Basically, if chickens could write fan fiction, this would be it.
Some Japanese guy with way too much time on his hands created this Zelda: Ocarina of Time can-can that very well may induce seizures. At the very least, it will burrow itself into your ear-hole for the next several days. You’ve been warned.
Judging from the trailer, it’s nice to know that Link’s last hurrah on the Wii will not disappoint.
Cross Captain N The Game Master with a healthy dose of the Internet and you get a talking taco trying to help Princess Zelda. Seriously.
By the Tesla Orchestra to be exact. Just watching the clip makes the hairs on the back of my head stand up, so I want to be nowhere near the real thing.
We all see and hear different things, and this is for those who are reminded of the indoors music from Ocarina of Time when playing Portal. All three of you.
The stakes are high, as three virtual game ladies try to impress Tyra Banks and take the crown of gaming’s top princess. I’m predicting this ends with a cat fight.
Check out the intro to the 3DS remake of the greatest Zelda ever. And get ready for it’s release day, when society officially grinds to a halt.
Though between Navi and Zelda, I’d totally go after the former (or at least the girl who portrays here). But the “explanation” at the end is entirely mutable.
NYC commuters got a slightly weirder than normal surprise as ‘Star Wars’ favorite bounty hunter Boba Fett busted out some Zelda on his accordion. And the freak train rolls on.
Few realize that Ocarina was at one point significantly different. So here’s an informative video that puts all the little pieces (that still exist) together.