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It's no secret that we love Majora's Mask at Zelda Informer. One of our founding members wrote an editorial on it many years ago, while we were also one of the founders for the Operation Moonfall movement (for those who even remember what that was). One of our newest staff members, a brand new video editor named Daniel, has decided to create a video feature exclusively for ZI on why he (and others here) loves Majora's Mask so much. You may be surprised by his reasoning, or find that you're in complete agreement. That or you just hate the game - but hey...

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...

It was a little over a month today that I got to go hands on with Breath of the Wild. In reviewing footage and reading about all the various fan theories, I thought it would be a good time to throw out what I found to be the very best moments I personally experienced while playing Breath of the Wild. I could have made this easily a top 50 list, but I wanted to narrow it down to five of my favorite moments in the entire demo. While it was hard to reduce it to just these five moments, I am wholly pleased with the results...

Hey folks! So during E3 I started a bit of a new series called Zelda Informer Plays. Zelda Informer Plays is a video series that features folks from Zelda Informer playing Zelda games. How original, right? It won't be a traditional let's play type of series or even a video walkthrough. Rather it will be clips from the Zelda games we're playing at the time that show off something we find interesting - be it boss fights, item uses, or just interesting stuff in general. What better way to kick off Zelda Informer Plays than with us playing Breath of the Wild...

To wrap up a day of E3 coverage, Darrin, Kristen, and I come together to bring you a new ZI Reacts. In it, we talk about different things we liked about the announcement of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, such as...

Yet another episode of our weekly news recap show, This Week in Hyrule, is available above so you can catch up on the more major recent news. Let's face it — life happens, and you might not always have time to check the site (although we highly encourage you do!). If the last week was just plain hectic for you, this is a great way to get filled in on what's what in the Zelda universe more recently. As always, you can tell Matt how amazing he is by tweeting at him...

The second episode of ZI Update has arrived, a series where I let you in on the ground floor of future and current on-goings at the site and then answer any and all questions you have in regards to Zelda Informer. This week we had two forum specific questions that I address to the best of my knowledge. In addition to that I talk about when our new podcast is going out (you can check out our final episode of our current podcast here), a sneak peak at a future editorial, and some plans for E3...

This Week in Hyrule, Matt recaps our past week of news that truly matters to the Zelda faithful. This week he goes over news about a potential Zelda Movie, how Nintendo lost their trademark for Hyrule Warriors, Prima giving away free Zelda guides, and a new lineup of Nintendo Selects... including Ocarina of Time 3D. What do you think about the news from this past week...

In this episode of Zelda Inquiries, myself, Nate, and RabbidLuigi talk about a 3D remake we would like to see about a familiar Zelda game for the Game Boy. Also discussed is why Nintendo consoles don't play DVD/Blue-Ray discs like other consoles. The video above is packed with great discussion...

The Wii U is a financial failure. While not a total disaster, it may ultimately be an overall profitable venture by the time this generation ends, it's definitely not the results they were hoping for coming off the massive success of the Wii. However, is it the little box that could? I lay out the reasons I feel the Wii U is really the best Nintendo home console I have ever played (and I grew up starting in the NES era). While the reasons I put in the video may be reasons you can list many other consoles, the fact is that, especially when it comes to game quality, everything is entirely subjective. Games I love you may hate, but that's totally fine...