Ever wondered what you’d get for completing all the StreetPass Shadow Link challenges in The Legend of Zelda A Link Between Worlds? Or whether a bonus boss actually appeared in the game in any form? If so, it turns out someone on GameFAQs has found the answer! So who is this mystery opponent? Keep reading to find out!
To the point in which the game is currently the lowest selling 3D Mario game in the entire series, even to the point of doing worse than Super Mario 64 DS (a remake). Indeed, in the launch week, the game has merely sold 106,000 copies compared to the two or three times that which every other 3D Mario title has sold. You can find the stats in the full article…
Not that this should have surprised absolutely anyone, but now Nintendo has officially came out and confirmed this as one of the reasons the 2DS was even made. But wait, that’s not all! Oh no, guess what else it says? That the 2DS was made on request for the marketing department! Read the full quote after the break…
Like Nintendo fan games/mods and their attempts at improving upon the Mario, Zelda or Pokemon series? Like the feel of E3 and other such events where a huge amount of fantastic new video games are shown for the first time? Well you’re now in luck, since the Nintendo fan game community is now currently holding this year’s Nintendo Community Fan Game Convention!
With the Legend of Zelda series finally getting a new game on 3DS after the console’s two years on the market, expectations were running high. A sequel to A Link to the Past in a familiar style? A proper overworld to explore with a ton of interesting content and connected locations? Difficult arcade based gameplay? That all sounded a tad ambitious back when the game was first shown. Heck, some people were even worried this title was going to hurt the legacy of the SNES classic with its association alone. Thankfully though, everything has turne d out fine. And based on my recent full playthrough of The Legend of Zelda A Link Between Worlds, I can hence say that the […]
Nintendo UK has now just released the official UK launch trailer for The Legend of Zelda A Link Between Worlds. It’s a tad late (the game was released a good three or so days ago, and I’d already beaten the normal mode with all heart pieces, items, collatables and upgrades prior to this point), but it should be a nice video to get people interested in the title.
Oh, this isn’t good. Apparently, with 150,000 Xbox One consoles sold in the UK in 48 hours, the new system is literally just a few thousand units away from beating the Wii U’s total lifetime sales in the region. So basically, all of Nintendo UK’s marketing efforts have pretty much been for nought, since their rivals are actually outselling their lifetime ‘records’ in just a matter of days rather than months.
It’s fairly unexpected given the complete lack of new information about the game recently, but Nintendo has now released some more screenshots of Kirby’s first 3DS game, Kirby Triple Deluxe! So head inside and read the full post to see them for yourself!
Wonder when in the Zelda timeline The Legend of Zelda A Link Between Worlds takes place (other than being after the first Link to the Past)? Curious how it connects to the other games? Well it seems you’re in luck, since Nintendo of America has posted an image showing where it fits in the timeline on their Twitter account. See the image, as well as the general info about the game’s placement, in the full post!
And what’s more, it’s not just a graphical glitch like you might expect, but something actually useful for making the game easier. How much easier? Well let me put it this way; the glitch lets you completely skip the boss fight in Skull Woods. As in, have the dungeon counted as complete without having to take down the boss.