Only the remnants of a once vibrant society remain. With no memories of the past, exploration is the only tool at your disposal for uncovering the truth about your surroundings. It is this characteristic of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild that piques my interest in its focus on environmental storytelling – and the story of the land itself. Looking back on past entries in the series, I can’t help but make a correlation between the Zelda games and the many themes connecting it to sustainability.
Admit it, Zelda fans, there was likely a time when you wanted to dress up like Link. With Musterbrand’s new line of Zelda-inspired clothes, now you can feel like a hero and be fashionable at the same time! It’s perfect for someone who doesn’t want to go out looking exactly like Link but would like something a little more subtle.
Viz Media recently revealed that it has the publishing rights for the Super Mario Adventures comic and The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess manga now rolling out in Japan.
This post has been edited by the GamesBeat staff. Opinions of community writers do not necessarily reflect those of the staff. Editor's Note from Stephanie Carmichael: Hyrule Warriors may be a spin-off, but Erich notes that it's one of the most progressive Zelda games to date.
Brick-builders Tiago Catarino and David Pickett have pieced together highly detailed builds of Mario and Bowser out of LEGO.
Tales of Symphonia is coming to Steam in early 2016. Originally released on the Nintendo GameCube, the classic JRPG found its way to PS2 and was given an HD makeover for PS3. According to the official Tales of blog, the HD version will now also be ported to Steam.
Bandai Namco Games has announced it will be bringing Sword Art Online: Lost Song to the Americas.
Nintendo of America has announced that the next wave of amiibo will be on store shelves on September 11, 2015.
Atlus and Vanillaware are teaming up to release an HD remake of Odin Sphere for the PS4, PS3, and PS Vita.
At a special Monster Hunter event held in Tokyo and later shown on a Nintendo Direct for Japan, Monster Hunter X and Poka Poka Airou Village DX, two new Monster Hunter titles, have been announced for the 3DS.