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Ocarina of Time is beautifully recreated in Far Cry 4
By Eduardo Hernandez on July 2nd, 2015
If you ever wondered what the world in Ocarina of Time would look like recreated in Far Cry's graphics, then you're in luck; YouTube channel GameChap has done just that. The...
Super Smash Bros. Wii U once had a YouTube upload feature built in
By Ricardo Trejo on June 2nd, 2015
Being able to record and share your greatest gaming moments online has become a staple in the current console generation. However, the Wii U doesn't have this feature built in...
Link to the Future: A remix from Harmonix composer James Landino
By Maria Ballenger on March 16th, 2015
Harmonix composer and sound designer James Landino has produced a theme that all Zelda fans will recognise. It's the Hyrule Castle theme from A Link to the Past, but with an...
The Nerdy Bartender shakes up some Triforce shooters
By Alex Rosenberg on March 11th, 2015
Let’s face it: at the end of the day, sometimes you want to take a swig of some of that Chateau Romani and take a load off as you binge watch House of Cards. But how can you...
Macintyre Productions theorizes a possible mass Sheikah / Interloper exodus
By Jesse McCarty on March 10th, 2015
A lot of events within the Zelda series are given small references and not really touched upon in detail. We're given just enough information to expand the story and to keep the...
The King battles Sonic in MeStarStudios’ latest YouTube Poop
By Hombre de Mundo on March 7th, 2015
Five years ago, YouTube user MeStarStudios made this CD-i gem in which King Harkinian goes out to catch Sonic the Hedgehog: Now, the...
CSGuitar89 covers Kakariko Village from Twilight Princess on guitar
By Jesse McCarty on February 27th, 2015
Kakariko Village is a fictional place that holds more memories than most real locations for some of us. It made its debut in A Link to the Past before reappearing in several other...
Premiere episode of Creatures of Hyrule web series released
By Victoria Fiorenze on February 4th, 2015
From the creators of Skull Kid; A Zelda Legend comes another enchanting fan-made production from director Jared Potter. Creatures of Hyrule is a web series starring our...
What would the Super Smash Bros. fight about in real life?
By Victoria Fiorenze on December 10th, 2014
Nintendo's success with the latest Super Smash Bros. releases for the Wii U and 3DS is irrefutable. All of our favorite video game characters coming together in one universe...
Premiering tonight at ZU: Zelda Matters, our live streamed call-in show
By Amanda Vanhiel on November 12th, 2014
Want to talk Zelda with the ZU crew? Then join us tonight at 8pm EST for Zelda Matters, our new call-in show. Humulos and Alex will host this week's live stream on our Youtube...
A musical with the heart of a warrior
By Amanda Vanhiel on October 2nd, 2014
I must admit, I can't resist a good musical. Many of you may remember "Tales of the Wind Waker" by the Youtube group Random Encounters. Well, now they're back with "Hyrule...
An acrostic poem for Zelda News
By Amanda Vanhiel on September 8th, 2014
Zelda News is here again Everyone should watch Let's go to ZeldaUniverseTV Don't miss it Amanda wears an Octorok shirt
Hyrule Warriors gameplay round-up: Alternate costumes, co-op, Jukebox and more
By Reece Heather on August 25th, 2014
Now that Hyrule Warriors has launched in Japan, it's no surprise that the whole game has been recorded and uploaded across the internet. It may be a minefield of spoilers out...
A Zelda News haiku
By Amanda Vanhiel on August 24th, 2014
We announce this week's Zelda News with a haiku: Conceptual art Link be a lady tonight ZU staff on ice Enjoy the video! [youtube]IgzuAxd9ZvE[/youtube]
Pianist regally performs the Lorule Castle theme
By Amanda Vanhiel on August 21st, 2014
Thomas Andersen is a self-taught pianist from Norway. He just uploaded a fantastic cover of the Lorule Castle theme from A Link Between Worlds. What's really cool about this...