Entries in 'Zelda Week' (56)
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.
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.
“Majora’s Mask was my shit.”
With Zelda’s next epic chapter due in shops next Friday (November 18th), the producer of Skyward Sword has hinted at an exciting new 3D future for the series.
Ahead of its release on November 18th, the review embargo on Nintendo’s Wii title The Legends of Zelda: Skyward Sword has lifted.
Nintendo has confirmed that it is to launch a Limited Edition Zelda 3DS console in the UK.
With Warner’s Batman: Arkham City raking up record review scores over the last week, it looks like another all-time classic could be on the cards before the end of the ...
In celebration of its 25th birthday, Nintendo’s iconic Zelda franchise is to take the limelight at October’s GameCity6 event in Nottingham next month.
Nintendo has announced that a special version of acclaimed portable multiplayer hit The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords will be offered to DSi owners as a free download.
A limited edition gold Wiimote will be released alongside The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword.
GAMESCOM: Nintendo has dated a number of potentially blockbuster games as part of its Gamescom press avalanche.
Nintendo enjoyed a good week for 3DS thanks to the Zelda re-release.
Having very much taken the back seat to PSP in the weeks that have followed its debut in Japan, Nintendo 3DS is finally back at the top of Media Create's ...
Nintendo of Europe has announced that UK and Eurogamers have until June 30th to claim their free soundtrack offered to buyers of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
Nintendo of America has extended its offer for buyers of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D to claim a free soundtrack for the game.
GAME is offering 3DS owners the chance to pick up The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D for just 99p.
Zelda fans hoping for to pick up a commemorative collection of the pointy-eared hero's adventures this year will be disappointed.