Round Two of the Best Dungeon Tournament is a go, as today we are pitting two 2D dungeons against each other once again. This time, it's the Temple of Darkness from Four Swords Adventures, and the Ancient Ruins from Oracle of Seasons. These are two highly enjoyable Zelda games (but most are, aren't they?), and two temples that I'm sure made a few of us die repeatedly...

As we wait for the Zelda U information coming in June at E3, many of us are speculating on what changes the game will bring to the Zelda series as a whole. Commonwealth Realm has uploaded another episode to their Zelda Unknown series concerning the role that Princess Zelda will play in the upcoming title. Commonwealth Realm hopes that Princess Zelda will be able to become a playable character either within Link's quest or playable as part of a second quest to the game. They want Zelda U's Zelda to have a objective similar to how Zelda's quest during Skyward Sword was detailed as her own story in the credits, only as part of the story of Zelda U, instead of just being tacked on at the end of the game...

Twilight Princess had some incredible music, there's almost no arguing about that. From the "Hyrule Field" theme making us feel like a brave adventurer like never before, to the creepy, almost digital and synthesized sounds found within areas blanketed with Twilight, it's safe to say Nintendo definitely hit a home run on the tunes front...

We recently posted about a video from GameOver Jesse that made us think really hard about the history of Dark Link. Today, we have another video to share if you have a few minutes for some more existential thinking. This time accompanied by YuriofWind and some other well known YouTubers, GameOver Jesse tackles the hard question: "Who Built Hyrule?" That's not a bad question...

IGN's Nintendo Voice Chat has posted a video on YouTube asking a question that many of us are probably asking ourselves: "Can Nintendo really afford to showcase Zelda U as it's only playable game at E3?" We know that Zelda is certainly a big franchise and will no doubt be a good thing for Nintendo to focus on, but the company could be making a mistake by making this franchise their only immersion point...

A newcomer to YouTube, N7 Piano Arrangements, has posted a piano cover of "Gerudo Valley". The piece flows smoothly and conveys the feeling of the original song. The piano player appears to be focused on the music he is playing, while simultaneously displaying...

Motament has uploaded his review of the Majora's Mask Link Nendroid figure. In this video, he expresses how happy he is that his favorite game is getting more collectible merchandise, as he feels Majora's Mask is an under-rated Zelda game. He gives a thorough review of the product, and interjects his review with bits of humor...

Dayside TV has uploaded a trailer for a Zelda live action Chinese drama. In the trailer, we see that Link is a cop who is going after Ganon. Ganon, it seems, is a crime lord, and Zelda is somehow intertwined with his crime ring. Link gets into some trouble with his boss and resigns from the force so that he can seek out Zelda....

Part 2 of Episode 2 for our discussion-centered  Zelda mailbag is here, once again featuring RabbidLuigi. This time, Editor-in-Cheif Nathanial, Managing Editor Darrin (myself), and of course RabbidLuigi answer a question regarding Nintendo's next HD remastering of a Zelda game — if there will be one, that is. The only console Zelda title that has not been remastered yet is Skyward Sword, but will it get the HD treatment? Find out what we think in the video above...

It's hard to believe that it has been a little over 30 years since we first started our journey to save Princess Zelda. With all the news and negativity that's been going on recently involving Nintendo and the release of Zelda U, there are times where we forget what we love about what the series gave us. This year should be about remembering what the series gave all of us instead of focusing entirely on the future. That's certainly what The Strong National Museum of Play is doing...