This new glitch lets you finish The Legend of Zelda in just four minutes

This article originally appeared on Zelda Universe. Videogame code is complete gobbledygook to me; I’m much more comfortable with Hylian. But for those of you who understand the crazy magic that allows us all to hunt Bokoblins and slay Octoroks you may find the following video rather interesting. Sockfolder the Glitch Hunter, as I’ve now … Continue reading This new glitch lets you finish The Legend of Zelda in just four minutes

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Nintendo of Europe website leak hints at Breath of the Wild Amiibo release date

This article originally appeared on Zelda Universe. Eager NX fans over on Reddit have gone traipsing through the code for the Nintendo of Europe website and have uncovered a possible tidbit of information regarding the release date of the Breath of the Wild Amiibo. The image they found appears to give the release date for the … Continue reading Nintendo of Europe website leak hints at Breath of the Wild Amiibo release date

Labour’s real problem? Britons don’t want socialism

This piece originally appeared on Conservatives for Liberty. Labour will today elect their new leader, or more likely, the old one. Far from unseating Jeremy Corbyn, the coup, vote of no confidence, and Owen Smith’s leadership challenge, have merely served to galvanise the membership, all of whom overwhelmingly seem to back the right honourable member … Continue reading Labour’s real problem? Britons don’t want socialism

Wall Street Journal fans the “NX uses cartridges” flames

This article originally appeared on Zelda Universe. The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has added its voice to the numerous outlets suggesting that the upcoming Nintendo NX will mark a return to cartridge-based storage media in lieu of discs. The publication cites sources “familiar with the matter” in explaining that Nintendo is showing a “renewed focus” on … Continue reading Wall Street Journal fans the “NX uses cartridges” flames

My Nintendo now shows you which points are expiring, and when

This article originally appeared on Zelda Universe. A recent update to My Nintendo now shows you which of your feverishly acquired My Nintendo Points shall be disappearing over the next 6 to twelve months. Your Points History page will now tell you which points are expiring on which date, so you can run over to the … Continue reading My Nintendo now shows you which points are expiring, and when

Miyamoto: Smartphones, not Nintendo, are world’s most popular hardware

This article originally appeared on Zelda Universe. In a recent interview with The Telegraph, Zelda creator Shigeru Miyamoto spoke about the decision to bring Mario to smartphones in the form of the recently unveiled Super Mario Run. Much of this decision appears to center around expanding the exposure of gamers — casual or otherwise — to … Continue reading Miyamoto: Smartphones, not Nintendo, are world’s most popular hardware