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Ever wanted to play Smash as Tingle, Phoenix Wright, or even Goku?

A really interesting fan project named Project Crusade has come up for a Smash remake that lets you play as 60 different characters, Nintendo or otherwise. It's actually excellent, with a brilliant soundtrack, a great set of stages, and really fast-paced and entertaining gameplay that you don't usually see with this kind of game.

This game has been in the works for over 3 years...

A really interesting fan project has come up in the last few months, of a recreation of Ocarina of Time in 2D, in the style of A Link to the Past.

The project aims to replicate the whole game, with every cutscene, character, and dungeon of the original game, and everything they've got so far is stunning. The 16-bit style of music and graphics go incredibly well with the ambiance of the original game, and all the videos that have been released...

Zelda Informer podcast is back this week with your usual host Adam, "just some guy" Jake, new to the podcast but not to the site, Staff Member Rory, and newcomer Karina! Come listen in on our discussion about game design and what it means to make something that's a really good game. Be sure to leave suggestions in the comments below, or send us an email at ZeldaInformerPodcast@gmail.com! Still accepting theme song submissions! (We apologize for the poor quality of one participant's microphone, the audio was corrupt)...

Last week, we were treated to a fun sequel to the fan favorite Majora's Mask and were even surprised to find out that the adventure is not yet over. This week, we are celebrating the release of Hyrule Warriors with our most recent fan submitted work, "Behind This Mask" by CrimsonVoid. The story loosely plays out a scenario that may be familiar to Disney fans and puts our heroes in the middle of a war...

Well it's official: as of today, every major region in the world has had Hyrule Warriors released. We could debate until the cows come home if it will sell well, but we'll have tangible numbers in a week or so to tell us that. Instead, today's debate welcomes in the conversation of just how good Hyrule Warriors actually is. I have a fairly good review, with 3.5 Reggies out of 5, and stated many times since that the game is a good game, but just fails to reach for stars. I still haven't beaten Adventure Mode... and I'm now 150 hours into it. This is large reason our Hyrule Warriors Walkthrough isn't complete yet, despite...

Good morning, and welcome back to everyone's favorite (late) Thursday event: ZI Votes! For those who are new to this feature, worry not; participating is as simple as clicking two buttons (well, maybe three if you're seeing this on our social media pages). Every week I pose a question to you regarding some aspect of Zelda, whether it be a new game, an old game, or something about the series in general, and I put it into a poll format right here at Zelda Informer. While it's fun getting responses to all articles in the comments...

Welcome back to our weekly featured Zelda Fan of the Week! This time we have an artist who loves video games and drawing. Lori is a 25 year old girl who lives in New York, and even though she always wanted to become a professional artist, she decided to go to college for a major that doesn't involve this. Lori, who calls herself Lemia, is completely self-taught, and her favorite medium to use while drawing are crayola crayons. She's also fond of copic markers, colored pencils, and watercolors. Using these techniques, she has created beautiful drawings inspired by The Legend of Zelda...

A few days ago I was thinking about Hyrule Warriors (as one is wont to do), this time focusing mainly on how cool it's going to be playing as Ganondorf, Ghirahim, Zant, and the game's unique villains, and a thought came to mind: what if that happened in an actual, canon game? Not necessarily a case of switching between various characters, like in Hyrule Warriors; what if Nintendo released a Zelda spinoff where you played as the villain for the entire experience...

Good morning, 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 Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask was the direct sequel of Ocarina of Time. Years later in 2007, The Wind Waker got its sequel: Phantom Hourglass. Like this, many other games such as A Link to the Past or the original Legend of Zelda got sequels of their own...