Twilight Princess HD is getting a significant amount of news lately, such as the factthat it will support the Pro Controller, Hero Mode being mirrored, and other important updates. However, a piece of bad news for the Canadian fans waiting for Twilight Princess HD: EB Games Canada confirmed on their Twitter that they will not be offering the sound sample CD being offered by GameStop. They further stated that while things change, they do not have the ability to bring it over at this time...

Prima has revealed new details and an up-close look at the collector's edition of the hardback Twilight Princess HD guide book. The cover of the guide book will be a sleek black with a leather-like feel, along with a gold foil stamped design. The cloth map that comes with the book depicts an overworld view of Hyrule printed on a high-quality material. You can take a closer look at each by clicking on the gallery below. Here's a look at everything...

Today we noticed some interesting comments from the series' producer, Eiji Aonuma, in a previous interview with GamesMaster. Aonuma talks about hearing fan feedback on how the latest in-development Zelda title is shaping up. He also talks about the fact that he hasn't"and won’t be trying to put any message or meaning into the games." Take a look at the quotes in the full post to see his statements...

Nintendo recently updated the timeline to include A Link Between Worlds and Tri Force Heroes. Of course we already knew where the games went in said timeline, but now we have it fully fleshed out straight from the team in Japan. This brought to light an interesting conversation over the placement of Four Swords Adventures (*Spoiler* due to Ganondorf seemingly being killed in Twilight Princess *End Spoiler*). Over the years there has also been a lot of conversations around the existence of the downfall timeline...

Hello there, everybody. It's time this Friday evening for all to join in on our weekly Photoshop Contest! Earlier today, we shared a recently updated version of Zelda's official timeline. Spanning the past and present of the series, the timeline has reminded of us of the settings Zelda has visited over the years. But looking onward, one place the series has failed to visit is a futuristic setting. This week's contest aims to rectify this fact, as we invite you to take Zelda to a future we've never seen before...

One aspect of games you constantly hear about these days is the frames-per-second ratio. A high-quality AAA title is expected to run around 60fps at 1080p, and DigitalFoundry puts new games to the test to see just how good they perform. Today, DigitalFoundry uploaded a video analyzing Twilight Princess HD to see how it runs on Wii U.

They found that the game runs at a solid 1080p, with an average frame rate of around 30fps. This is much like...

Ever since Hyrule Historia lifted the veil on the official Zelda timeline back in 2011, fans have had a firm grasp on how the series' story has progressed chronologically from game to game. But with a few games added to the series since then, we were due a full updated version of the timeline to solidify these new additions. Luckily, a recent Japanese newsletter by Nintendo gave a full look at the current Zelda timeline by including A Link Between Worlds and Tri Force Heroes...

You've likely seen us push some LEGO creation projects before around here. A lot of staff here are huge LEGO fans and while we understand they can't actually make any of these suggestions because they don't have a license agreement with Nintendo, the goal long haul is to continue to show just how large the demand exists so Nintendo and LEGO get together and make friendly with each other. The crazy thing though is that LEGO is now a brand that goes beyond our ability to follow instructions or use our creativeness to combine their LEGO...

Earlier today, Nintendo launched the official Japanese Twilight Princess HD website, offering a ton of new details on the game including GamePad functionality and Hero Mode. We did our absolute best to collect all this exciting content in one place -- we even have a cool video compilation of all the new content -- and it seems Nintendo had a similar idea in mind. Nintendo's newest Twilight Princess HD press release collects all of today's exciting news, and thoroughly explains several of the game's new features...

Nintendo of America has released four new Twilight Princess HD screens, showing off Hero Mode. We previously covered Hero Mode, confirming that the world will be flipped. This is visually confirmed in the Hero Mode screenshots, showing a right handed Link, akin to Twilight Princess's Wii release being mirrored from the GameCube version. Other screenshots show the west gate of Hyrule Castle Town, Midna and Link before the Gate of Twilight, Malo's shop...