The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past News

Fans launch Kickstarter for unlicensed Zelda animated series

UPDATE: 17/07/2015 5.15pm: The Zelda anime series Kickstarter has been removed.

According to project lead Michael Patch, Nintendo never sent a cease and desist order, but it was rather backlash from other fans that convinced Patch to pull the plug.

[Editor's note: It appears that the Kickstarter campaign received a copyright strike after all. It came from Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP, a firm that's represented Nintendo in the past. This strike and Aeipathy's resignation post both went up on 15th July. We're currently investigating the order in which these went up.]

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A Link to the Past awakens on the Wii U eShop

As does the Toki Tori dev's puzzler Rush.

If playing the recent Zelda, A Link Between Worlds, put you in the mood to revisit a certain classic 1991 Nintendo adventure, you're in luck as A Link to the Past is coming to the Wii U's eShop on 12th December.

SNES celebrates 20th birthday in UK

Eurogamer blows out the candles, dust.

1992 was the year Bill Clinton became US President, Charles and Di split and, on the 11th April, when Nintendo launched its new console in the UK. The Super Nintendo Entertainment System cost 150.

3D Classics Kirby's Adventure launches on Nintendo eShop

3D Classics Kirby's Adventure launches on Nintendo eShop

Plus: Bugs'N'Balls, Jam City Rollergirls.

3D Classics Kirby's Adventure launches on the Nintendo eShop tomorrow.

It is a re-mastered version of the classic NES adventure game with 3D visuals for 3DS and costs 5.40 / €6.

Elsewhere, this week's eShop update brings us Bugs'N'Balls for 3DS and DSi. The aim is to throw balls from your side of the table to your opponent's side while dodging balls they throw at you. On 3DS it is 1.80 / €2 and from the DSi Shop it is 200 Nintendo DSi Points.

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Zelda movie rumour rubbished

Reggie said nothing of the sort.

Following the emergence of rumours that a Legend of Zelda movie adaptation is in the works, Nintendo has informed Eurogamer that said rumours are in fact utter lies.