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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma has appeared in a new Nintendo video to announce a Dutch version of Breath of the Wild. All text will be localized, but the voice acting will remain in English.

This marks the first time ever that a Zelda game has been localized into Dutch. Normally these players only have access to the games in English.

Thanks to DRPS for the tip.

With just two weeks to go, Nintendo’s first Switch titles have now been rated by the ESRB. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and 1-2-Switch both popped in the database today and are listed as E10+. We don’t usually cover ESRB descriptions, but we’re making an exception for Switch’s launch. And Zelda’s rating is… certainly interesting.

So first up, Zelda:

Nintendo’s latest image for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild shows off some concept art. We now have a look at donkeys, which carry a variety of merchandise and accompany traveling merchants. You’ll come across them at stables or on the road.


Update (2/16): Embed version is below:

Original (2/15): The next part of Game Informer’s month-long Zelda: Breath of the Wild coverage is now online. Another piece of the magazine’s interview with Shigeru Miyamoto and Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma is shared. For today’s snippet, the two developers talk about storytelling and what we can expect from it in Breath of the Wild. We again get to hear Aonuma tease his “trick” that he used that he had been thinking about for roughly two decades.

The interview can be watched here here. When an embed option is available, we’ll add it in here (probably tomorrow).

Nintendo readied another new screenshot from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild today. The latest image doesn’t focus on Link, but instead shows off an NPC and a donkey. You can see the screenshot for yourself above.


Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma answered another fan question about Breath of the Wild today, as shared by Nintendo of France. This time around, he was asked if the game will be more mature than the previous entries given what we’ve seen in the trailers thus far.

Aonuma responded with the following:

“Of course, when you watch the trailer, the game looks very serious. But that’s because we used serious and spectacular scenes in the edit; it’s what holds the viewers’ attention. But as wit every other Zelda, Breath of the Wild will make you feel a lot of different emotions; and as in every Zelda, there will be serious and dramatic moments as well as more amusing parts which I hope will make you laugh. In this game, you’ll be able to both laugh and be moved.”

Big thanks to Kyrio for helping out with the translation.


Nintendo will soon be offering a special 3,000 yen prepaid card in Japan. It features artwork based on Zelda: Breath of the Wild, or more specifically, the DLC. Stores will begin selling the card on March 3.


Coming from Nintendo’s Japanese YouTube uploads for the week, we now have a commercial for Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Watch it below.

Update (2/14): Now we have an embed option below:

Original (2/13): Game Informer has posted a few minutes of new footage from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The clip shows snowy areas, more battles, riding horses, and Shrines.

For now, you’ll need to visit Game Informer’s site here for the footage. An embed option should be up tomorrow.

Best Buy locations across North America will be hosting a midnight launch for Switch on March 3. If you attend, you’ll have a shot of nabbing a special item. While supplies last, Best Buy will be handing out a Zelda: Breath of the Wild poster.


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