The Legend of Zelda Features
For a gang of idiots, they were pretty smart.
Skyward Sword, baby, we all want to see you succeed on the Switch. You just need to re-invent yourself.
The music for The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening conveys emotion like no other soundtrack in the series.
Sometimes video games go on a sudden mission to make you feel things, and you get dragged along for the ride when you least expect it.
PODCAST | Recapping Zelda's big night at The Game Awards, Kat's initial experiences with Xenoblade Chronicles 2, and more.
Despite Breath of the Wild's forgettable quests and repetitive foes, it rises above its lackluster structure through other means.
What's Nintendo got up its sleeve for E3 2017? We've got a few ideas -- and a sizable wish list.
Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle describes Peach as "The Badass Princess." Hah, as if! Right...?
Let's celebrate World Turtle Day by counting down the ten best (unstomped) digital terrapins!
It's only a rumor, but a it's a feasible one. Which begs the question: Given Super Mario Run's failure to make cash, what can we expect from a mobile Zelda game?
Squadalah! We're off, Link-chan!
CLASSIC DEEP DIVE | We commemorate the 25th anniversary of A Link to the Past’s release in North America by diving deep into what makes it great.
Miyamoto designed the first Zelda game to offer us an idea of what exploring a new world was like, and now he's being treated to a full realization of that initial dream.
Zelda comes full circle.
Zelda II has problems, but it should also be praised for showing us a side of Hyrule we usually don't get to see.
In less than two weeks, a new archery-savvy heroine will be playable on our screens with Horizon Zero Dawn's Aloy. And it got us thinking, what are the best bows in video games?
An extensive Game Informer article reveals tons of new info about Breath of the Wild. We've sorted and collected the cool stuff.
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword isn't a widely loved Zelda game, but it has a lot of elements worth re-visiting.
It might not have been the most faithful adaptation, but Link's animated adventures stood slightly above typical kids' TV dreck.
Finally, a Legend of Zelda that cuts to the chase.
After three decades, are Zelda for NES and its direct sequel Zelda II still worth rapping about? The podcast gang deliberates.
With a very lean E3 incoming and no Legend of Zelda Wii U this holiday, supporters of Nintendo's rapidly-dying system can be forgiven for feeling slighted.
This week, USgamer's classic gaming podcast explores Link's 1998 leap into the world of 3D gaming.
The year 1994 arrives, and with it some of the greatest games ever made. Our year-by-year video guide to the best of Super NES continues!
What do Tom Cruise, Tim Curry, the '80s, and the N64 all have in common?
Kat finally got the original Zelda off her bucket list this year. Here's what she found.
With the Wii U installment nowhere to be seen, two revamped rereleases will hopefully make The Legend of Zelda part of the conversation again.
Mike looks at the best Hollywood actors available for live-action adaptations of Nintendo's franchises.
The new Legend of Zelda is still listed as "TBD" on Nintendo's schedule. Could it be released on the Wii U and NX?
The masterminds behind the latest Legend of Zelda talk about their new release, and a missed opportunity to stick Link in his Birthday Suit.
Tri Force Heroes is merely the latest example of Nintendo responding to cultural criticism in a simple, direct, and decidedly undramatic fashion.
This day in video game history: The Master System's action RPG gem is born.
We find a game to represent each of the stages of Joseph Campbell's famous monomyth.
Revisit one of Link's strangest adventures with a solid hour of the 2000 N64 original.
We have a handy summation of everything you need to know about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for the Nintendo Switch and Wii U.
Nintendo hasn't made their latest Zelda remake any easier—just a bit more manageable.
The Wii U is home to the best console exclusives of this generation, but that hasn't helped it gain an edge over the competition. Can 2015 be the year Nintendo gains more traction?
Freedom alone does not a great game make. Here are four upcoming titles that could shake things up.
The composer behind some of gaming's most legendary tunes reflects on the many changes he's experienced in his 30-year career at Nintendo.
Insights into the collaboration between Nintendo and Tecmo Koei, and what Eiji Aonuma learned from the process. Plus, the story behind Female Link.
Kat plays Hyrule Warriors, then jumps into Castlevania: Rondo of Blood and Ninja Gaiden.
USgamer's editors come together to pay tribute to a great actor, gamer, and father.
Now that the show is over, we sort out our favorites. First up, editor Jeremy Parish weighs in on his picks of the show.
This morning saw Eiji Aonuma boast about the scope of his latest creation. If he has the courage of his convictions, this new Zelda could be just what the series needs.