Did you know that Pols, the rabbit-looking things in the original Legend of Zelda, are meant to be destroyed not with arrows but by talking into a microphone? And that the Japanese version of the Zelda board game was way better than the North American one?
Lego builder and Zelda superman, Joseph Zawarda spent an insane 2 and a half years building the Hyrule Castle from the Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. The19-year old recently unveiled his massive creation at Virginia’s BrickFair this August. The lego castle is so huge it takes two cars to move it.
The Wall Street Journal reports Netflix and Nintendo are in the early stages of producing a live-action series based on The Legend of Zelda.
If you only grew up playing the 3D versions of The Legend of Zelda games—instead of Link's more classic 2D overhead adventures—you probably won't fully appreciate how awesome these secret passageway decals really are.
We doubt anyone who grew up with an NES will forget the epic battles they fought in the original The Legend of Zelda game. But their kids probably have no idea what it's like to fight Ganon in just two dimensions. And that's why this reminder is so important.
Click to viewWhen you think about it, Zelda and Peach did let themselves get kidnapped a surprisingly high number of times. Call it Stockholm Syndrome, call it love; those princesses are literally asking for it.
Everything old is new again. And while the graphics of games like Super Mario Bros. and Zelda were blocky by necessity, the pixel has been reborn as an art form unto itself. Meet the Picassos of pixel art.
Click to viewImagine, if you will, being sucked into a parallel universe in which the original Nintendo Entertainment System was exactly the same, but games like The Legend of Zelda were rendered in 3D. Don't know what I mean? Watch this clip.
Those "His and Hers" special edition Nintendo DS Lite bundles we told you about a while back got official today. Available in pretty pink (with a paw print) or gold (with the Triforce logo!), they come with Nintendogs: Best Friends or Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass, respectively, and will cost $150 apiece when…
While it isn't officially licensed Zelda merchandise, the Hero Pack is probably the closest you'll ever get to swinging a Wii-enabled Master Sword without going the DIY route. This slightly miniaturized Hyrulean sword-and-shield combo is easy to assemble and designed to preserve all button and IR functionality. Live…
Although we finished the Zelda Twilight Princess game for the Wii back in November, we're kind of regretting the fact that we didn't wait until this Zelda Sword & Shield accessory was out before playing.
Our buddy Ramon (who if you remember, created the ultimate Legend of Zelda Wii mod) has done it again. This time he's taken an otherwise plain-Jane Nintendo DS Lite and turned it into a Legend of Zelda masterpiece that Miyamoto would be proud to use himself on the train to work every morning—that is, if he didn't have…
Hardcore Zelda fans will be able to start their descent into Hyrule once they pony up $74 for this bad boy. It's a real-life Hylian shield big enough to wear on your arm or hang on a wall.
If your youth was anything like ours, it was full of Kool Aid, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and lots and lots of Game & Watch. Marvel at how they can condense the day's advanced technology into something that costs $8.99 and comes in a keychain.
If you can get your hands on it, the Nintendo Wii is pretty great (except for that whole broken strap thing). It could use some color, though. Enter Deadly Computers' Steve, who painted his Wii black and then stenciled the Triforce onto it. Basically, it looks pretty banging. A few more pictures are on the other side.
The Nintendo Wii launched on Sunday to pretty much universal acclaim—Chen loved it quite literally, putting it down his pants. But not all is happy in Wii World, for some complaints are starting to trickle out. One of the earliest shots across the bow comes from one of Slate's fine writers. The treatise, entitled,…
With the Nintendo Wii coming out any month now, we at Giz have got the fever. And the only cure is more Zelda. But until Twilight Princess hits the shelves, we'll have to make do with this neat golden NES Zelda mod.