Posts Tagged ‘zelda’

Zelda Orchestral Concert Tomorrow in Portland, Oregon

by Josh Boykinon September 22, 2017
Video game concerts are growing in frequency, bringing game music to real life. One of Nintendo’s premier franchises gets the symphonic treatment tomorrow in Portland, Oregon with The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses. Matching a full orchestra with videos of various Zelda games, the concert blends old and new media for the audience. […]

Zelda: Breath of the Wild Trailer – Innovating or Playing Catch Up? – H4G

by hard4gameson June 20, 2016
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – our thoughts, predictions, and the question: is Nintendo finally innovating again or are they playing catch up? The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s trailer premiered at E3 2016 and showcased an extended glimpse of the new Zelda title for Wii U and the upcoming […]

Ura Zelda – DeepWood Shrine Beta Dungeon Re-Creation

by hard4gameson September 6, 2015
H4G demos the new Ura Zelda DeepWood Shrine from Project Beta Triforce!   The DeepWood Shrine is based on the prototype/unused Temple of the Woods or early Deku Tree. The goal of the project is to bring to light possible development/beta elements from the pre-release version of Ocarina of Time. These include not only textures, […]

Play As Dark Link – Zelda 64 Beta Quest & Hacking

by hard4gameson February 24, 2015
Play as Dark Link in the Temple of Time! See the unused Ocarina Pedestal! Hard4Games uses a Gameshark Pro to hack The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and discover unused content. (See the video’s description on YouTube for the long, long, list of codes)

Link: The Faces of Evil – Philips CD-i Review (IE: The Meaninglessness of Life)

by hard4gameson January 13, 2015
Zelda for the Philips CD-i!? Developed by Animation Magic, Link: The Faces of Evil and its sibling game; The Wand of Gamelon were released on the same day in 1993 for the ill-fated Philips CD-i console.

Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon – Philips CD-i Review

by hard4gameson January 6, 2015
Experience the horror of the non-canonical Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon.  Developed by Animation Magic, The Wand of Gamelon and its sibling game; Faces of Evil were released on the same day in 1993 for the ill-fated Philips CD-i console.

Majora’s Mask 3D to come in a limited-edition bundle with figurine

by Ramon Arandaon January 6, 2015
When The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D launches later this year for the Nintendo 3DS, a limited-edition bundle will also be available that includes a figurine of the Skull Kid for $49.99. Then bundle will launch on the same day as the standalone game, which as of now has not been revealed (date). Majora’s […]

Zelda 64 – Beta Quest & Hacking

by hard4gameson October 14, 2014
Locate a hidden triforce transition, reset the controls back to the alpha build, add glow to Link’s sword, and more! Check out Hard4Games as we hack Zelda 64 for the Nintendo 64! All codes from linkssword123 – Check out his channel: And don’t forget to follow us!  

Hyrule Warriors pre-order details revealed!

by David Pooleon August 11, 2014
During the Nintendo Direct showcasing Hyrule Warriors, the upcoming Dynasty Warriors/Legend of Zelda hybrid, Nintendo revealed that alternate costumes for Link and Zelda would be available from various retailers that would be announced later on.  Well it seems those retailers have been revealed, as GameStop,, and Best Buy have all revealed their retail exclusive […]

Hyrule Warriors pre-order DLC includes knitted Zelda scarf

by Dragos Dobreon August 5, 2014
For the first time in the company’s history, Nintendo is offering a pre-order incentive for everyone who decides to buy Hyrule Warriors early. If you live in Europe or UK, you’ll be receiving a real-life replica of Link’s knitted scarf, while if you live in US you’ll get just a bunch of in-game costumes from […]

Gaming with Killatia Super Smash Bros Melee

by killatiaon May 26, 2014
Today on Gaming With KIllatia we take a look at Super Smash Brothers Melee for the Nintendo Gamecube. Its the second and the most popular entry into the smash Brothers franchise that started back in 1999. How great is it? Watch to find out! Facebook: Twitter: