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5 Tips for Sharing ‘Breath of the Wild’ With Your Kids

5 Tips for Sharing ‘Breath of the Wild’ With Your Kids

When sharing ‘The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’ with my kids, I elected to follow the advice of southern rock luminaries 38 Special: “Just hold on loosely / But don’t let go.” Read More

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10 Things Parents Should Know About ‘Twilight Princess HD’

10 Things Parents Should Know About ‘Twilight Princess HD’

If you’re looking for a weighty diversion from ‘Splatoon’–and let’s be honest here, we’re all still playing ‘Splatoon’–then Nintendo’s next Wii U exclusive certainly fits the bill. You can embrace the darkness so as to restore the light in ‘The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD,’ a solid update to an old fan favorite available at retailers nationwide this Friday, March 4th. Here’s what you need to know. Read More

Oracle of Ages, Seasons on Sale via 3DS Virtual Console

If you’ve been sleeping on or were just sadly unaware of Nintendo’s Legend of Zelda eShop deals, the time to take advantage draws short. Game Boy Color classics The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages and Oracle of Seasons will be on sale for $4.99 (each) — that’s a cool buck off the regular retail price — until June 20th. Read More

The Legend of Robin (and Zelda)

The fact that the 3D redux of iconic Nintendo 64 game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is set to be released in North America this Sunday, which also happens to be Father’s Day, is apparently not lost on Nintendo … Read More

Game on the Cheap with Nintendo Selects

The merciless double whammy to the discriminating Wii gamer is that first-party Wii titles generally offer the system’s most engaging gaming experiences but are painfully slow to drop in price. For those who have found themselves in this unfortunate predicament, … Read More

25 Years of Zelda

In 1986, on February 21st, a game unlike any other was released to the Japanese public. With its sprawling world and labyrinthine dungeons, that game would break the mold of traditional console games forever. The first cartridge game to sport … Read More