We at Zelda Informer recently shared an interview with Jason Michael Paul, producer of The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses. Conducted by German gaming channel 10doTV, the interview offered some interesting insights on the symphony's production behind-the-scenes. If you were hoping to hear more, the channel also took the time to speak with Zelda Symphony conductor Amy Anderson, who shared a bit about the challenges and satisfactions of conducting and performing Zelda music live on stage...

Official Art for the "Songs of Zelda" Kickstarter by Feri Gonzales

If you're a fan of quality video game music and aren't familiar with the name "Eimear Noone",  you should be.  Whether you've listened to the soundtrack of World of Warcraft (for which she composed) or the Zelda Symphony 25th Anniversary CD, seen her conduct for Symphony of the Goddesses, Video Games Live, or even in The Dublin International Game Music Festival (iDIG Music Fest) she created, you've been exposed to her incredible musical skill and passion for video game music. 

Despite the wide breadth of her musical involvements, Noone has returned yet again to The Legend of Zelda in order to unite her passions for the iconic video game franchise and her Irish heritage which she holds closely to her heart - a winning combination, according to the hundreds of backers supporting her latest endeavor: "Songs of Zelda: A Link to the Celts"...

Throughout his adventures in Ocarina of Time, Link encounters a number of eligible ladies who could be seen as viable love interests, and it's long been a subject of fan debate who among them, if any, won the Hero of Time's heart. But in reality, we can determine that most of these women couldn't have settled down with Link due to how the events in the Adult Link Timeline differ from those in the Child Link Timeline, as well as other factors. When we look at the hard facts, it becomes clear that if Link ended up with any love interest from Ocarina of Time, it would have been Malon...

From the creepy, yet profound Majora's Mask to the zany and colorful A Link Between Worlds, Zelda has shown itself to be a diverse, multifaceted series. Fans of dark fantasy flocked to buy the franchise's best selling installment, Twilight Princess, while Wind Waker, which harkened in the era of Toon Link, became the source of divisive controversy. Some might say that Zelda's diversity in terms of style, is a strength. Gamers can choose from epic quests like Ocarina of Time and entertaining romps like the upcoming Tri Force Heroes. However, this variability in style has divided fans...

E3 this year came with a new surprise Legend of Zelda release: Tri Force Heroes. There have been countless online posts and debates popping up about almost every aspect of the game: gameplay, the style component, and the unique story to name a few. It seems as though Tri Force Heroes appears to be more promising than expected...

The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses visited Germany a few months ago, performing shows in both Düsseldorf and Munich. Before the event in Düsseldorf, concert producer Jason Michael Paul was interviewed by German gaming channel 10doTV. During the interview, he shared about his experiences collaborating with Zelda creators and touched on the possibility of a Nintendo all-star concert...

YouTube channel Really Freakin' Clever has uploaded the fourth part to 64 Things Wrong With Majora's Mask, and this time around it's all about the side quests.

If you're a newcomer to the series, let me give you a little history on how 64 Things Wrong With started. It began as an April Fool's joke, where the narrator would point out every "flaw" he stumbled across during his playthrough...

A few months ago, we were told that Jakks Pacific was releasing a new 20" Link figure modeled after Skyward Sword Link. Although the figure won't be available until September according to ToyWiz, PixelDan was able to get his hands on one earlier than the rest of us. Recently, he uploaded a review of Jakks Pacific's handiwork which you can view above.

Overall, PixelDan seems pretty pleased with the Link figure. I especially like the box art...

Welcome back to our Sunday Weekly Feature: ZI Votes! Essentially our community poll for the week, ZI Votes puts a question out to the community based on recent happenings in Zelda, and tries to get an idea of where Zelda Informer stands on it.  Last week, we were celebrating the impending release of the original Ocarina of Time on the Wii U Virtual Console (now available both in Europe and in North America), and asked which title should be next. With over 500 votes...

Youtuber Craig Warrack has a passion for bringing characters to life by custom building them as action figures. Warrack has outdone himself by creating his biggest figure to date, Ganon from the Legend of Zelda series. The figure is fully articulated, giving Warrack the ability to pose Ganon in any way he desires...