Entries in 'Zelda' (26)
Nintendo is backing its new Zelda 3DS game with an extensive Christmas marketing campaign.
The recently unveiled The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds 3DS XL bundle is set to launch in North America, according to an upcoming GameStop advertisement.
The collectible Zelda music box revealed by Nintendo earlier this week will not be a pre-order bonus after all.
Wii U UK sales rose by more than 685 per cent last week, Nintendo has told MCV.
Nintendo UK has set itself ambitious targets in its bid to rescue the ailing Wii U.
Nintendo says its HD update of GameCube classic The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker will help shift Wii U consoles.
A new video has offered a direct comparison between the 1080p visuals offered by The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD and the GameCube original.
Nintendo clearly wants consumers to buy a digital version of The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD.
As previously rumoured, Nintendo will be bundling its Wind Waker remake in with the Wii U this Christmas.
The HD remake of The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker will be released October 2013.
A Zelda art book is currently the best selling title on the mighty Amazon.com.
Well, of course they were coming out - but Nintendo has name-checked the lot, and a few will be playable at E3.
Gave us a proper lump in the throat, this.
A retail listing for a 3DS version of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask has appeared – and quickly disappeared – from GAME’s website.
A Wii U version of The Legend of Zelda is currently in the research and development phase at Nintendo.
Wii U is getting its own Wii Sports-style title in the form of NintendoLand.
In a rare occurrence, download sales figures have been released a Nintendo platform.
As Skyward Sword hits shelves, members of Nintendo’s UK team share their favourite memories from The Legend of Zelda series.
The UK games trade shares its favourite Legend of Zelda moments including GAME's Ian Shepherd, Capcom's David Reeves, Ubisoft's Murray Pannell and more.
Ancient swords, muscle cars, magic LEGO, Olympian hedgehogs, Racoon-suited plumbers and 5ft purple dildo bats – there's something for everyone.
Nintendo has been celebrating Zelda’s 25 years with re-releases, a symphony concert tour and more. Junior product manager Roger Langford runs us through the celebrations.
It’s something that’s unthinkable today, but back in 1985 Shigeru Miyamoto’s team was developing two titles at the same time.
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is so accessible that a five-year-old can play it, claims Nintendo.
The latest Legend of Zelda title has been award 40/40 by Japanese gaming bible Famitsu.
In 1987 Nintendo introduced European gamers to The Legend of Zelda.