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The folks over at Smosh have once again produced an “honest trailer” for a game. This time, the video focuses on GoldenEye 007. Check it out below.

YouTube user PeekingBoo has managed to complete Super Mario Galaxy with a Dance Dance Revolution dance pad. It’s the latest title he’s finished with the peripheral, with others including Splatoon, Super Mario Maker, and more.

PeekingBoo told Game Informer the following about preparing for Super Mario Galaxy:

“Super Mario Galaxy at the time was notorious for changing the way 3D Mario games were previously played by introducing motion controls, intuitive camera movements and aspect of gravity changes on oddly shaped objects. All of these aspects work well together when coupled with the free movement of a thumb on the analog stick and sitting still in the comfort of a chair, however on a dance pad every one of these gameplay innovations directly work against the player. Moving too much can result in involuntary Wii Remote Shakes, my general body movement makes it hard to point at the screen and I had to resort to strapping the thing to my arm because it proved to be a better solution than holding it in my hand.”

You can see PeekingBoo taking on the final Bowser fight below.

Earlier this year, Runnerguy2489 completed the first three dungeons in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time blindfolded. He’s since stepped his game up by finishing the entire game using the same method.

You can take a look at Runnerguy2489’s playthough of the ending below. To complete Ocarina of Time, he spent roughly 103 hours.

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The folks over at Smosh have once again produced an “honest trailer” for a game. This time, the video focuses on Pokemon Diamond and Pearl. Check it out below.

The latest “Honest Game Trailer” from Smosh pokes a bit of fun at Splatoon. Check it out below.

YouTube user “Callegos-Y” has created a new fan-made Zelda video in Source Filmmaker. It’s all about Link’s journey to secure enough rupees in order to buy a new shield. I’d definitely say it’s worth watching, so check it out below.

It had to be done. I had to share this here. The video put a smile on my face, and hopefully it’ll do the same for you!

The folks behind Man at Arms: Reforged are at it again! This time around, the crew has recreated Link’s Hylian Shield in real life. Check it out below:

This isn’t the time we’ve featured some impressive creations from Man at Arms. The team has also made Link’s Fierce Deity Sword, Chrom’s Falchion, and the Pokemon Honedge.

I usually try to limit the random posts here, but I couldn’t help myself in this case! Check out this neat fan-made Zelda stop-motion animation:

It’s going to be awhile – if ever – before Netflix’s live-action Zelda series comes to fruition. In the meantime, we have one fan-made effort from the Zelda Project and Player Piano called “The Final Battle”.

The Final Battle will show a duel between Ganondorf and Link, who is trying to save Princess Zelda. What’s shown above is just a teaser – featuring Link riding to the ruins of Castletown.

What would Yoshi’s Island look like in first-person? YouTube user “Bestvegeta” may have the answer! Bestvegeta recently took the first level in Yoshi’s Island and recreated it with a first-person perspective. Take a look below.

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