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Zelda Enthusiast Google Employee Hides Triforce Everywhere!

Zelda Enthusiast Google Employee Hides Triforce Everywhere! In Zelda news on Saturday 18 July 2009 Eagle-eyed Zelda fans have been noticing something strange about the custom logos that search engine Google uses on it’s homepage to mark special occasions - hidden away discretely in the image is none other than a Triforce! These images link back to Google employee Susie Sahim, who is known to be a huge Zelda fan. Now us Zelda fans have a game to play every time Google marks a special occasion...
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Community Projects Ahoy!

Community Projects Ahoy! In Zelda news on Tuesday 29 December 2009 Fanmade tributes are often very bad - you don’t need to look far to see some horrible Zelda fanfiction. But occasionally, fans can hit the mark pretty well. Staff member The Ocarina linked me to the two following pieces of fanmade Zelda works which may or may not fall into that category - you decide!The first of which is for the music lovers. Zelda Reorchestrated, a fan project dedicated to reworking classic Zelda tracks...
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Confused by the timeline theories? This will help…

Confused by the timeline theories? This will help… In Community on Friday 27 May 2011 Ah, the timeline. The bane of a Zelda fan’s existence. The cause of many a bitter feeling on Zelda forums. It seems like everyone has their own theory, that they will defend to the end of the earth. Some even argue there is no timeline! So how do we make sense of it all? Well, this fan made video will help. I’m not going to spoil it for you, but it’s hilarious, and definitely worth a watch: http://www...
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Quick Thoughts on Four Swords Anniversary Edition

Quick Thoughts on Four Swords Anniversary Edition In Opinions on Sunday 02 October 2011 I spent my Saturday playing Nintendo’s free anniversary gift for Zela fans, Four Swords Anniversary Edition. It was a strange announcement to make - that Nintendo were upgrading and re-releasing a game that was originally a short multiplayer extra included with Link to the Past on GBA, but it makes sense if you think about it. Very few people got the chance to play the original, as you needed a copy ...
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It’s Alive!

It’s Alive! In Site updates on Wednesday 25 May 2011 Hello there. I suppose you’re wonder what happened to the site over the last three or four months. Well, it’s not actually that exciting. I had to take some time out to finish my fourth year of uni - when you get to such an important time, something has to give, and unfortunately this was one of those things. I’m just a volunteer writer, and the only active newswriter, so when I left things kind of ground to a halt. But the good news...
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By decree of the King

By decree of the King In Site updates on Monday 14 June 2010 Surely the most exciting news Zelda fans are going to receive today - Zelda Elements is back. A bit rough around the edges for now, so expect a fuller-fleshed Community section, and proper skins for the various member features in the very near future. Oh also there’s every chance the site is broken in Windows-exclusive browsers as I haven’t had the chance to test it over there. Cripes. However, I decided to launch today because...
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Fan-Made 25th Anniversary Cartoons

Fan-Made 25th Anniversary Cartoons In Zelda news on Friday 14 October 2011 For Zelda’s 25th anniversary, Nintendo asked DSi and DSiXL owners to create their own Zelda cartoons using the in-built Flipnote Studio software. For cartoons designed on a DS touch screen, you may expect them to be quite static or not so detailed. You would be wrong! The fans have made some quite impressive shorts, and you can view the best of them at Kotaku: http://kotaku.com/5849773/zelda-fans-made-these-incredible...
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Mario to Use Zelda Weapon in Super Mario 3D Land

Mario to Use Zelda Weapon in Super Mario 3D Land In Zelda news on Friday 21 October 2011 Let’s talk about Mario for a few minutes. No, we’re not becoming Mario Elements, but Mario seems just as keen to celebrate Link’s 25th as much as we are. Nintendo already announced at E3 that a level in the upcoming 3DS game, Super Mario 3D Land, would feature a top-down dungeon level to honour Zelda, but it seems it doesn’t end there. Mario is getting a Zelda-inspired powerup! Alongside Mario’s famous...
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