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Some of you may remember a while back when we told you that the Game Grumps started a complete playthrough of Zelda II: The Adventure of Link (Fun Fact: The Boss Man thinks Zelda IIis one of the best Zelda games ever made!) The Game Grumps have completed The Legend of Zelda, Zelda II, and The Wind Waker HD...

As it would turn out, Majora's Mask 3D is not alone in world record speedrunning news this week. Not too long after two MM3D records were set in a single day, speedrunner FullGrownGaming set a new Any% world record in the original Majora's Mask. Besting the previous record by six seconds, this run saw Majora defeated in 1 hour, 27 minutes, and 3 seconds...

Recently I found a cover of my favorite song in the Zelda franchise, uploaded by YouTuber ed mz and it is possibly one of the best solo covers I have ever heard for the iconic Lost Woods theme. Just what makes this cover so great? It's the toe-tapping beat in the background combined with the creative styling of the violin to create something fresh and new...

Do you remember a time when some felt Hyrule Historia put a halt to Zelda theories? Yeah, I don't either, as fans continue to theorize about all new aspects of the series. This time around, YouTuber Commonwealth realm combines with Anonymous Gamer and M. Productions to talk about what they are calling the "Zora Timeline". Zora have, in theory, been around since the very first game in the timeline as they go on and explain their connections throughout the game, evolution, and several mini theories to form the Zora Timeline...

Majora's Mask is one of the most popular games in the franchise without a doubt, but a darker aspect would be the origins of Majora's Mask and the Fierce Diety Mask. For those of us who have played the game, we do know that within each mask a spirit has been sealed inside. YouTuber VortexxyGaming believes that Majora and the Fierce Deity were the Terminian counterparts to Demise and Link. Vortexxy believes that Termina is also one of Hylia's creations and goes on to say that before Majora and the Fierce Deity destroyed each other, she sealed them both within a mask to seal...

The Collectible Badge Center, a 3DS application that can be downloaded via the Nintendo eShop, is unfortunately a Japan exclusive. That doesn't mean we can't admire these new The Wind Waker HD themed badges though, does it?

If you're lost on what The Collectible Badge Center does, it allows you to play a certain minigame three times a day...

Considering how groundbreaking the original Legend of Zelda was, one would expect that a lot of ideas didn't make it into the final game. There were no doubt many items, enemies, and gameplay features that were left unused by the time development was completed. Well, YouTube's Nintendo News Network recently released a video listing the number of unused or unreleased pieces of content in the NES classic...

Fairies have been part of the Zelda series since the game was first released in Japan back in 1986. They have appeared not only in the 17 main games in the series, but plenty of side games, such as Hyrule Warriors, the Tingle series, and the CD-i games. They even made an appearance in the official Zelda cartoon series and naturally the manga. Fairies are probably just as prevalent in nearly every title as Link himself is. MasterOfHyrule has put together a new video featuring every single interation of the fairy from 1986's original title release through Hyrule Warriors...

Everyone knows that Zelda U has been delayed outside of a 2015 release and will not be at E3 this year. So to quell the silence of news about the game, many fans are coming up with new theories in an attempt to defend the delay. This is the internet so there are some negative opinions, but many are tying to take a positive outlook on the situation. The people at Zoomin TV Games on YouTube have come up with 5 reasons why Zelda U being delayed is a good thing. Check out the video above to get some insight on why they believe the delay can only aid...

Earlier this week, a YouTuber under the name of NateWantsToBattle uploaded a throwback to his music video "Dawn of the Third Day", which debuted early last year. The video is honestly nothing more than a seamless loop of the original for nearly 28 minutes, but that hasn't stopped me from listening to it for the last few hours. I have a 30 minute commute to work and back, so I crank it up and by the time it's over, so is my drive. It makes my life super easy since my stereo system no longer works. The lyrics are very creative and the references to the Zelda series are quite entertaining...