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Last Friday, Masahiro Sakurai announced a very interesting feature for the 3DS version of Super Smash Bros., along with a great deal of information. Known as a "sound" menu, this part of the 3DS game allows the player to listen to all the tracks, even providing the capability to treat the 3DS like any other portable music player with sleep mode functionality and playlists. In addition to this, a very intriguing list of composers for the game was released, leading some (or at least me) to speculate as to why some of these individuals are...

Update: All videos pertaining to the Smash leaks have been removed by Nintendo over copyright claims.

Early this morning, Smash fans were blessed with leaked video of the upcoming Super Smash Bros. for 3DS. In the most interesting video that surfaced today, Ganondorf was confirmed as a returning character. He appears to be a Captain Falcon clone once again, but his inclusion is still very exciting...

In this year's E3, Nintendo showed us for the first time the new Zelda title for Wii U, which will feature the biggest world yet in Zelda and will give us freedom to explore as much as we want to. There is little information about the game but there's still to much to talk about it, so our managing editor Colin McIsaac and GameXplain bring to us a discussion video about Zelda U and our thoughts and impressions about the game...

Adam Scythe, a devoted and very talented artist in the fanart community, just made this beautiful painting of Link and Zelda from Spirit Tracks.

He's made tons of other Zelda fanart pieces, like this great painting of Zelda U-style Link and Ocarina of Time Link, as well as this completely unrelated (but still awesome) painting of Deadpool.

Check out a video of his painting process after the jump!

Yesterday, we reported on a set of leaked images from Super Smash Bros 3DS. As it turns out, this one has become more convincing than previous leaks as there is a lot of debate backing both sides of the argument. In fact, the leak is so convincing that Gamnesia teamed up with GameXplain to discuss their interpretations of the images.

While there is no doubt that the character...

Stories like this remind me why we're a fan site to begin with. While we pride ourselves on actual news coverage, reality is we were once kids ourselves and experiencing our first Zelda game. I was about the same age as the girl in this new video during my first experience. Unfortunately I never saw the end of the game back in those days, but it appears she and her sister got to experience the game together from start to finish. The game they beat was A Link Between Worlds on a 2DS. This is raw enjoyment of a game in its purest form...

Today we have what many are considering to be one of the most legit leaks for the new Smash Bros. games to date, though honestly they can't be legit until proven to be true. Right now there is evidence going both ways as to the validity of this leak, and it's far too close to call definitively. I personally think they are 100% fake - but I am in the minority and seemingly for pretty good reasons. I'm not here to decide for you, but for you to look at the given information and decide for yourself. All of the images associated with the leak...

It's generally no secret by now that GameXplain does a great job covering various aspects of Nintendo games, including analysis and speculation of game trailers. While they gave us their thoughts back during E3, today they are presenting the prevalent observations and ideas presented by the fans. Some of these our own fans have noted as well, such as the fact that Link does indeed have a sword. Of course there are things we didn't notice either. As an example, did you know there is a cave entrance out in the field? I know I didn't...

The artistic part of the Zelda fanbase never ceases to amaze me. Whether it's music, visual art, or something entirely different, the people who love this series always find great ways to show it. Adam Scythe is one of these individuals, and one of the most impressive I've seen from a visual art standpoint. An artist and YouTuber, Scythe's strong suit is watercolor painting, and he goes the extra mile to show his fans not only the final product, but the fascinating process that leads to...

Warning: This post contains spoilers.

For many Zelda fans, boss battles can be where all the real action is at. This may be true for folks playing Hyrule Warriors, as bosses generally provide the greatest challenge. We haven't really taken a good look at the various bigger boss battles in the game, so right now we'll take a look at the biggest bosses in the game (literally)...