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American fans received Super Smash Bros. for Wii U last Friday, while European fans will have to wait until next friday to pick up the game alongside any of the awesome amiibo they're interested in! As the game did already release stateside, it shouldn't come as much of a surprise that certain artistic and creative fans have already been tempering with the beloved figures. 

DeviantArt frequenter ChibiSilverWings is one...

Good morning and welcome back to the Caption Contest! Last week, you all came up with some great bits for "Spider-Fi" and I asked you to get creative with your best captions for Midna. Your submissions must have garnered a lot of laughs as every winner today got at least twenty likes from other fans. This Friday, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U is getting released in the US. In celebration of the big release, we're going to caption an image from the game featuring Toon Link and a Cucco.

"It's Dangerous to go alone - take this!" - Old man in cave

We all know this moment.  We all love this moment.  But few have seen it portrayed as beautifully as this. In yet another time-lapse video, YouTuber artist, Adam Scythe shows off his skills in the watercolor medium, this time tackling one of the most memorable scenes of the entire Zelda series - and he absolutely nails it... 

Welcome back to Fan Fiction Friday...on Saturday. I promise I don't do this on purpose; I really try to get these out on Fridays. Last week, we were introduced to K'ger's story, "Silence is Golden": the exciting adventure of Link, the thief who became a hero. If you haven't had a chance to check it out yet, I strongly suggest it. This week, Vopi has asked us to share their story, "Kasuto's Redemption".

What begins as a simple trip to Castle Town spirals into a fight for the world's survival. In the process, battles are raged, relationships are formed, sacrifices are made, lives are changed, and the secrets of the past surface to the present. - Vopi

The Zelda Project, a fan movement recreating famous scenes from Ocarina of Time using highly detailed costumes, character poses, and a ton of Photoshop, never ceases to amaze with their beautifully detailed renditions of scenes well known to most of our readers. The newest batch of pictures deviantart user, Adella, presented us with show off several snapshots of Princess Zelda in her usual, Hyrule Castle based surroundings and our faithful hero Link, looking over a beautifully crafted Hyrule Field at Death Mountain, to later be inside the Fire Temple itself, adventuring on...

Last week we started a new feature at Zelda Informer, but we never properly introduced it here at the site. Every Tuesday and Thursday at 8pm CST, yours truly (or another staff member) will be live streaming on our Twitch Channel. Generally throughout these livestreams we give away some free merchandise like T-Shirts, or in a special case the rest of this year, entries into our end of year giveaway, which includes a copy of Majora's Mask Special Edition (imported to wherever you are if possible), a First4Figure (valued around $400), and so much more (still building out the total prize packages)...

Good afternoon and welcome back friends, fans, and cyber interlopers (you know who you are) to our Tuesday Weekly Feature: the Photoshop Contest! For those who are new to this feature, fear not; this is a very straightforward contest. Simply photoshop or otherwise alter the image, screenshot, or whatever it is we give you for the week and turn it into something hilarious, cool, or anything in between! Once you're fully satisfied with your creation, post it (make sure you're logged in!) in the comments section at the end of this post.

Good evening, friends! It's Monday again which means that it's time for our weekly Caption Contest. Last week was a huge success with a number of you immediately thinking the same thing that I did, and many more coming up with their own creative ideas. Of course, this led to a Photoshopped image from Neeko which can't actually win a caption contest but was requested by a fan. However, given that so many of you liked it (one of the most liked images of the week), I decided to feature it to the left. If you have a submission...

As part of our ongoing effort here at Zelda Informer to connect more strongly with out fanbase and the amazing musicians, artists, authors, and the like within, we are beginning a brand new feature: Kickstarter Corner.  These articles, exclusive to our site, will feature interviews with folks behind intriguing kickstarter campaigns with connections to The Legend of Zelda. We hope this will create a new avenue for talented and passionate individuals to explain their projects to fans clearly and garner support for their campaigns. Kicking off this endeavor is an interview with an indie author by the name of...

In this episode of the ZI Podcast we talk about-WAIT THEY ANNOUNCED MAJORA? No idea if our podcast team is gonna be okay with the news this week as they tackle the heavy hitter from this week's Nintendo Direct. Luckily, our cast is joined by Screwits who helps them deal with the shocking news. 

This week we have Adam (The Hostest with the Mostest), Jake (Really just some guy), Chris (Squirrel Story extraordinair), Paulson (aka Screwits), and Post-Adam (Always grumpy). Share with your friends as we take a trip on...