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Apparently there must have been some leftover stock, because a 20-inch Link figure that was supposed to be exclusive to the San Diego Comic-Con has gone on sale on ThinkGeek. Only 3000 of them were made. Link himself can hold the sword in either hand, though the shield was really only crafted to be held in the right hand. However, you can awkwardly twist the other hand to hold it...

Earlier today, Nintendo has officially released their plans for the upcoming PAX Prime 2015 event. Here are the plans that were released...

It would seem as if Majora's Mask 3D just won't go away in the UK; this handheld remake of a home console Zelda game just won't leave the top 10 best-selling digital downloads on the 3DS eShop. The game is still holding on to 9th place, with Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask trailing behind in 10th place.

Honestly, this bit of news is not surprising, since so many Zelda fans were supportive...

For the sixth week in a row, the first 3D Zelda title, Ocarina of Time, is still in second place in the Wii U eShop sales charts. As we stated before, Ocarina of Time simply won't go away. Trailing behind in 3rd place is Mario 64, and in first place is a more modern game: Splatoon. This begs the question: when will Ocarina of Time slip out of the top 5?

Interestingly enough, another Zelda title has made an appearance on the charts this week...

Releasing in February 2016, the Majora's Mask 3D version of the Link Nendoroid is arguably my favorite figure of its kind so far. For $41.99 you can preorder right now with free shipping. Doing so will also give you a free display case, which really sweetens the deal. With preorders now available, we have been graced with never-before-seen accessory pictures...

Clyde, known more commonly as Tomato/mato, recently livestreamed a complete playthrough of the first quest in a prototype version of The Legend of Zelda (NES). The purpose of the stream was to capture screenshots for a book he is helping create. While we won't embed every single video from the stream (you can find them all on his YouTube channel), we will embed his Level 9 video since it seems to show off the most changes from Level 9 in the final game during the first quest...

I know what you're thinking - man, they sure seem to post a lot about how Ocarina of Time is doing on the Wii U eShop charts. We hear you, but for some reason or another the game just won't go away. While last week it finally lost out on it's #1 ranking it held for 4 straight weeks to Child of Light, this week it still holds on to the #2 ranking. Why does this matter? Well, it doesn't - sales in general don't necessarily matter to fans - but for Nintendo it continues to show the strength of their 17 year old game. Child of Light fell from #1 to #7, while Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards...

The Symphony of the Goddesses train doesn't appear to be stopping anytime soon. Originally launched for the 25th anniversary back in 2011 and lasting 2 years in the original run, the show came back again for a second run titled "Master Quest" that will be running into 2016, the 30th anniversary of the Zelda series. It's an amazing experience that I hope many of you have or plan to enjoy in the future. Today however we have some extra special news thanks to a PR news letter. The October show in New York City is going to feature music from "yet-to-be-released-games"...

Last month, Nintendo decided to release the N64 Virtual Console version of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time on the Wii U eShop. Since then, the response has been phenomenal, despite the fact that its 3D remake is widely available on the Nintendo 3DS.

Today, Nintendo UK uploaded a video to their Twitter account, showing the eShop highlights of last month. Obviously Ocarina of Time was...

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is widely regarded as one of the best video games of all time, so it comes as no surprise that it is still ranked highly in charts and best selling lists internationally after 17 years. Last week, the game reached its fourth week at first place in the Nintendo eShop charts...