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The collaboration of Nintendo and Koei Tecmo created the beautiful product we know as Hyrule Warriors. With new DLC for the game from Majora's Mask already out in Europe, we are discovering tons of new footage that fans have uploaded online. Sure, we've already seen Young Link in action, but this latest video features even more gameplay of the new playable character...

With Nintendo releasing the Majora's Mask DLC for Hyrule Warriors less than a week from today in North America, more and more new details are surfacing. The DLC pack is already available for purchase in Europe, where fans are posting video footage online of the newly updated game. This particular video gives and in depth look at one of my favorite aspects of Hyrule Warriors: the costumes...

It's difficult to imagine how fans in 1987 discovered secrets and solved puzzles in The Legend of Zelda on NES. Aside from talk on the schoolyard and sheer luck, gaming publications were the only way for fans to successfully complete the game. Recently, Zelda fan Vince Carbone uploaded a complete scan of The Legend of Zelda: Tips and Tactics strategy guide for our viewing pleasure. With detailed maps, screenshots, and guides, the scans allow us to see a piece of history and provide insight on how NES gamers mastered the challenging game...

Last month, we told you about SkinzNhydez, a Canadian Etsy shop that boasts the most amazing leather-based accessories. He is back, and has all of his Zelda-themed items up for grabs in one awesome package...

In 2013, filmmaker Jared Potter released an impressive live action short film titled The Skull Kid. Last week, Potter returned with (part one) media to release the first episode in a new live action Zelda webseries called Creatures of Hyrule. Each episode in the webseries will focus on a specific creature from the Zelda universe. Episode one, titled Glowing Eyes, features the mischievous ghost Poe as it playfully obstructs Link's path to a chest...

Welcome to the second instalment of Miiverse Highlights, ZeldaInformer's brand new Thursday Weekly Feature! Last week we issued our very first #WeeklyChallenge, where we asked everyone in The Legend of Zelda Series Community to draw their favorite item from the entire franchise. For a higher chance to get your response featured on our site, people had to draw another character other than Link using said item. This week, we issue our first ever #WeeklyPoll...

Time-lapse videos are some of the coolest ways to see the process taken to make great art. This week, artist SpoonfishLee released a new time-lapse video for his latest Zelda piece, Link and Skullkid. The painting is obviously inspired by Majora's Mask, depicting a confrontation between Link and Skull Kid. The piece itself is beautifully shaded and detailed, and the time-lapse provides an awesome spectacle and some cool insights into how the piece was crafted...

With all the Majora's Mask 3D hype floating around, it's easy to forget the Majora's Mask wasn't the first Zelda to feature masksOcarina of Time had its own mask selling mini-game, in which Link must find suitable buyers for a number of different masks. Showing how masterfully detailed the development team was, every major non-player character has a unique reaction to each mask that Link wears. Master0fHyrule on YouTube recently released a video compilation showing off every one of these unique reactions, and it's as impressive and interesting as you'd expect...

Generally speaking, we're pretty positive around here when it comes to Majora's Mask. Not only is it a favorite of our staff members, but in our polls it nearly always comes out on top. As such, we tend to forget that there are other opinions out there regarding the Ocarina of Time sequel, and often gloss over them when they pop up. In order to remind fans like us that there are other ways to see this entry, Unpopular Opinions creator, Trailer Drake, has dedicated the most recent entry to voicing ten opinions...

Warped Factor recently dug up 10 fun facts about the original 1986 Legend of Zelda for the NES/Famicon. From debunking myths about hidden Nazi propaganda to the illustrious Second Quest, this is definitely a fun article you should read...