It's amazing the things people can do with Unreal Engine 4. We have seen so many areas from Zelda recreated using the engine and today we have a short look at Hyrule Castle Town from Ocarina of TimeThose familiar with playing Ocarina of Time know that, when venturing into the town, the camera is at a fixed angle and players can't really explore or get a good look at Castle Town. Players can't dive into the area like they can in other places of the game. Thankfully, that's not the case in this video...

Back in the good old days, we saw the release of The Legend of Zelda on the original NES. Shortly after followed Zelda II: The Adventures of Link. Even with a different game play aspect and the quirky reception the game received, The Adventures of Link still holds it's place as "Zelda 2" and a true sequel in the lineup of Zelda games. People growing up with both these titles probably have fond memories of playing them on the console that started it all. Then came the release of the Zelda's 3rd game,  A Link to The Past. Being featured on a new console, that was the end of our NES adventures...

Harpist and Ocarina Player Amy Turk brings us a mash up of the two "Lost Woods" themes from Ocarina of Time and Twilight Princess. She starts off with the calming, slow beat of Twilight Princess, using the harp...

Zeldathon: Recovery has an announcement video on YouTube, courtesy of SuperMCGamer. This Zelda marathon will be start on June 17th at 4:00 PM EST on Twitch. All of the money donated to the marathon will go to Direct Relief, a charity that supplies medicine and other medical needs in areas that face disasters... 

Ravetheguitarist returns to YouTube after a hiatus, and he graces us with a rock version of "The Great Sea" from The Wind Waker. He begins his cover with a snare drum beat before moving on to playing an electric guitar. Ravetheguitarist captures the horns from the original song with an ocarina...

New YouTuber Omen Kuro has uploaded a rap remix by Akuma the Prodigy of The Legend of Zelda theme. The rap is entitled "Listen" and details the lengths a gamer will go through to complete the games he or she adores. The remix of the theme is dub-step like and has a horn being played continuously throughout the song...

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...