What's up, ladies and gentlemen? We are back again to bring you another entry in Zelda Informer's weekly Caption Contest! As you may have seen last week, the contest has officially kicked off Goron Month, a completely unfounded celebration of all things Goron. "Why not?" we thought. In honor of Twilight Princess HDlast week's contest began the festivities with an intense image of Goron sumo wrestling. And continuing the party this week, we've got an image of a rather sad Goron child. What's making this young Goron cry? Let us know!

On February 6th, a new batch of Zelda-themed badges surfaced at the Nintendo 3DS Badge Arcade. Among them, there were badges of characters and items from The Wind Waker HD along with costumes from Tri Force Heroes. Just today, a couple more catchers have become available so you can fill your Home Menu with more Zelda-themed stickers...

The weekly sales numbers for Hyrule Warriors Legends have been released via Media Create and Japanese Nintendo.Hyrule Warriors Legends sold 15,174 copies, bringing the total units sold to 69,653. Hyrule Warriors Legends placed 12th in the overall software sales this week, and 5th for the Japanese 3DS charts. An important fact in these numbers is the large number of Vitas sold compared to the 3DS. Dragon Quest Builders topped the charts this week with 178,016 copies sold...

As you may know, Famitsu's most wanted list has contained two Zelda-related games for a while now: Zelda U and Hyrule Warriors Legends. Now Legends has launched in Japan, so naturally it has to be taken off the list. Another Zelda title has replaced it however, which releases next month. Whatever could that be? If you guessed Twilight Princess HD, then congratulations! You get the satisfaction of being right...

The final wave of downloadable content for this generation's Super Smash Bros. title is now available, which adds Bayonetta and Corrin to the roster. The patch to bring them in also included some tweaks for a few Zelda fighters, which we will list below. If you're curious what changes were implemented for other characters, you can do so here...

Like with all HD re-releases or remasters, everybody on YouTube loves to do a graphical comparison video with the original version of the game. Take for instance Twilight Princess HD, as we've been recently showing a bunch of gameplay videos showcasing the graphical differences between the original and remastered version. Today we have three whole comparison videos to show you, so that way you can know all of the subtle details and filters they put into the HD version of this Zelda title...

With Twilight Princess HD only a few weeks away, it only seems natural that we will be consistently receiving news for the game before its official release. However, some of this news will now be sent to us through a slightly different means. Just recently Eiji Aonuma, the producer of the Zelda series, has announced that any upcoming news regarding Twilight Princess HD will be sent out through the series' official Facebook page...

So a strange thing has happened in the world of Twilight Princess HD and amiibo land. Earlier this year Nintendo of America announced that the Wolf Link amiibo would only be available with physical copies of Twilight Princess HD, and that all physical copies would have the amiibo. That leaves digital purchasers at a bit of a disadvantage out the gate, but it's likely it will release as a stand alone product down the line. It also means those that want physical but have no interest in the amiibo or it's content are well... out of luck in North America. The same is not true in the rest of the world however...

Hero Mode is arguably the mode many returning Twilight Princess players are most interested in. While they are pulling an Ocarina of Time 3D Master Quest style Hero Mode in Twilight Princess HD, it's still good to see just exactly how well this plays out. The landscape will naturally feel familiar to anyone who played the Wii version of the game, so the lack of heart drops and double damage will be the biggest highlights in this 40 minutes of footage. Luigikid Gaming was able to secure a review copy. Hopefully our own review copy arrives shortly...

There is an event called Wonder Festival going on in Japan currently and at that event Max Factory has announced a slew of new Nendoroids and Figmas. Among the new batches coming sometime in the future are three Zelda items. Those would be a Princess Zelda Nendoroid, a Twilight Princess Figma of Link, and another Skyward Sword Figma of Link. Unfortunately we cannot even give you a preview of the Twilight Princess Link, it was simply announced but not shown. We do have an intiial prototype look at Princess Zelda and a more final form for the new Skyward Sword Link however...