Hi, everyone. An awaited end has come to a long week, and we're ready to begin yet another entry in Zelda Informer's weekly Photoshop Contest. We learned earlier this week that Nintendo has lofty E3 plans for Zelda Upromising two extended demos with an estimated playtime of 90 minutes. Needless to say, we are losing our collective minds with excitement thinking about the possible places these lengthy demos will take us. We won't know what's in store for sure until E3, but that doesn't mean we can't speculate using the magic of Photoshop. Share your predictions with us this week, as well as check out the winners of last week's contest: Zelda Feature Film...

At this year's E3 we will assuredly have a title finally for the much anticipated The Legend of Zelda for Wii U. Over the years Nintendo has tried many different types of titles. There are those that give away key plot points (A Link Between Worlds), those that reference in game characters or items (Twilight PrincessOcarina of Time), and also those that are rather vague and adventure like (The Adventure of Link). There is no right or wrong way to pick a title for a game - so far every title has worked and there are often very few complaints. That doesn't mean that we all don't have a certain type of title we prefer...

YouTuber The Ocarina Geek uploaded his version of "Great Fairy's Fountain (Milk Bar)" from A Link Between Worlds. In this cover, he creates a soothing melody with his Ocarina, which is backed by a simple guitar accompaniment...

The weekly Wii U eShop charts have been published once again. While it's good to see Ocarina of Time on the list once more, it's Phantom Hourglass that stole the show in the software sales dept., standing at #2. Surpassing Ocarina of Time and Twilight Princess HD (which is, once again, absent) and spotting in at #2 is no small feat for this game. Apparently it has more than meets the eye...

Custom PCs are awesome, nothing new there. However, there are some creative folk out there who go the extra mile...

Remember your first play through of A Link to the Past? Walking into the castle for the first time, the powerful music hitting your ears as you scour the castle looking for Princess Zelda? Well, how about we relive those beautiful memories, with a slight twist. From YouTuber Jonny Atma we have a metal cover of Hyrule Castle's Theme by GaMetal. Armed with various instruments and an electric guitar featuring Boos from Super Mario, Johnny has arranged the classic song to make a unique sound that is reminiscent of the good old days...

 

Today, we bring you another installment of Zelda Theory by Dr. Wily on YouTube. You're playing Ocarina of Time and rolling around Hyrule Field at nighttime when suddenly, Stalchildren. Everywhere. But why? Why do these un-dead creatures exist? Well, that's what Dr. Wily wants to figure out. He starts off by taking into consideration several theories as to what these Stalchildren could be and why they exist in Hyrule Field. We also see different variations of these enemies in different games, Stalfos and Wolfos for example...

A release window for this Skyward Sword Link PVC figure has been announced, now available November 2016. It will be available for 15,800 yen (about $133), plus tax and shipping. From today until July 27, 2016 at 7:00 a.m. EST you can pre-order this figure if you want to snag one. I know I would...

Earlier this week, an image of a shoe box was posted on Instagram that revealed the Nintendo Vans collaboration should turn out well. The first shoe box is designed like a classic Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)...

This debate is going to need a bit of framing. When you look into any open world game there is always a fine balance between making a world that is believable versus making one that is extremely content rich. Skyward Sword wasn't an open world game, but some really enjoy the idea of the overworld being a big puzzle. This would be on the extreme end of content rich exploration - you're constantly doing something to progress forward in the world. The Zelda series has never technically had vast believable worlds, but these are regular occurrences in many other open world games. From Skyrim to the...