This week has seen quite a hefty amount of Tri Force Heroes news. We've seen a new stage, we've learned of several new costumes, and we've even received a new trailer. But one of the most interesting announcements to come out this week is that the game will contain 32 stages in all. With this definitive number of stages now revealed, we think it's as good a time as any to decide if 32 stages really offer a satisfying amount of content for a full Zelda game. Do you think 32 stages are enough for Tri Force Heroes or not...?

Warning: This post/video contains spoilers for Tri Force Heroes.

GameXplain is back again with another interesting discussion surrounding the Japanese overview trailer for Tri Force Heroes, as well as their impressions of the recent PAX demo.

In this discussion, Andre and Derrick talk about Tri Force Heroes' somewhat silly plot; the princess is cursed to wear a... unitard?...

In a collaboration with Dr. Wily, an established gamingtheorist in the YouTube community, GameOver Jesse has published a theory on the origins of Ocarina of Time's second boss, Volvagia.

GameOver Jesse's exploration of Volvagia's origins with Dr. Wily take us back to the events of Skyward Sword, where the dragon known as Eldin is found. How are these two dragons connected? You'll have to watch the video above to find out...

The Symphony Of The Goddesses Orchestra has been touring the world, bringing a heroic masterpiece to theatres alike. As of the 22nd of November the orchestra is also making its way to Dublin. If you're looking to buy tickets to the orchestra, you can check this list of venues where it will be performed to see...

Hey everyone, it's time for another round of Fan Art Showdown! As per usual, we feature two outstanding pieces of fan art, illustrated by fellow members of the Zelda fanbase, but only one gets to taste victory...

Looking to nerdify your game collection? Check out this beautiful box available for pre-order! You can store all your favourite games in it or simply use it as a keepsake box; either way, your treasures could have a handsome home to reside in. Rebecca Denfip is a very talented cosplayer...

Looking to show your Zelda pride? This necklace is both elegant and subtle! The tiny triforce hanging from a crescent moon is a perfect compliment to any outfit this fall season! Though a crescent moon doesn't have much to do with the Zelda franchise itself, it is very pretty...

Many news outlets such as Zelda Informer have received their review copies of what is one of the most trending Nintendo titles right now, Super Mario Maker. While ourselves and other websites were eager to share with you footage of certain amiibo costumes, rules set fourth by Nintendo prevented us from doing so. While we can't show any footage of these "forbidden costumes," we can tell you that Nintendo has updated their website to list every amiibo compatible with Super Mario Maker, and this list includes every Zelda amiibo...

Warning: This post contains spoilers for Tri Force Heroes.

Earlier today, Japan received an all-new five-minute trailer for Tri Force Heroes. Included in this trailer were 7 costumes, and we have taken screenshots of all of them. These screenshots are viewable in the gallery below.

The costumes revealed are as follows...

Tonight is a good night for Tri Force Heroes fans, as a five-minute Japanese trailer was just revealed. An all-new detail that has surfaced in the trailer is that Tri Force Heroes has a stage count of 32; the demo stages we've already seen are just few of many.

Launched with this new trailer is a Tri Force Heroes teaser website (again in Japanese) that includes details such as the release date. The teaser website contains the Japanese variation of Tri Force Heroes' box art...