currently offering a 42% discount of the game. Remember, this edition not only includes the game itself but also includes Linkle's Compass Watch. However, remember that for those living outside of Europe, the game is region locked therefore be sure to keep that in mind before making the purchase. Still, it is a nice opportunity to grab a unique collectible...

The folks over at IGN got a chance to go hands on physically with the Nintendo Classic Edition. That makes it the first time we have seen the console being handled to get a good idea of the actual size and look beyond promo material. It truly a plug and play console that fits in the palm of your hand. They closely examine the entire console and show off both the HDMI port and the USB type C power port. One neat thing to note is the length of the cord on the Nintendo Classic Edition controller...

The only NPC Link has physically interacted with so far in Breath of the Wild is a mysterious character known only as the Old Man. Sure, there is a mysterious voice (who most speculate is Zelda) that talks to Link through his mind, but he hasn't actually met this character in person yet. The Old Man theory that states he is the King of Hyrule from The Wind Waker isn't a new one. This has been highly speculated since the game was first shown off on June 16th, 2016. However, a new piece of evidence...

It's been awhile since our last Zelda Informer Comic, but I'm happy to report were back on schedule for weekly releases. This time around we are presenting a rather simply concept - our love for a certain game. We face a familiar face and give a now familiar answer. Nintendo, it's time to bring forth what many of us Zelda fans are waiting to see...

Video game stock analyst Michael Pachter has grown a somewhat infamous reputation from his days of running an opinion based show called Pach Attack on the now defunct GameTrailers.com. You may not be aware, but a very similar style show by him has risen back up on Siftd Games titled Pachter Factor. His opinions are often controversial and he's been rather down on Nintendo for a long time, though his mindset comes from what is going to help make a company more valuable in the stock market...