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Over on Nintendo's official Facebook page, Reggie Fils-Aimé (the President of Nintendo of America) has recently become the butt of a rather humorous amiibo-related joke. With a fanbase of almost 3.3 million people on Facebook alone, the Big N posted a photo of Reggie, who is rocking some rather familiar-looking gear...

Good Smile Company, the people who make Nendoroids (plastic figurines with interchangeable facial expressions and poses), recently unleashed a Toon Link Nendoroid into the world - and for a second, faith in humanity was restored. I kid, but seriously, once you set your eyes onto one of these beauties, you're going to need one in your life! Lucky for you, IGN recently did an unboxing video featuring the little hero in green so you can see Link in all his glory (and cuteness!)...

After the bombshell of a gameplay preview that dropped at The Game Awards there has been non-stop speculation and analysis of the premier video. Arguably the most analyzed portion of the video is the map, which was shown briefly on the gamepad during the play session. After years of Zelda fans begging for a big and open world in a Zelda game, Nintendo finally appears to be delivering and it has people in a frenzy. In the midst of the hype, people have been trying to figure out just how big the game world really is...

The Nintendo Official UK Store has a brand new special offer available for Zelda fans. If you purchase a copy of Ocarina of Time 3D from their online store you'll also get a Legend of Zelda baseball cap free of charge! The game is priced at £39.99 and the hat features official art from the game depicting Link and Sheik, back to back. fending off against a barrage of Moblins, Stalfos and Lizalfos. There doesn't seem to be an end date established for this deal, so if you happen to live in the United Kingdom and...

Since we have a review copy of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, we get to post a bit of information about certain aspects of the game. One of the ways we have decided to use our time is in recording all the victory poses for every Legend of Zelda character. The videos are posted to...

When you're (most likely) bored or just feel the need to be entertained, but sadly there's nothing on TV, the cat is outside, or your Netflix subscription just ended, some of us will probably reach for the Guiness Book of World Records, seeking enjoyment in little, extraordinary, yet strangely interesting stories. As fans of said book will most likely know, the annual release is often followed by a spin-off title known as the Guiness Book of World Records: Gamers Edition, as was the case a week ago when we received the 2015 edition. 

An interesting point...

Exciting news today for you guys: we have received a review copy of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and an amiibo figure! Our editor in chief Nate received it in the mail and decided to do an unboxing video. In the video he goes through what we received (obviously) and other goodies too. Be sure to check it out for...

Earlier this month, we told you that Hyrule Warriors will support amiibo - starting with Link. On today's Nintendo Direct, Nintendo revealed just what the Link amiibo will bring to Hyrule Warriors - the Spinner from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess...

With Super Smash Bros. for Wii U just around the corner, new information on certain additions is not far away. As amiibo are one of the most talked about topics surrounding the game's launch we've been receiving quite a bit of information the last couple weeks surrounding their release.

Yesterday, Nintendo Talking Toys presented us with an upload showing off the retail demo for amiibo, which offers introductory videos on all 12 launch figures. These fragments don't necessarily cover the amiibo's functions as much as it covers...

When it comes to remastering old games, there's often a very big argument about whether it's "too soon" to make it, if the game is too new for a remake; we saw all kinds of arguments like this last year, back when The Wind Waker HD was released, and it's become a really big issue with other remakes like the new Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.

Within the Zelda community, and at Zelda Informer especially, we're constantly arguing about this kind of issue; should a Majora's Mask remake be put into production, or is the game too new to do so? Should the next remake instead be for something like...