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UPDATE: As it turns out, this is not a Legend of Zelda project, rather a “Zelda” project about novelist Zelda Fitzgerald. We apologize for the misunderstanding (although perhaps some of you are relieved to hear this).
A few months ago the internet was abuzz with rumors that an unprecedented live action Legend of Zelda series was coming to Netflix. A few weeks ago we reported that those rumors were being discredited by Nintendo President Satoru Iwata.
Well, just now, the folks over at Season Zero reported that the series is still a-go, this time being produced by Amazon for their streaming service. Not only that, but the series is already in production, with filming of the pilot happening in August.
The pilot is apparently going to air in early 2016, possibly to go along with the eventual release of Zelda for Wii U.
What do you think? Is this pilot a great idea, or the worst thing ever to happen to the series? Or do you not think it will happen at all? Let us know in the comments below.
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At the time of this writing our friends over at Zeldathon are already over 24 hours into their most recent charity marathon, Zeldathon Deluxe. This time, they have the goal of raising an unprecedented $150,000 for Charity Water, who provide water and infrastructure to developing nations.
This time, the Zeldathon team are spicing things up by implementing the Deluxe Adventure system, which requires games to be unlocked by reaching certain donation goals, but they can then be upgraded by reaching stretch goals before the game is started, for example, running the original Legend of Zelda without the sword.
Earlier today, a video accidently marked as public on Youtube showed that Nintendo’s E3 digital event is going to reveal a 3DS port of Hyrule Warriors.
The port is expected to feature all DLC characters out of the box, as well as two new characters, Tetra and The King of Red Lions complete with boat transformation. The port will also add the ability to switch characters on the fly during battle. A mysterious new Ocarina item is also teased at the very end of the trailer.
You can watch the trailer where it is currently being hosted here, as well as the GameXplain take on it above.
Here at Zelda Eternity, we’ve reported on many fan comedy videos featuring the Legend of Zelda universe. Racing for Rupees, however, uses Source Filmmaker to take the whole idea to the next level. Created by Youtuber Callegos-Y, this one follows Link trying to scrounge up the cash for a new shield, and landing himself in deep trouble.
Found it funny? Check out Callegos-Y’s Youtube channel here, and maybe consider subscribing.
A little while back, we reported on rumors that Netflix was producing a live action original series based on The Legend of Zelda. More recently, we reported that it had come out that these rumors were false.
That, however, didn’t stop famous Youtube comedy channel Smosh from making a “leaked” trailer. It’s quite a good laugh, so be sure to give it a watch.
Be warned, it is slightly adult.
If you enjoyed that, be sure to check out the Smosh Youtube channel here.
Today, the hard hitting journalists at Zelda Eternity are coming to you with an earth-shattering exclusive report!
I’m warning you, the content of this article could change your entire world view, and some parts of it are very disturbing, so viewer (reader?) discretion is advised.
I was doing tireless research playing A Link to the Past when I noticed something. Take a look at this image:
Notice anything unusual? Look again:
Clearly the only explanation is that the entire Legend of Zelda series is a conspiracy by the Illuminati to do something nefarious, I’m sure.
Not convinced? Hit the jump for the rest of this hard-hitting exclusive.
In an unusual move for Nintendo, a recent video labeled as a “Zelda Development Update” was uploaded to the Nintendo of Europe YouTube channel, featuring only Zelda series director Eiji Aonuma directly addressing the audience to discuss the development of the upcoming Legend of Zelda title for Wii U.
Unfortunately, the message wasn’t that the game is going along swimmingly and we can expect it by Christmas. Instead, he reported on his decision to fulfill the Wii U’s capabilities and make Zelda for Wii U the best game it can possibly be, regardless of how it effects the game’s development schedule.
What this boils down to is that Zelda probably won’t be reaching store shelves until 2016. The good news is that, if all goes according to plan, our patience will reward us with possibly the greatest Zelda experience yet, featuring a rich open world and many new gameplay possibilities not yet conceived of by fans.
What do you think? Do you think Aonuma’s decision is the best in the long run, or can you simply not bear to wait? Let us know in the comments below.
Early last month, the internet was abuzz on account of a Wall Street Journal article claiming that Netflix was working on developing an original series based on The Legend of Zelda. This would have been a big deal, considering that Nintendo has been very cautious about allowing their IPs to be adapted into movies or TV series.
It was, however, not meant to be. Nintendo president Satoru Iwata recently went on record with Time Magazine to dispel the rumors:
“As of now, I have nothing new to share with you in regard to the use of our IPs for any TV shows or films, but I can at least confirm that the article in question is not based on correct information.”
What do you think? Are you disappointed? Do you think Nintendo shouldn’t allow their IPs to be adapted? Let us know in the comments below.
American board game company USAopoly has achieved quite a bit of fame in gaming circles for their board games based on licensed Nintendo franchises. Near the top of the list is Nintendo Monopoly, as well as Super Mario Bros. Chess. Now they’re bringing Nintendo characters to even more tabletop games with the announcement of Yahtzee: The Legend of Zelda and TACDEX: Super Mario.
The Zelda variant of the popular dice game will feature a dice cup shaped like a treasure chest, and should retail for around $20. It sounds like something great to pick up if you happen to be a fan of Zelda and tabletop games. If you’re interested, be sure to keep an eye on USAopoly’s website, where the game will become available in late spring.