The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D News

Live-action Legend of Zelda fan film trailer released

Live-action Legend of Zelda fan film trailer released

We Zora few before, this might be the best yet.

A team of talented Zelda fans have released a trailer for The Legend of Zelda: The Final Battle, their upcoming live-action film.

The Final Battle will centre around the finale of N64 classic Ocarina of Time, as Zelda hero Link faces off against the evil Ganondorf.

Fairy companion Navi and noble steed Epona also put in appearances.

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Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses 2015 concert tour dates announced

The official Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses concert tour returns in 2015 for a new round of performances.

Now subtitled Symphony of the Goddesses: Master Quest, 2015's updated set list includes new compositions and old favourites.

Among the new additions are musical and visual excerpts from 3DS adventure The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds and the upcoming Majora's Mask 3D remake.

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Nintendo adds more full retail games to the 3DS eShop

Ocarina 3D, SMB 3D Land, Star Fox 64 and Mario Kart 7 available now.

We knew that Nintendo was in the process of making more full-priced retail 3DS games accessible via the digital market and now its brought several of the platform's best games to the eShop.

3DS price cut sees Japanese sales soar

3DS price cut sees Japanese sales soar

Best week since system's launch.

3DS sales figures have shot through the roof in Japan after Nintendo's worldwide price cut took effect last week.

3DS sold 214,821 units between 8th and 14th August, according to chart company Enterbrain (via Famitsu). That's the highest weekly amount since the 3DS launched in February.

Two weeks earlier, 3DS sales were 16,415 units a week. (News of the price cut impacted sales the week after.)

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Nintendo to offer free Zelda tickets

For symphony-loving UK Club Nintendo fans.

UK Club Nintendo members will soon be given the chance to win free tickets to London's Zelda Symphony tour, Nintendo has told Eurogamer.

London Zelda Anniversary concert details

London Zelda Anniversary concert details

25th October, 33.75 for a ticket.

The Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary concert tour will play a one-off performance at London's HMV Hammersmith Apollo on 25th October, Nintendo has announced.

Places will be extremely limited - it's the only date planned for the whole of Europe.

Tickets are priced at 33.75 and go on sale 8th August from Ticketmaster and Zelda-Symphony.com.

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UK 3DS price to be 150-155 - analyst

HMV will "pass on" discount to shoppers.

While shops discuss tactics, analyst Piers Harding-Rolls predicted that the Nintendo 3DS UK recommended retail price (RRP) will fall to between 150 and 155.

Early Ocarina of Time set in single castle

Miyamoto recalls Mario 64-esque structure.

The original concept for N64 classic Zelda: Ocarina of Time saw the game play out entirely within the confines of Ganon's castle, according to creator Shigeru Miyamoto.

StreetPass at HMV for 10% discount

Collect Mii characters for money off.

If you pop into your local HMV with your Nintendo 3DS and use its StreetPass feature to collect a "HMV store Mii", the nice people behind the tills will give you 10 per cent off a Nintendo 3DS game.

Iwata says no to Zelda anniversary comp

Nintendo of America's proposal denied.

Nintendo top brass turned down a request from its US wing to repackage classic Zelda games on a single Wii disc in celebration of the franchise's 25th anniversary this year, according to the latest Iwata Asks interview.

Nintendo: 3DS sales

Nintendo: 3DS sales "below expectations"

But games will help turn things around.

Nintendo has admitted that sales of the glasses-free Nintendo 3DS have not been up to scratch.

The 3DS, which launched globally in March, suffered because it failed to meet fan expectations, Nintendo said.

"It's fair to say that while Nintendo 3DS had a strong launch day, the results since then have not met our expectations," Nintendo president Satoru Iwata told investors at E3.

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Out This Week - 17/06/11

Zelda! Alice! Dungeon Siege! Child of Eden!

This week sees the return of a true classic in the world of gaming - a sequel to American McGee's Alice game! Ah, we kid. We mean Zelda: Ocarina of Time in 3D.

Nintendo farms out Ocarina of Time 3DS

Secret of Mana creator takes charge.

As one of gaming's indisputable all-time classic, you'd have thought Nintendo would be handling the forthcoming 3DS remake internally. Well, not so.

Nintendo dates Ocarina of Time 3DS

Plus, Dragon Quest VI, Dead or Alive, more

The 3DS remake of N64 classic The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time launches in Europe on 17th June, Nintendo has announced.

Ocarina of Time 3DS adds new content

It's "crammed with interesting things".

It seems that the upcoming 3DS revamp of N64 classic Zelda: Ocarina of Time will be more than just a scene-for-scene remake Nintendo is adding exclusive new content too.

Miyamoto explains 3DS Ocarina remake

Unhappy with framerate, fans now in their 20s.

Developer legend Shigeru Miyamoto has embarked upon remaking classic games The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Star Fox 64 (known as Lylat Wars in Europe and Australia) because those who played them back in the day are all grown up.

Nintendo justifies Zelda-free 3DS launch

Nintendo justifies Zelda-free 3DS launch

Talks up "awfully compelling" Steel Diver.

The 3DS remake of Zelda: Ocarina of Time will be out "when it's ready" and, in any case, there are more than enough launch games to satisfy the needs of core gamers picking up Nintendo's new handheld on day one, according to the platform holder.

In an interview with MTV, Nintendo US chief Reggie Fils-Aime explained, "Mario, Zelda - all of those titles are coming. From our perspective, we like to launch titles when they're ready. And so they'll be ready, they'll be ready soon. Just not in that initial time period of late March to early June."

Reggie added that the launch line-up is robust enough to satisfy the needs of serious gamers without the presence of Link and co.

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Nintendo hints at 3DS launch line-up

Nintendo hints at 3DS launch line-up

Ocarina of Time, Pilotwings are first up.

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Pilotwings Resort, Nintendogs + Cats and Steel Diver will be the first party 3DS launch titles, judging by a release schedule included in Nintendo's annual fiscal report.

The list, posted by GoNintendo, states that the four games are down for a Spring release in Japan.

Kid Icarus: Uprising is listed merely for 2011. Mario Kart, Paper Mario, Animal Crossing and Starfox 64 3D are all down as "TBA".

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