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Activate your trivia mode. There's a 99% chance you'll find this episode of "Did You Know Gaming?" interesting.

DYKG teams up with our lord and savior JonTron for this episode. The six minute video tackles the development cycle of remake to new game across the Zelda series. The team also unscrambles some of the gibberish spoken by Chuchus and Midna. We even get a look into Eiji Aonuma's marriage. What a juicy scoop, eh?

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The hype train for the upcoming Hyrule Warriors isn't running out of fuel anytime soon. Koei Tecmo has recently uploaded another entry in their character series, this time focusing on Sheik, who hails from the main series Zelda game Ocarina of Time. In this video, she is seen fighting with a deadly combination of her harp and throwing knives, and looks fantastic doing so. But don't take my word for it; click ahead to view this awesome video for yourself!

The Legend of Zelda has managed to creep its way into the world of virtual gaming, starting with the Oculus Rift. To me, this is possibly the most exciting implementation of a Zelda game thus far because it really opens doors for the franchise as a whole. Click inside to watch a playthrough of the game take place!

The weird and wacky life simulator, Tomodachi Life, has been fairing well in its maiden voyage into Western territories. Over a month after its release, it's still climbing the charts in the UK, even outstripping Mario Kart 8. The strong, if unorthodox, advertisements are likely helping its continued success, and the most recent one throws the Legend of Zelda into the mix. Check out the video inside!

The speedrunning scene as a whole is something to marvel at. The amount of time some people have spent perfecting their execution of all the different techniques required for faster times is nothing short of impressive. Ocarina of Time is one of the most popular games to speedrun, and for good reason. There are many categories that Ocarina speedrunners can choose from, but as far as I'm aware, the most difficult category would probably have to be 100% Completion, as it requires many hours of focused gameplay with dozens of precise glitches to be performed correctly. Check out the time and video inside!

Many of us Zelda fans are aware of the recently announced collector edition bundles set to release in Japan along with Hyrule Warriors. If you were hoping for a preview of these little treasures before hand, you can see them for yourself after the jump.

While Darunia has made an awesome appearance at San Diego Comic-Con, in a newer demo of Hyrule Warriors, we've still been anticipating his character trailer. It is epic! Here we can take a look at a wider range of his special attacks and their devastating effects in the Death Mountain stage. If you've been wanting to see more of the Goron Chief in action, the video awaits you inside.

Majora's Mask has become a fan favorite game of the Zelda series in recent years; the main quest may be shorter than most titles of the franchise, but the side content, characters, and world of the game ensure that it constantly stands out to many of us.

When it comes to speed running Majora's Mask 100%, however, that side content can make things incredibly tricky, especially with the in-game clock factored in: you can't always jump straight from one task to another, as you have to wait for certain points in the three day cycle to start certain quests. And that just makes a new speed run record all the more impressive, which was obtained just a short while ago. Jump inside to check out the new world record video!

Warning: This post contains potential spoilers for Hyrule Warriors.

Recently, we've been given a lot of gameplay videos from the upcoming Hyrule Warriors, and today is no exception. This time, we are getting a look at the popular magic user who has been getting too little attention, Lana. The video is in Japanese, but we get to see a decent amount of her attacks as well as how her, Princess Agitha, and Midna become connected in the game. Click the jump to watch the video.

Nintendo has always been open to the idea of working with publishers to include exclusive Nintendo themed costumes for hit franchises on their consoles. Tekken Tag Tournament 2 did this by allowing you to unlock costume "sets" and Bayonetta 2 has confirmed a couple of Nintendo themed skins as well. In December of last year, Link's equipment was released as DLC for the Japan version of Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate through an exclusive spot distribution; now, Capcom has revealed at SDCC that this content is getting a western release as well. Click the jump to read on and check out the reveal video for yourself.