At Zelda Informer we've been working hard to expand the type of coverage provided for the series we all adore. While news and fan content remain central to what we do, original content is what allows us to really look beyond the ebb and flow of news. We've had editorials since day one in 2007 and in more recent years we've had an ongoing weekly podcast (recently rebooted as of a few months ago to focus more squarely on Zelda). I can point to a half dozen or so currently ongoing original content based things at our site, but today is special as we launch a brand new biweekly video feature...

As we mentioned previously, the Breath of the Wild demo will be playable at the EB Games Expo 2016. Located in Sydney, Australia and running from September 30th until October 2nd, there will certainly be a lot of people itching to play. Unfortunately, the demo will only be playable to a select few individuals, but today we have more information on how you can become one of these lucky players. Nintendo will be hosting several contests for players to enter. The winners of these contests will receive a Play Pass that will allow them to play the Breath of the Wild demo while at the expo....

There is a lot of Zelda jewelry out there, from rings, to watches, to earrings. Today we'd like to show you a great set of earrings fit for any Zelda fan who likes Ocarina of Time. These earrings are in fact two Ocarinas of Time, made from colored polymer clay with gloss sealer. For just $10 USD, they will ship worldwide from the United States. You can order them right here...

While the rest of the world is waiting until next year for The Legend of Zelda: Art & Artifacts, Japan already has the book as The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Graphics. A Japanese fan with a secured a copy of the book has uploaded a few photos of it for us to look at, so let's do just that.

These photos show the width of the book, the table of contents, as well as...

Hello, my lovelies. Get your creative juices flowing, because we're just about ready to kick off another Zelda Informer Photoshop Contest. Now, since the release of Suicide Squad a few weeks back, I have been meaning to frame a contest around a supposed team-up of various Zelda villains. Just think about the dastardly deeds and severe evils that would be unleashed if we saw Ganon team with Skull Kid or we saw Ghirahim partner with Zant. If you've had a dream villain team-up stirring in your head, share it with us this week. And don't forget to check out the winners of last week's contest: Link and the Gang at the Olympic Games...

Earlier today we reported on a Let's Play Video Gamesrumor regarding the NX detachable controllers and how they are capable of motion controls. Industry insider Emily Rogers, who has a decent track record regarding Nintendo reports, later stated the rumor "has truth." This certainly adds some more credibility to LPVG's article. She went on to drop a few more tidbits of information regarding the NX's touch screen...

For those drooling for news on Breath of the Wild, Nintendo of America has your back with a new video focusing on arrows. Four types are shown in the new clip—regular arrows, Fire, Ice and Bomb Arrows. Fire Arrows burn enemies and can ignite wooden objects. Ice Arrows can freeze targets solid, leaving them open to further attacks from your sword or other weapons. Bomb Arrows explode on contact, and are useful for defeating multiple targets. Regular arrows can slice through rope, creating pathways the player might not be able...

Nintendo's new console, code-name NX, is on all of our minds these days as its reveal is looming closer. There is no official date set in stone as far as the public is concerned, but we do know Nintendo specified it would be in the fall. It is widely accepted that NX is a portable console with detachable controllers using the Nvidia Tegra X1 (or possibly the X2) chip, as many sources have backed the initial report from Eurogamer. Now, another site has crawled out of the woodwork to add their support to the claims, and...

To say this current generation has been underwhelming for Nintendo would be an understatement. First, they overpriced the 3DS comparative to market value and then failed to offer enough compelling content at launch to have consistent sales success. After correcting both issues eight or so months later, they repeated those same issues again with the Wii U, though it was far more than price and the lack of killer software at launch that lead to that failure. The 3DS was able to recover and reach respectable numbers thanks...

Grab a bite to eat and sit down for this recent installment of Glitch Picnic from YouTuber MikeyTaylorGaming. Mikey takes his viewers on "picnics" through various video games showing off some well known or even unknown glitches. Today, he is taking us on a picnic through A Link to the Past, showing us how to perform the exploration glitch. This glitch allows players to clip through the walls of the game and explore other areas and dungeons, simply by getting damaged in battle...