Many have wondered if Tri Force Heroes will have a place in the Zelda series' official timeline. Frustratingly, we've received somewhat conflicting reports on the subject from the game's director and other sources within Nintendo. Regardless, some fans have questioned whether or not the story premised for Tri Force Heroes is actually fit for the timeline, citing it as too silly or childish. Today, we want to really examine the relationship between a Zelda's game tone and its placement in the series' canon. We want to know if a Zelda story really can be too silly for the official timeline...

While Tri Force Heroes has had a mixed reaction from Zelda fans on the internet, it had an overwhelmingly positive reaction from attendees at E3 as it was nominated for best handheld game at E3 2015 by the Game Critics Awards. It is going up against Fallout Shelter (currently available on phones and tablets), Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam (3DS), and Persona 4: Dancing All Night (Vita)...

Another Cosplay of the Week is upon us, and this time around I've got something a little bit different to show you all. This weeks feature is of a Cosplay by the creative Chochomaru (AKA Mary Mann) of Deviant Art, and is her interpretation of the all powerful Majora!

Instead of just going with a plain outfit and having Majora's Mask as the feature, she's gone above and beyond with this costume and created her own concept...

In a recent interview with IGN, Tri Force Heroes' developer Hiromasa Shikata attempted to explain why there will be no playable female character in the game. The following is an excerpt that only includes Shikata's comments, but you can view IGN's questions and responses in the full interview here...

Recently, a fan created his own bartop arcade cabinet for Ocarina of Time, and you can too! That is, if you're willing to buy the materials, follow a long list of instructions, and put in the hours it takes to create this masterpiece. It may be tough, but the end result is glorious. A full-sized image of the finished cabinet can be viewed in the gallery below.

The instructions and steps on how to make this retro-looking machine were uploaded here to a website called Instructables. Materials needed will be...

The Legend of Zelda as a series has gone through many changes over it's near 30 year history. From top down, side scrolling, and 3D adventures alike, the series has morphed many times over again as it maintains it's status as one of the industries gaming pillars of excellence. While we patiently wait for Tri Force Heroes and Zelda U, Shirts.com decided to put together a nice info graph covering the series in depth specifically in regards to quest items. These aren't your typical "find them laying in a chest in a dungeon" type of items, but rather rewards you earn throughout your...

After Tri Force Heroes' surprising announcement during this year's E3, fans have expressed extremely polarizing responses to this new cooperative Zelda title. We've heard time and time again about the Zelda cycle; a Zelda game is announced and released to fan disappointment, only to gain acclaim in the years to follow. However the response to Tri Force Heroes seems to go beyond the traditional Zelda cycle, showing a grand disparity between excitement, interest, disappointment, and apathy.

Why such a polarizing response? Today, we aim to examine fan reactions and get to the bottom of Tri Force Heroes' extreme divisiveness...

In a recent interview with Warren Spector conducted by NintendoLife, Spector reveals that he discusses Nintendo and Shigeru Miyamoto in his beta 1.0 class of the Denius-Sams Gaming Academy. Spector shares that the program has a unique focus on leadership and management - not how you make a game...

ThatOneShowFUN, a user on YouTube best known around here for glitch testing videos that work in a Mythbusters style called Eggbusters, has decided to start up a new series called Cross Examination. In the latest episode he talks a lot about variable pacing. The idea he puts forth is that the internet has been wrong at nearly every step of the way when criticizing Skyward Sword. Almost every complaint about the game can be...

Back in May, it was revealed that the Link amiibo would be compatible with the next highly-anticipated Yoshi game, Yoshi's Woolly World. While the game has not been launched in North America yet, Nintendo has released the game in Japan, Europe, and Australia.

Being that the game has already been released in three continents, we were curious about how the various amiibo costumes will work, especially the Zelda costumes. The News Staff at Zelda Informer figured that...