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A little over a week after the Smash Bros. eShop sales, it has become clear why Link and his games were conspicuously absent from the festivities. Nintendo of Europe is going big on the way to its release of Hyrule Warriors, putting every Zelda game on the eshop on sale for the next couple weeks. As if this weren't enough, those who do purchase one of the titles during this period of time will be able to buy the upcoming crossover title for 10% off - or even the incredible A Link Between Worlds for...

We reported on the latest bug present in the new Hyrule Warriors update, but the update itself also added a few features as well... such as the ability to select what music you want to be playing during each stage. We have footage of this for an entire stage along with a second video showing off a few more clips. It's a really neat feature and something that is slowly becoming a normal thing in video games today. It would be really neat if they created a music player for the Wii U that lets supported games have their tracks playable in it. Nintendo, I'll give you that idea for free...

Here's an odd one today. While the recent Hyrule Warriors update fixed a lot of things, it also opened up an entirely new bug that is at least far more entertaining than the old one. The original bug before the update saw characters equiping items and weapons from other characters, but still using their own moveset. Now not only do they equip other items from other characters, they use their movesets too! Instead of fixing the original bug, it seems to have gotten worse - worse in a way that is totally amazing...

With under two weeks until the Japanese release of the 3DS iteration, the news about the next Smash Bros. game has been nonstop. While this week's heavy hitters on that front included a new character reveal and the return of a favorite of ours here at ZI, Famitsu has still been churning out news about the characters who have already been revealed. This week, we got four scans featuring the fighters from the Pokémon franchise, as well as a large number of the creatures who will be brought into the fray via the Poké Ball and Master Ball items...

Another week has gone by, which means that there is another week of Pic of the Day posts from Masahiro Sakurai. This has been a crazy weekend to say the least, with the official reveal of Shulk and the "not so official" one for Ganondorf. Amidst all of the chaos, we have tried to gather a weekly collection of Sakurai's Pic of the Day. This week was more about the mechanics of the game than screenshots of the action. The details include information on the Fiend's Scale, Spectator Mode, Challenges, and Character Customization...

Earlier this month, we reported that specific retailers were giving away exclusive DLC costume packs for Hyrule Warriors. Ever since then, we have been waiting for confirmation that the DLC packs were going to be made available by other means. We already know that Club Nintendo members who register their game will receive a code for an exclusive Ganondorf costume set. However, the other costume sets were stirring up a lot of controversy. People who wanted everything the game had to offer would be out of luck unless they bought the game from each retailer. Finally, we have confirmation...

After listening to Taylor Davis' new single, I decided that it had been too long since I listened to my Zelda playlist. So, I plugged in my headphones and have spent the last few hours listening to different renditions of songs from the entire series. During one of my meditative moments, I started thinking about all of the instruments that have been emphasized throughout the Zelda series. The ocarina is by far the instrument most associated with the series, but Link and his friends have played all sorts of others including a guitar, bongos, a harp, and even whistle weed. This got me thinking...

The official website for Super Smash Bros. has been updated to give details on general items, Pokémon, and assist trophies in the newest entries. There's a little new and old in every category, but we are going to take a look at everything that has been detailed on the website. For players who just enjoy Smash as a casual experience with friends, the items look promising as far as creating a fun and fair experience. If you lean more on the competitive side however, you may or may not see these items depending on how you prefer to play. Either way, there are definitely some new tactics and strategies...

After yesterday's announcement that Amiibo was available for pre-order, the figures have jumped to the top spots on Amazon's sales list. Though the top two spots still belong to PlayStation Digital Codes, Link has taken the number three spot, making it the highest selling physical gaming product on Amazon. Amazon has confirmed $12.99 as the Pre-Order Price Guarantee, and the product includes Amazon Prime benefits. If you haven't already...

Nintendo has announced that it is holding a free community event for Hyrule Warriors today in Seattle, Washington. The event is open to the public but will have limited space. However, if you have a Zelda themed cosplay stashed away, you can wear it to jump to the front of the line. If you are in the Seattle area and don't have any plans tonight, stop by the Renaissance Seattle Hotel to play the game, take pictures with a cosplay actor, and even enter for a chance to win...