We have all known for years that Ganondorf does actually have a surname. It was written in the Instruction Manual for The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past where he was named Ganondorf Dragmire but as the years have gone by, the surname has fallen into obscurity and there was doubt whether it was really his surname of if it was just something the localization translators added to build up the story. and character.
Following a minor update on the last day of March, Nintendo are back with yet another update for both versions of Breath of the Wild. Continue reading [Update] More Adjustments for Breath of the Wild as Version 1.1.2 is Available Now
Hey everyone! Mr. Panda here, with a special spoilercast about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild! We discuss the game’s story, characters, dungeons, and ending. Needless to say, this is a SPOILER WARNING, so listen to this after you’ve beaten the game. Without further ado, enjoy the spoilercast!
It seems that the Original The Legend Of Zelda on the NES was planned to be much different to what we know and love today. A Screenshot from an early build of the game, which can be seen in the newly released Hyrule Encyclopedia in Japan (Not out yet in the west I’m afraid) shows us what looks to be a dungeon select screen in first-person view. The final product however, did not utilize either of these features so it would be plausible that the image was came from a really early build of the game at the very beginning of the development stage. Zeldapower.com tweeted about it on their Twitter account and provided a lovely picture of it which you can see below. Continue reading Hyrule Encyclopedia Reveals Oldest Legend Of Zelda NES Screenshot From Early Build Of Game
WARNING! This Post May Contain Minor Spoilers!
I have been trying to find the words to describe this game and the time to write them. Alas, I have finally managed to find both and will now take my time to express my thoughts about The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild. I was never a fan of the name to start with and when the game was announced, I did feel a little disappointed that Nintendo’s biggest Zelda Game to date was named like a Discovery Channel Program. Name aside I still had high hopes for this game and the long wait that all of us Zelda fans have endured had me bordering fanatical obsession, constantly scouring the Internet for news that would shed more details about what was to be the best game ever coming to the Wii U (and the Switch).
A Paperback version of the Legend Of Zelda: Hyrule Historia has been found at a Kindergarten fair by a member of the Nintendo Force Team who have courteously taking a photo of it and tweeted it for all the world to see. After looking online, this paperback version is only available via the Scholastic Book Fair and can’t be bought by any other retail outlets (not counting ebay). It can cost around $20 but these days you can pick up the Hardback version for a few dollars more. There is also no telling if it includes the Skyward Sword Manga short on the final pages like the hardback version does.
Source: Nintendo Force (Twitter)
Not to be left out, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the latest Switch available game to have a downloadable patch released this week.
The update is of course version 1.1.1 and consists of adjustments that have been made to make for a pleasant gaming experience and for players wanting to download the patch, can of course do so whilst playing, or whilst the console is in Sleep Mode as that is proven to download 15% faster. (Update is also available for the Wii U version of Breath of the Wild.)
Additionally Breath of the Wild may not be the only game that receives a patch/update this week, as Has-Been Heroes has another one on the way, as does FAST RMX and as always, you can expect to learn about the updates, here at Miketendo64.
For Us in the west, it has felt like an age waiting for the relase of The Legend Of Zelda: Twilight Princess Manga by Akira Himekawa but alas the time has come and we can all get our hands on a copy of the first volume . As we know, this Manga series has been divided up into 4 volumes but do not despair as Amazon have already leaked a release date for the second volume of the Twilight Princess Manga which seems to be July 28th in the UK, August 8th in the US and a European release of August 24th.
The Manga is loosely based on the Nintendo Gamecube & Wii Game of the same name and provides more backstory to the characters that inhabit the world of Hyrule during the Story of Twilight Princess. Continue reading Twilight Princess Manga Vol 2 Available For Pre Order On Amazon & Release Dates Revealed
After the release of a three-part Making Of series that looks behind the scenes of the creation of Nintendo’s Biggest game to date, Zelda: Breath Of The Wild. Nintendo have just uploaded a extra “Bonus Session” episode which has a number of the Developers that worked on Breath Of The Wild talkingabout their favourite aspects of the game including favourite characters, shrines and more. You can see for yourself in the video below.
If you have yet to see any of the other videos in the Making of Series that look at the creation of the “Open-Air” concept, Characters and the beginning of it all, you can find them on our previous post (Video) The Making Of The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild.
Source: Nintendo (YouTube)
Welcome back to Let’s Talk About! The Miketendo64 series that comes in written, video and recorded form and in today’s edition, Mike and I are back to voice our views and opinions quite literally in today’s Let’s Talk About Podcast!
Coming up in today’s show, it’s been getting some perfect scores, the mere mention of dlc sent a lot of us into an outrage and it doesn’t have a Hard Mode! Let’s Talk About Breath of the Wild! Continue reading Let’s Talk About… Breath of the Wild (Incorporating Hard Mode with DLC)
Love The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild but have been waiting for the right opportunity to show off that love? Well that opportunity has come!
While My Nintendo for America has a Zelda wallpaper available that requires purchasing, the official Japanese Nintendo website has not one but two Breath of the Wild themed wallpapers that are perfect for both PC and smartphones and are available in 8 different sizes and you can the different styles right here. Continue reading [Random] Nintendo Offers Free Downloadable Breath of the Wild Wallpapers to All
The Hyrule Encyclopedia is now out in Japan and it is making waves as its contents reveal a change in the official timeline. A new Link is cast as the hero in both Oracle games and there’s a few other spoilers as well!
But this post isn’t about those changes, it’s about the book itself as today the official Zelda Twitter account shared some photos from the recently released book and we have those images right here:
Just as soon as details on an English version come to light, you can be sure to find them here on Miketendo64.
Source: @ZeldaOfficialJP (Twitter)
Nintendo Of America have just uploaded a new web series that dives into the Making Of The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild. The series is broken in to three episode and look into the how it began, the characters and story and the “Open-Air” Concept. If You are a Zelda Fan or even if you aren’t but are enjoying Breath Of The Wild regardless, you may find this series very interesting to watch. Because we are such nice guys and girls here at Miketendo64, we have done you the favour of having to look for these videos on Youtube and you can watch them directly below. Alternatively you can find them on Nintendo’s YouTube Channel.
Please note that these videos may contain spoiler to Breath Of The Wild, If you don’t want any Spoilers, turn away now.
Story & Characters
Source: Nintendo (YouTube)
This just in from Nintendo of America, a 3 Part behind the scenes video series regarding Breath of the Wild’s development will be debuting tomorrow, so make sure you free up some space in your schedule, because this series will be a must watch!
And just in case time zones aren’t your specialty, 6 a.m. PT is 9 a.m. ET, 13 p.m. UTC (UK) and 14 p.m. for most of Europe. But should you miss it entirely, we’ll be sure to share it on our site just as soon as we can.
Source: @NintendoAmerica (Twitter)
If you brought a Nintendo Switch, then there is a good chance that you’re not accessing the eShop on your Wii U, or you never had one to begin with, which means you’re missing out on something totally random. Continue reading [Random] Breath of the Wild Theme Can Now be Heard Whenever accessing the Wii U eShop