Two years ago, we witnessed a teaser video from Nintendo showing off the massive world and a bit of combat from Zelda U/NX. Last year, Nintendo got us hyped again with another short teaser in a Nintendo Direct showing off Link and Epona near a backdrop of mountains. Although we've seen these two teasers, Nintendo has yet to release a formal trailer showing us more of the game. Trailers can make or break a game's reception, so obviously the company will put a lot of thought behind Zelda U/NX's eventual trailer...

Happy Monday, true believers! It is time for another action-packed edition of Zelda Informer's weekly Caption Contest! The month of May is quickly winding down to an end, and so too are we finishing up our month-long celebration of Zelda superstar Sheik. Over the past several weeks of Sheikah oddities we've seen grenadeshammers, and flabbergasted expressions, but this week's contest may just hold the most ridiculous image of Sheik yet. So, let's finish Sheik Month off with the level of attitude that this pistol-whipping ninja deserves...

Yet another episode of our weekly news recap show, This Week in Hyrule, is available above so you can catch up on the more major recent news. Let's face it — life happens, and you might not always have time to check the site (although we highly encourage you do!). If the last week was just plain hectic for you, this is a great way to get filled in on what's what in the Zelda universe more recently. As always, you can tell Matt how amazing he is by tweeting at him...

While Zelda fans are all still excited by the amount of new content that will be shown for Zelda U at E3 this year, the fact remains that this game will not be coming out for the next 9 to 10 months. Despite this, it seems that Japanese Zelda fans have a lot more faith in this game then expected. For another month, Zelda U manages to stay smack dab in the middle of Famitsu's Most Wanted list...

Ever since Twilight Princess started a manga series back in February, a lot of fans have been speculating as to when their region of the world would be getting it. Akira Himekawa, the creator of this manga series and numerous other Zelda books, has been known to eventually release the series for other parts of the world. Himekawa will be doing just that with his Ocarina of Time manga series set to be released in North America this November, so it comes as no surprise that he'll be doing it with Twilight Princess as well...

It's amazing the things people can do with Unreal Engine 4. We have seen so many areas from Zelda recreated using the engine and today we have a short look at Hyrule Castle Town from Ocarina of TimeThose familiar with playing Ocarina of Time know that, when venturing into the town, the camera is at a fixed angle and players can't really explore or get a good look at Castle Town. Players can't dive into the area like they can in other places of the game. Thankfully, that's not the case in this video...

Back in the good old days, we saw the release of The Legend of Zelda on the original NES. Shortly after followed Zelda II: The Adventures of Link. Even with a different game play aspect and the quirky reception the game received, The Adventures of Link still holds it's place as "Zelda 2" and a true sequel in the lineup of Zelda games. People growing up with both these titles probably have fond memories of playing them on the console that started it all. Then came the release of the Zelda's 3rd game,  A Link to The Past. Being featured on a new console, that was the end of our NES adventures...

Harpist and Ocarina Player Amy Turk brings us a mash up of the two "Lost Woods" themes from Ocarina of Time and Twilight Princess. She starts off with the calming, slow beat of Twilight Princess, using the harp...

Zeldathon: Recovery has an announcement video on YouTube, courtesy of SuperMCGamer. This Zelda marathon will be start on June 17th at 4:00 PM EST on Twitch. All of the money donated to the marathon will go to Direct Relief, a charity that supplies medicine and other medical needs in areas that face disasters... 

Ravetheguitarist returns to YouTube after a hiatus, and he graces us with a rock version of "The Great Sea" from The Wind Waker. He begins his cover with a snare drum beat before moving on to playing an electric guitar. Ravetheguitarist captures the horns from the original song with an ocarina...