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Zelda Wii U gameplay unveiled, vast world and non-linear path promised - see the screens here

Zelda Wii U gameplay unveiled, vast world and non-linear path promised - see the screens here

By 10 June 2014

If Nintendo hadn't shown off Zelda for Wii U at this year's E3 expo in Los Angeles then not only would we have cried buckets, but it would have been the final nail in the coffin for Nintendo's console. But the Japanese company stepped up to the plate... >>

Then and now: The changing faces of Wolfenstein's BJ Blazkowicz and other gaming greats

Then and now: The changing faces of Wolfenstein's BJ Blazkowicz and other gaming greats

By 22 May 2014

Bethesda's Wolfenstein: The New Order has been wowing critics and gamers alike since its release this week. It also represents another return to a well-loved franchise or character on new generation hardware, something the games industry has not been... >>

A week in reviews: 16 - 20 December

A week in reviews: 16 - 20 December

By 21 December 2013

Panic! It's the eve of the week before Christmas and there are plenty of stocking fillers to buy. Which is why this week's reviews have varied from toys to cameras and the rather lovely Kindle Paperwhite. So, go on, fill yer boots. We've been playing... >>

Zelda: A Link Between Worlds review
5 out of 5

Zelda: A Link Between Worlds review

By 17 December 2013

To the avid - and aged - gamer, slotting Zelda: A Link Between Worlds into a 3DS is a bit like getting into a time machine and spinning the clock back 20 years. Because, on the face of it, the latest Zelda feels exactly like the early 90s Zelda title... >>

'All-new Zelda' game confirmed for Wii U

'All-new Zelda' game confirmed for Wii U

By 23 January 2013

During the Nintendo Direct vidcast, broadcast 23 January, the company confirmed that an "all new Zelda" title is in the works for Nintendo Wii U. In what isn't such a shock move, Nintendo appears to be teasing some of its pre-E3 show announcements. While... >>

The Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword review
4 out of 5

The Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword review

By 5 December 2011

Remember the Nintendo Wii? The console that, for better or worse, pioneered motion control and had a nation of casual gamers flapping their arms about as if swatting invisible demons. We don’t cover it much on Pocket-Lint, possibly because it looks... >>

Limited Edition Legend of Zelda 3DS hitting the UK

Limited Edition Legend of Zelda 3DS hitting the UK

By 8 November 2011

Tear up your Christmas list and get ready to ask Santa for the Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary Limited Edition Nintendo 3DS, which has been confirmed by Nintendo as coming to Europe. The "Cosmic Black" edition of the console will hit the shops on 25... >>

VIDEO: Peach and Zelda showing signs of Stockholm Syndrome

VIDEO: Peach and Zelda showing signs of Stockholm Syndrome

By 13 January 2011

Just a couple of Nintendo princesses, shooting the breeze and chit-chatting about how lovely their captors are. Hang on a minute, these girls are showing some severe signs of Stockholm Syndrome. The video is the latest gaming parody from the chaps over... >>

Shigeru Miyamoto tells us why Nintendo is still the king of motion control

Shigeru Miyamoto tells us why Nintendo is still the king of motion control

By 21 December 2010

2011 is going to be a big year for Nintendo. After years of effortlessly topping Christmas lists worldwide, its DS and Wii consoles have hit a sales plateau. Meanwhile, Apple has muscled in to the handheld gaming market with its touchscreen devices and... >>

Nintendo gets its own Monopoly edition

Nintendo gets its own Monopoly edition

By 30 November 2009

There's a million different types of Monopoly you can get - customized with everything to your hometown to your favourite movie to a fill-in-the-blanks version. Now, you can add a "favourite video games company" to that list, as a Nintendo-themed version... >>