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Zelda merchandise is something that a lot fans own. Having Link standing on top of your shelf can show your guests that yes, you do play Zelda games. If you're looking for more merchandise to adorn your place of residence, these Twilight Princess Figmas may be what you're looking for.

Link can be preordered here for $48.99 USD, and comes with three different face plates...

Speed runners will often take their journey to new heights by using glitches to progress through a game faster. The Legend of Zelda is no different, as fans have been using glitches in the game for years. Recently, a new one has been discovered that will allow players to get to Princess Zelda and essentially beat the game in under four minutes. This glitch only works on version 1.1 of the Japanese Famicom version, so unfortunately most of us won't be able to try this out ourselves...

What's for dinner, Link? Nintendo captioned a new Breath of the Wild clip with this very question. As one of the game's survival elements, the player can use various ingredients to create food items for Link. As an example, spicy peppers will allow Link to run around in shorts while exploring snowy areas, because they raise his body temperature enough so he doesn't meet a freezing death...

You have no doubt heard about the fancy new art book that has been promised to feature all of the official artwork ever from the Zelda series. Our friends in the west will have to wait until February 2017 to grab this delightful book, but in usual fashion, our friends in Japan have been blessed with having this book in their hands already. Thankfully, the book is available for...

We still don't know when Breath of the Wild, its amiibo, or Nintendo NX will be launching. We do know NX is publicly slated for a March release, but as for Breath of the Wild and its amiibo, we can only guess. Nintendo of France recently gave us a possibility as to when they will be available for the public, as many report their website is boasting a release date of March 4th, 2017.

It should be noted this is a Saturday, as most Nintendo releases tend to fall on Fridays...

Nintendo has restarted their social media campaign to advertise Breath of the Wild after taking a week or two off (remember all those small video snippets they were posting?). Today, Nintendo UK has tweeted out four brand new screenshots for Breath of the Wild featuring some of the various Bokoblin, all of which can be found in the opening area of the game (thus, their campaign still stems around just the demo area). While they are the most prominent enemy type by far in this area of the game, they also have some of the best AI an enemy has ever had in the Zelda series and feel like living...

Normally, leaks and rumors for huge games (games on the scale of, say, Zelda) spread like wildfire because the hype machine known as the Internet. Before E3 2016, we were desperate for any information of Breath of the Wild, then known as "Zelda Wii U/Zelda U." Nintendo was silent regarding the game, which pushed a gamer by the name of RedVersion on GameFAQ to leak two small screenshots...

The numbers are in, and they certainly paint Zelda in a good light regarding digital sales for the past week. The new Wii U eShop charts show the newly re-released Skyward Sword at #1 on the best-selling list, as The Wind Waker HD sits at #2. All in all, there are six Zelda games on the Wii U charts alone, so check them out...

With 2016 being Zelda’s 30th anniversary, there have been nonstop news from the new Zelda game, Breath of the Wild, including a new release from the Ocarina of Time manga. Written and illustrated by Akira Himekawa, the Legendary Edition of this manga will have new colored art pieces and will be released this upcoming November. A new look at Amazon however, has revealed that there will three more Legendary Edition novels, that include Volumes 2 through 4 for different Zelda games that are all available for pre-ordering…

On September 1st Nintendo announced four brand new Zelda related amiibo that are releasing this year in celebration of the 30th anniversary. The amiibo themselves will work with Breath of the Wild in some way, though those details will be released later this year. Until then, we can take solice in knowing that they are available right now on Amazon. You can nab the Ocarina of Time inspired amiibo here. The twin pack for The Wind Waker is here, while the classic 8-bit Link version is available here...