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You may remember a few months back we wrote about an intense Bolero of Fire cover coordinated by the folks at STL OcarinaNintendo Life’s own Alex Olney got his hands on a similar ocarina from STL’s line, the 12 Hole Tenor. He was kind enough to give us a bit more insight on how it plays and sounds in their latest video review…

Mojang’s massive open-world sandbox game Minecraft and it’s hyperactive community are always overflowing with the most magnificent builds from mining addicts across the globe, and within the pile of cubic rubble are a vast majority of absolutely brilliant replicas – and this Majoras Mask Opening Sequence recreation is one of those dazzling gems. Crafted by YouTube user Slickpacho146 and his team, the cinematic sequence fully…

Ocarina of Time is one of gaming’s crown jewels. Even though it’s turning seventeen years old later this November, it’s never had a problem staying relevant. Whether its players are adventuring with friends, speed-running for charity, or enjoying it for their first time on N64 or 3DS, people are still playing this game. YouTube Channel Super Scrub Brothers member ATwerkingYoshi has decided to pick up the task of playing the game beginning to end but with a Dance Dance Revolution Pad. Trust me, it appears to work much better than it sounds…

Sailor Moon and Majora’s Mask were born to have their own crossover. They both obsess over the moon, both have guys who wear masks, and are both dealing with an overwhelming evil set out to destroy the world, so why not put the two together? Laura Kerger, known as ArtistGamerGirl on YouTube, did just that in her latest animation by showing us Link’s true Fierce Deity transformation process, in Sailor Moon fashion…

If you are like me, there are enemies in the Legend of Zelda series that give you the willies—and for good reason too! One enemy in particular that I just cannot stand is the Skulltula, with those creepy-looking skulls that cover the entirety of the spider’s abdomen, maybe even taking the place of the abdomen itself…

An amazing and talented crafter named Linda, also known as Eponases, recreated the iconic stained glass window from the Wind Waker in cross stitching! This beautiful piece took 8 months to create. The above video is comprised of 585 progress images that were taken during the crafting process. The stitching was done on 18 count aida, the final piece being 34cm x 22.5cm (13.5″ x 8.7″), and required 37,446 stitches to complete…

After a serious amount of urging from the viewers, the brilliant mind behind “Top10Memes” presents the highly anticipated Top 10 Facts: The Legend of Zelda

Have you ever pondered making your own creations to show your love of the Legend of Zelda series? Do you envy the work of your favorite artists and wished you could create similar works of art? With the help of this fan made tutorial, you can receive a guided start, and some practice making these three Legend of Zelda charms…

There are many ways that fans show their love of the Legend of Zelda series. Some fans will bring their favorite character to life through Cosplay, other fans will create music, statues, sewn objects, and other artwork to show their appreciation of the series. Artwork, whether it is digital or hand drawn, takes a strong amount of patience and hours at a time to complete. One fan recreated an iconic boss battle between Link and Ganon from the original Legend of Zelda

There are a great number of musicians out there who happen to be fervent fans of The Legend of Zelda series. From acoustic covers, to jazzy arrangements, to grand orchestrations, it’s difficult to find an interpretation that mesh with one’s own. This week, we had the pleasure of chatting with one such individual about his work, his relation to Zelda and video game music in general, and his future plans. You may know him from either of his Majora’s Mask arrangements – “Waiting for the Dawn” or “Termina’s Demise (Oath to Order)” – or from his varied compositions on the Harmony of Heroes album of Super Smash Bros. music, or he might be a brand new name to you. Whatever the case, learn more…