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The Nintendo 3DS has shaped up to be the home of the next few Zelda titles, with Tri Force Heroes and Hyrule Warriors: Legends coming soon to the platform. There are surely many fans eagerly looking to get their hands on these titles, as well as those who remain skeptical until they see the final products. The interest in these games are apparent as, according to last week's 3DS eShop charts, the E3 trailer for Tri Force Heroes was the number 1 most watched video, with the trailer for Hyrule Warriors: Legends sitting nicely at the number 5 spot...

Listen up, Zelda fans - we have a new game for Nintendo 3DS!

During the Nintendo Digital Event, Nintendo announced The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes—an A Link Between Worlds-style spinoff game...

Once again, GameXplain brings us another quality video to watch, this time breaking down the Hyrule Warriors 3DS trailer that was leaked today. I must say, the details they picked out make me even more excited for this portable version of the Zelda franchise's most successful spin-off game.

First off, GameXplain says that unlike the console version, you will be able to switch between different characters on the battlefield. This will most likely help with leveling up...

Recently, the any% speedrunning record for Majora's Mask 3D was broken. Any% simply means that the speedrunner only has to beat the game, and does not have to collect every item. Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask are two of the most common games that Zelda speedrunners choose to master, so it's no surprise that their remakes would be popular choices as well...

Zelda fans can do some cool things with the in-game instruments in games like Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask. Case in point: this fan taking rick rolling to a new level. Simple or complex, it's pretty impressive what some fans can do with the freedom afforded by the music controls in the two N64 Zelda titles...

Hyrule Warriors' final piece of announced DLC, titled the Boss Pack, has released in both Europe and Japan. It will arrive here in the United States on March 12th. In celebration of the release, there is a brand new launch trailer, which shows off the new Boss mode and Ganon as a playable character. Arguably the best part of the trailer comes right at the end where Ganon uses a finisher on King Dodongo with an epic trident strike. Plus there is some cute post-trailer 8-bit action, but I'll let you watch first...

A new trailer for Majora's Mask 3D is here, and like many trailers that come out on or after the release of a product, this trailer focuses on review scores and the accolades the game has received. Such trailers for movies will frequently tout the "#1 Movie in the World" rating (which often only lasts for a few weeks before another movie takes the crown), or other claims from film critics...

Nintendo continues to push their YouTube representation, as some popular YouTubers are featured in their latest commercial. The footage was likely taken from a prior media event, but they certainly look like they are having a good time. The video actually contains two commercials back to back, with the second one featuring Monster Hunter 4, the other game being heavily advertised with the New Nintendo 3DS XL due to the new camera use and its improved textures on the platform. Be sure to check back here...

Europe has received a downloadable trailer on their 3DS eShop for Majora's Mask 3D. We have that trailer for your viewing pleasure, but naturally downloading it for yourself will give you a great taste of the full 3D effect. Unfortunately, a similar trailer has yet to be released in North America, though we do have several stores with demo stations, including Best Buy and GameStop. The trailer gives a nice overview of the experience we'll all enjoy in fully remastered form in just 8 days. Be sure to check back for all of our coverage of the game, including a comprehensive...

This may very well be the first real marketing attempt in the United States for Majora's Mask 3D beyond their online announcements. While Nintendo is listing this as a trailer, it really feels like a commercial, though I have yet to witness it on TV. The "trailer" talks about having 3 days to save Termina, shows small clips from various parts of the game, much like a commercial. It also takes place in 30 seconds, with a promo for the New Nintendo 3DS XL at the end. As I said, this is a commercial in every regards but the name of the video. It will be neat if I notice this on TV at some point in the coming 10 days...