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Greetings, ZI fans. Are you all up for yet another Zelda Informer Caption Contest? The release of Breath of the Wild‘s first DLC is only a few days away, so the contest has been highlighting the new features heading to the game. Last week focused on one of Link’s new costumes, and it appears this week’s contest will catch a glimpse at BotW‘s Travel Medallion.

Welcome back, us! We’ve been gone for two weeks due to some real life stuff, but we’re back to talk about Nintendo’s E3! We review the news, and also learn that Andy hates Kirby, which was an interesting piece of news in and of itself. I’ve been messing around with some audio settings, so hopefully the audio’s been better. It’s a bit difficult when I can’t control the entire environment, but hey, what are you gonna do? Enjoy! Podbean |…

Hey there, friends. I was a bit too busy trekking around E3 last week to post a new contest, but I have returned, with plenty of new screenshots from the upcoming Breath of the Wild DLC no less. The Switch game’s first DLC pack The Master Trials drops later this month, adding several new costumes to Link’s wardrobe. One outfit featured in the latest trailer was the Tingle costume, and something that fabulous just couldn’t be ignored by the Caption…

The first of two DLC for Breath of the Wild will be releasing in a little less than two weeks, and it’s jam-packed with several new features that will give Zelda fans hours and hours of new gameplay. Just to quickly recap what we’re expecting in this upcoming DLC, we’ll be getting a Master Mode that will make gameplay significantly more challenging, a trial to enhance the Master Sword known as the Trial of the Sword, the Hero’s Path tacking…

Happy Saturday, everybody. What say you to yet another Zelda Informer Photoshop Contest? E3 2017 has come and gone, and the Nintendo fanbase definitely has a lot to look forward to in the coming year. One announcement that intrigued Zelda fans was the reveal of Breath of the Wild‘s second DLC pack, The Champions’ Ballad. We know very little about the pack right now, so we figured we’d let all of you throw out predictions during this week’s contest.

On their first day of E3, Nintendo decided to showcase The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s first DLC, showing gameplay of what will appear in the first DLC pack as well as showing a trailer for the second DLC pack. In celebration of both, I will give a rundown of what we know about both DLCs so that you can decide which one you’re more hyped for. Breath of the Wild‘s first DLC pack, the Master Trials, adds…

Breath of the Wild is a game as deep as it is broad. Hyrule isn’t just massive, it hides a wealth of secrets, Easter eggs and features that continue to surprise players hours beyond their departure from The Great Plateau. Massive, snaking, elemental dragons that soar through the sky, skeletal Stalhorses that can be ridden until they crumble at the break of day and even the emergence of the rupee-snatching Great Fairys, Breath of the Wild offers a plethora of…

Happy Saturday, everyone. Let’s get the weekend started the right way with Zelda Informer’s well-renowned Photoshop Contest. With E3 only a few days away, the gaming community at large is hankering to see all the exciting new games and speculating on the unforeseen surprises that are due to be revealed. Nintendo has a hefty line-up for this year’s show, including Super Mario Odyssey and Splatoon 2, but of course we’re all hoping that The Legend of Zelda won’t be completely…

From the moment Link stepped out into the world of Breath of the Wild, it was clear the game was huge. From the vantage point of a treacherous cliff face with an ever so inviting drop, Breath of the Wild unfolds, but just how long does it take to grasp the feral heart of the greatest Zelda in years? The Great Plateau deftly introduces the core mechanics of climbing, shrine solving and cooking, having to become the Bear Grylls of Hyrule…

Nintendo’s E3 Press Conference is less than a week away. This year promises to focus big on Nintendo’s upcoming titles like Super Mario Odyssey, Splatoon 2, and Metroid (okay, maybe not that last one). While The Legend of Zelda dominated Nintendo’s E3 presentation last year — it was literally the only game they showed — it looks to have a much smaller presence this year. Of course, we can still expect some information on Breath of the Wild’s upcoming Winter…