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The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds has been out for almost a year, so it makes sense that it's not really the talk of the community anymore, especially with games like Hyrule Warriors and Zelda U on the way. Many still value it as one of the best games in the series, but it hasn't really gotten a lot of attention in the market outside of the cartridge or eShop. It seems people still prefer to buy products based on Ocarina of Time and Twilight Princess. However, it is still nice to see ALBW getting recognition in the form of physical products, like these hats for example.

The hats are available for pre-order...

Zelda collectors rejoice, for there is a new collectors item to be had! USAopoly has crafted another beautiful puzzle based on the series. The 550 piece puzzle details a golden map of Hyrule and measures 18"x24" when completed. Gamestop.com shows the puzzle to have a release date of September 2nd, but Amazon has it in stock and available for purchase. The price also varies depending on where you shop, but the MSRP on the USAopoly website values it at $9.95.

If you are looking to add to your collection, find a relaxing project, or simply want the finished product framed on your wall, I suggest...

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 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...

Today's Shulk announcement brought forth new images, including our very first look at Dark Link—a look that is assuredly a reskin for Link himself, just like in Brawl. There isn't much else to talk about here, so I wanted to bring up how bad I feel Nintendo did with the Skyward Sword look for Link. I love the way it looks on its own. but knowing it is supposed to be Skyward Sword Link... it feels ultra lazy, especially compared to what they have been doing for other characters in the game. Link is a fairly big name in video games, so if anything he is even more worthy of special treatment with new models. Sad times...

The U.S. Hyrule Warriors site has opened with some new screenshots and video, but it's not really anything we haven't seen before now that the game is out in Japan. I feel as though to be effective, the site should have been open a long time ago. Right now, it just feels like it exists to check off a box of requirements for a game, rather than for proper advertising material. Either way you can check out it now. Per usual, it contains the typical flash animations and neat video playing in the background type stuff that has become the norm for Nintendo websites...

We've known ever since the initial leak and finally video evidence that Ganondorf is coming back to Smash, but now we have something from Nintendo themselves on the matter. Ganondorf snuck his way into the Nintendo Direct this morning through a still image taken during a Smash event. You have to look really close, but he is the one located in the tiny circle next to Pikachu. If there was still folks doubting his inclusion because they refused to believe the leaks, no need to deny it anymore. Ganondorf is, in fact, coming back...

We now know what the packaging for the Amiibo figures looks like, thanks to the Pre-Orders now available at GameStop and Amazon. We have all of the packaging pictured for your in the gallery inside. I am still undecided how I will get the complete set, given how much it will cost to do so. I might just build up an initial grouping and ask for the rest for Christmas. Man, I haven't asked for action type figures for Christmas since I was 10...

This holiday season is proving that it is a good time to be a Nintendo fan. We have already covered a lot of great stuff this morning that was revealed during the Japan 3DS Direct, but there is still more to be said. The new models of the 3DS and 3DS LL/XL have caused an uproar with the inclusion of new controls and improved 3D, but the hardware is not the only thing being improved. System customization is getting a boost with an all new theme system for Nintendo's handheld featuring...