The Legend of Zelda has a significant and passionate fanbase worldwide, and one of its defining parts is its music. In the Olympics women’s floor routine, gymnasts are allowed their own choice of music for their choreographed routine. Mexican gymnast (and geek) Elsa Garcia Rodriguez performed her floor routine to a symphonic Zelda melody; a musical arrangement by violinist Lindsay [...]
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The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, led by conductor Eímear Noone, brought a packed Mann Center to its feet for three encores - a triumphant achievement.
This week, instead of bringing you and artsy, thought-out fan film, we’re showing you a film that only took 24 hours to produce. And it is funny. YouTube group Yosemiteland recently posted a short Zelda film for a Nintendo contest. On December 16th, 2011 Nintendo sponsored a 24 hour film challenge where eight teams of four people were given only [...]
Here’s some really cool artwork by Dan Jones. Love the fake hipster glasses on Ganon.
Nintendo released a new trailer at Comic-Con. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is the first official Zelda game since The Twilight Princess. The game is designed specifically for the Wii, with the Wii MotionPlus accessory, players will have the ability to match Link’s precise movements. Skyward Sword will release September 25, 2011.
One of my favorite sounds in all of video gaming. The sound that accompanies the opening of a treasure chest in all Zelda games. Mire que nice. The guys at instructables.com show you how to make your own. Full instructions on how to make this charming chest can be found here.