- Zelda Eternity
For over 2 years the folks over at Game Art HQ have been working on a project called Link’s Blacklist, a collaborative art tribute to the cornucopia of nefarious creatures skulking through the hallowed halls of the Zelda series.
They just recently updated the project with a handful of new pieces, including some of the bosses of A Link Between Worlds, bringing the total count up above 200!
This massive collaboration of over 40 artists is nothing to sneeze at, so be sure to check it out here (slightly NSFW).
Gaze in awe at some examples after the jump.
Over the past few weeks a deluge of new information has come forth regarding Tecmo Koei’s upcoming Zelda spinoff game Hyrule Warriors. The first bit we got came from Famitsu magazine which revealed two brand new playable characters, who we now have extended details and screenshots for.
The first of these is an original character named Lana, the “White Witch.” She is apparently a magic user with a highly light and mobile fighting style, heavy in running and jumping.
The second fighter is a bit more unusual. Appearing as a playable fighter will be Agitha of Twilight Princess fame. Yes, that Agitha. The bug lady. She will, however, be just as imposing as any other of Hyrule’s warriors, as she fights using giant beetles and super-powered butterflies.
We also got a handful of plot details. Zant will be appearing in some capacity, that is, at least as a villain. It is unknown at this time whether or not he will be playable. We will also be seeing the Moon from Majora’s Mask, as well as something called the “Door of Reincarnation.”
For more details, check out the original article by My Nintendo News here.
Hit the jump to see some screenshots.
Here at Zelda Eternity, we’re big fans of artsy homages to the Zelda series. It seems that if you share in this appreciation, Belgian artist Vadu Amka is your man, as his custom modded consoles are top-notch eye candy for art loving gamers.
While he mods consoles to honor many different gaming franchises, several of the pieces featured in his extensive resume are related to our beloved Zelda series, and these examples happen to be particularly easy on the eyes.
Hit the jump if you want to get that feeling of wishing you have something that you’ll never have.
Having multiple playable characters is a bit of uncharted territory for the Zelda series, but with Hyrule Warriors coming up fast, it won’t stay that way for long. Here’s everything we already know about the roster of playable characters appearing in Hyrule Warriors, plus a bit of speculation to keep it interesting.
Read up after the jump!
A new episode of The Spoils Bag has been uploaded to our YouTube channel! This time we round up all the news about The Legend of Zelda at E3 and bring it to you in a 6 minute video
with bloopers! Huzzah!
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Tune in for more Spoils Bag in the upcoming weeks!
Fans have high hopes for the new Zelda game coming to Wii U next year, and part of having high hopes for a game is hoping that it will fix the issues afflicting its predecessors.
Well, Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma recently went on record with Jason Schreier of Kotaku at E3, and revealed that one of the most commonly criticized features of Skyward Sword, its tutorials, are being tweaked and toned down for the long awaited Wii U installment.
Check out what he said after the jump.
The release date to the upcoming Dynasty Warriors/Zelda crossover, Hyrule Warriors, is fast approaching, and after a spectacular showing at E3 this year, the hype among Zelda fans worldwide is tangible. For Zelda fans in the series’ country of origin, Tecmo Koei is pouring coal into the furnace of the Japanese hype locamotive– and no coal burns better in this industry than the coal of pack-in bonuses.
A recent job posting over at Grezzo, the company behind the Ocarina of Time 3D remake, has hinted that they may be working on a new Zelda-related project, asking potential employees, “Would you like to make a Legend with us?” While this confirms nothing, all signs point to the early stages of Majora’s Mask 3D development. We’ll keep you updated as this story develops, and be sure to stick with Zelda Eternity for everything Zelda!
Nintendo’s E3 2014 Digital Event has just aired, and, with it, came our first glimpse at the new Legend of Zelda game for the Wii U. According to Mr. Aonuma, the game will return to its roots and feature a large, open world for players to explore fully, going even so far as to say that players will be able to traverse those mountains you see above that are far, far off into the distance.
At Nintendo’s E3 Digital Event today, they revealed a brand new trailer for Hyrule Warriors, the unorthodox crossover between The Legend of Zelda and Tecmo Koei’s Dynasty Warriors.
This game is beginning to look downright spectacular, so be sure to check out the trailer after the jump!