The final pick in the first round of the AGL Video Game Character Draft, going fourth overall to the Shibuya Reapers, Link from the Legend of Zelda.
Defender of Hyrule, savior of princesses, nemesis of pig-like megalomaniacs, this Hylian kid brings courage and power to his new squad. He helped popularize an entire genre of gaming. He plays a mean ocarina too. It is not known at this time if Navi will be accompanying Link to Shibuya. Here’s hoping she doesn’t.
For those eager Zelda fan who haven’t already done so, don’t forget to buy your Legend of Zelda Symphony Tour tickets. We’ll be sure to attend one of the many of events and share our thoughts. Here’s the full list:
Developer: Nintendo Genre: Action/Adventure Original Platform: Gamecube Original Release Date: March 24, 2003
ESRB: E – Everyone
The story of a young boy growing up on a small, serene island floating on a vast ocean holding unknown wonders to explore and mysteries to solve, Wind Waker is undoubtedly one of the most exciting adventure games ever made. With a unique, memorable, and stimulating storyline, this title easily lives up to what one would expect from a series as renowned as the Legend of Zelda.
The Legend of Zelda series is, without a doubt, an exceptional franchise. With the recent release of Skyward Sword and the celebration of its 25th anniversary, the Addicted-Gamers’ team thought it would be appropriate to produce an updated list of the weirdest Zelda characters. The Zelda universe is filled with numerous bizarre and uncanny personas so we have done our best to narrow down the best candidates (it wasn’t easy), but no more blabbering. Here it is, Addicted-Gamer’s top 10 Zelda Weirdos:
With releases like Diablo III, Bioshock Infinite, and Halo 4 on the horizon, it’s not a stretch to predict that 2012 will be a big year for gaming. Many gamers are already eagerly awaiting the day these new titles will hit shelves to continue the legacies fans have been enjoying for years. But if you’re a fan of video game music, there will be a little something more to look forward to in the coming months.
Nintendo of America announced the schedule for the Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses Tour via a link on their Twitter account earlier today. While very limited information has been released so far, the Symphony Tour is slated to hit major cities across North America throughout 2012. At this time, concerts are scheduled to be held in Texas, Washington, California, Colorado, Arizona, Georgia, and Florida in the United States as well as British Columbia, Quebec, and Ontario in Canada.
You can view the full schedule and purchase tickets on the Zelda Symphony’s website.
Publisher: Nintendo Developer: Nintendo Genre: Adventure Players: Single Release Date: Nov. 20, 2011 Rated: E10+
It’s been a long time coming but the latest title in the legendary franchise is here with the arrival of the Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. Fans have waited patiently for 5 years, which is the longest gap between instalments within the series’ history. Throughout its development information was sparsely unveiled, leaving the game with an essence of obscurity and enthusiasts of the series deprived and lusting for more. As the months approached closer to the eve of its release, the hype grew sky-high. Will this be another legacy for our hero in green tights or is the series on the verge of its decline?
This could officially be the second game I ever play on the Wii. This game looks fantastic. I haven’t beaten a Zelda game since Zelda II: Link’s Awakening. There’s an entire generation of gamers who have probably never even seen that game.