Quite a few outfits have already been announced for Tri Force Heroes, and several have been hinted at as well. While it may seem like we've seen a lot of the in-game costumes already, there are many more unannounced outfits to be included. In a recent interview with IGN, director Hiromasa Shikata explained that there are "so many" costumes planned for the game that players may need about three months of gameplay to unlock every single one...

Fans have been a bit concerned with how they will find teammates in Tri Force Heroes. While we've already heard that the game will include both local and online play, we still weren't completely clear on the details. Director Hiromasa Shikata recently cleared up some of the confusion in an interview with IGN. In the interview, he explained how Tri Force Heroes will feature local, regional, and world online play, and he explained how flexible the match-making will be when filling out your team...

The Keaton Mask appears as a wearable item in Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask. Regardless of it holding any real powers or special abilities, other than disguising its wearer as a Keaton, it quickly became a fan favorite of the series. Which, to no surprise, became The Wolf of Bees Workshop’s latest creation...

The origins of Tri Force Heroes are rather interesting. While the Zelda team has wanted to revisit multiplayer Zelda for some time, serious consideration to do so didn't begin until A Link Between Worlds was in development. Even more interesting is how Eiji Aonuma's desire to experiment with more multiplayer like experiences is linked back to his work on a SNES game called Marvelous: Another Treasure Island - a game that only released in Japan. Also, while Mr. Miyamoto initially shot down the first concept attempt at A Link Between Worlds, he instantly approved the very first concept...

HORI is releasing another Zelda related Nintendo accessory for the Wii U. This time around it's a Battlepad featuring 3 turbo settings and the iconic Hylian Crest. The design mimics a GameCube controller and works with all Classic Controller and Classic Controller Pro compatible games including Super Mario 3D World, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, Mario Kart 8, and most virtual console titles. It definitely looks slick...

Many have wondered if Tri Force Heroes will have a place in the Zelda series' official timeline. Frustratingly, we've received somewhat conflicting reports on the subject from the game's director and other sources within Nintendo. Regardless, some fans have questioned whether or not the story premised for Tri Force Heroes is actually fit for the timeline, citing it as too silly or childish. Today, we want to really examine the relationship between a Zelda's game tone and its placement in the series' canon. We want to know if a Zelda story really can be too silly for the official timeline...

While Tri Force Heroes has had a mixed reaction from Zelda fans on the internet, it had an overwhelmingly positive reaction from attendees at E3 as it was nominated for best handheld game at E3 2015 by the Game Critics Awards. It is going up against Fallout Shelter (currently available on phones and tablets), Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam (3DS), and Persona 4: Dancing All Night (Vita)...

Another Cosplay of the Week is upon us, and this time around I've got something a little bit different to show you all. This weeks feature is of a Cosplay by the creative Chochomaru (AKA Mary Mann) of Deviant Art, and is her interpretation of the all powerful Majora!

Instead of just going with a plain outfit and having Majora's Mask as the feature, she's gone above and beyond with this costume and created her own concept...

In a recent interview with IGN, Tri Force Heroes' developer Hiromasa Shikata attempted to explain why there will be no playable female character in the game. The following is an excerpt that only includes Shikata's comments, but you can view IGN's questions and responses in the full interview here...

Recently, a fan created his own bartop arcade cabinet for Ocarina of Time, and you can too! That is, if you're willing to buy the materials, follow a long list of instructions, and put in the hours it takes to create this masterpiece. It may be tough, but the end result is glorious. A full-sized image of the finished cabinet can be viewed in the gallery below.

The instructions and steps on how to make this retro-looking machine were uploaded here to a website called Instructables. Materials needed will be...