Luxurious Zelda 3DS Carrying Case Added To Club Nintendo Europe


Club Nintendo members in Europe have got yet another reason to be pleased, providing they have got some stars, as Club Nintendo Europe have just added a luxurious Legend of Zelda Nintendo 3DS carrying case. The extravagant case isn’t cheap and will set you back 4,000 Stars. Still, it’s a very nice item to be gifted.

Emblazoned with the iconic Hylian Crest from The Legend of Zelda series, this neat carry case is just the ticket for pencils, toiletries – or even a Nintendo 3DS and some Game Cards! Fashioned from dark green nylon, it features a useful carry handle, plus a gold-coloured zip complete with two slider grips – one is stamped with a Zelda Heart Container emblem, the other with the Club Nintendo logo. Don’t forget it the next time you set off on an adventure! Dimensions approximately 19.5cm x 12cm x 6.5cm.

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Nintendo Publishes “Link’s Hijinks” Webcomic

Nintendo has published The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Hijinks which is a webcomic on their official Play Nintendo site. It is a gag comic based around The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. It’s a special comic created by Mr. Komatsu and was originally published in Japanese manga magazine CoroCoro Comics Special. You can check it out, right here.

Zelda Symphony Of The Goddesses Master Quest World Tour Gets Additional Dates

Good news for those of you who wish to pay a visit to one of The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses events as Nintendo has announced that they have extended the tour. For those interested we have listed the dates when the tour should hopefully be visiting your city or country. More details can be found on the Symphony of the Goddesses official website.

  • August 29, San Francisco, CA
  • September 10, Durham, NC
  • September 11, St. Louis, MO
  • September 12, St. Louis, MO
  • September 13, St. Louis, MO
  • September 16, Washington, DC
  • September 18, Philadelphia, PA
  • September 25, Providence, RI
  • October 1, Chicago, IL
  • October 2, Indianapolis, IN
  • October 3, Milwaukee, WI
  • October 13, New York, NY
  • October 15, Salt Lake City, UT
  • October 18, Columbus, OH
  • October 22, Huston, TX
  • October 24, Dallas, TX
  • October 25, Portland, OR
  • November 8, Hamburg, DE
  • November 11, Amsterdam, NL
  • November 12, Brussels, BE
  • November 13, Madrid, ES
  • November 14, Barcelona, ES
  • November 15, Rome, IT
  • November 21, Zurich, CH
  • November 22, Dublin, IE
  • December 5, San Jose, CA

Nintendo Still Isn’t Sure Where Zelda Tri Force Heroes Fits In Zelda Timeline

One question that keeps popping up in interview regarding the forthcoming The Legend of Zelda: Tri-Force Heroes is where does the game fit with regard to the Zelda timeline? Game Informer chased this up with the director of The Legend of Zelda: Tri-Force Heroes, Hiromasa Shikata, and you can read his response below.

“That’s a tough question. The Zelda timeline is quite complicated if you look at the history of Zelda I think you can see there are three branches. I can’t really designate which one of those branches we’re looking at, but as far as the design itself, it really is Link Between Worlds. But it’s not – as far as a timeframe – before or after. We haven’t really settled on or said that.”

Refurbished 32GB Wii U With Zelda Wind Waker HD And Nintendo Land For $235

Want to get yourself a cheap Wii U? Well look no further than the Nintendo Online Store. You can grab a refurbished 32GB Wii U console with The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD and Nintendo Land for $235, which is a great price. The Wii U has a nice back catalogue of games so it is worth hunting around on Amazon to find yourself some bargains.

Nintendo Has No Plans For Amiibo Support In Zelda: Tri Force Heroes

The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes is one Nintendo game that won’t feature amiibo support. The developers have told IGN that they have no intention of shoehorning amiibo support in the game as it is simply unnecessary and isn’t a natural fit for the game. Here’s what the game’s director Hiromasa Shikata had to say.

“I think it’s really something as simple as this game isn’t a natural fit for it. I think [that’s] because we’re focused on giving players the ability to choose different outfits to impact their experience within the game. We didn’t think amiibo added anything other than what games with it are already doing. There’s no reason to shoehorn it in.”

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The Legend Of Zelda Ocarina Of Time Coming To European Wii U Virtual Console On Thursday

Good news for Zelda fans as Nintendo UK has tweeted that The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time will be coming to the European Wii U Virtual Console this Thursday. Nintendo of America has yet to announce when the critically acclaimed game will arrive on the North American Wii U eShop, but hopefully it shouldn’t be too long. Many were surprised by the news, as one would have thought that they were still trying to push the Nintendo 3DS version.