Some of the best Zelda: Breath of the Wild players have come together to create an amazing gameplay montage

Best of the best

Ever since Zelda: Breath of the Wild released, players have been honing their skills and using exploits to create some absolutely insane gameplay videos. We've seen some amazing things over the years, including one-shot kills from virtual miles away, sky high acrobatics that launch Link at warp speeds, and top-tier battles where the enemies don't stand a chance.

Four of the best Breath of the Wild players out there, RinHara5aki, Kleric, CHC Yu-Da, and Peco, have all come together to create one unbelievable video to showcase the best of their skills. This is meant to be a final hurrah for Breath of the Wild from these players, as we're inching ever closer to its sequel.

Do yourself a favor and take 10 minutes to watch the video above. You definitely won't regret it.

Medicom Toy reveals series of Legend of Zelda "Link Ultra Detail" figures

You, Link, are the heroes!

Medicom Toy has a series of three Legend of Zelda Link figurines in the works, and they'll all release in Japan on Sept. 30th, 2020. The series are called Link Ultra Detail Figures, and include Link from Minish Cap, Ocarina of Time, and Breath of the Wild. Each one is priced at 1,320 yen. You can check out more pics of each figurine here, here, and here.

Zelda: Breath of the Wild glitch is the easiest way to get infinite Korok seeds yet


Fans have already found a handful of ways to get infinite Korok seeds in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, but a new glitch has come up that makes things easier than ever. If you want some Korok seeds and you don't feel like going about things the legitimate way, just check out the quick video above to see a new method that'll have you piling Korok seeds up in no time.

Twitch chat helps lead Link to victory in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Twitch chat does it again

Over the years, Twitch viewers have come to tackle all sorts of games by inputting commands via Twitch chat. It all started with Pokemon Red/Blue, and today we see that Twitch chat has managed to best The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild...with a little help.

Streamer Pointcrow teamed up with his Twitch chat to see if they could make their way through Breath of the Wild and take out Ganon. The stream ran for about 25 hours, and Twitch chat was in control for roughly 17 of those hours. Link died 80 times altogether, but with some input from Pointcrow during the stream, Twitch chat managed to land the final blow on Ganon and claim victory. You can see some highlights from the stream above.

Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild player uses a series of glitches to visit outer space

Now where's that pesky moon...

Yep, people are still figuring out how to do amazing things in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Sometimes those are things Nintendo may have expected, and other times they're achievements the Big N could have never fathomed. Today we have the latter.

Zelda fan YukinoSan has been toiling away at The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild since launch to try and find a way to visit the vast reaches of space. All his hard work and dedication has paid off, as the goal of heading into space was finally achieved. Check out the video above to see the rather beautiful moment the camera crests into the outer limits.

Guardian-flipping is the new hot thing in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

A fad fans are flipping for

HOLY CRAP I DID IT. Guardian Snipe 2.0. Featuring: Ancient Arrow, Headshot. from r/Breath_of_the_Wild

Who cares if The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is 3 years old? Fans are still making their own fun in the game long after they've bested Ganon. The latest home-baked fad involves people seeing how high and far they can flip Guardians, and the results are super impressive.

The right combination of the Cryonis Rune and slow-motion can cause a Guardian to go ass-over-tea kettle at breakneck speeds. Seeing this stuff is making me want to fire up the game tonight and see what I can pull off!

Nintendo Minute - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild - Run vs. Ride CHALLENGE

Got a minute?

Nintendo Minute is never a minute! This week we’re taking on a very fun challenge in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild to see which is faster, running or riding a horse. It’s crazy to think that this game just turned three and there is still so much to do. Tell us if you’ve been playing since launch or maybe you’re playing for the first time now! As always, thanks so much for watching and we’ll see you next week. -Kit & Krysta

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has been beaten without walking

I'm sure Zelda doesn't mind waiting

While we all wait for more information on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2, fans are still finding new ways to squeeze enjoyment out of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The video above is the perfect example, where we see a fan tackle the game without walking. Now there's still movement like rolling and backflipping, but taking a single step or anything more makes the run null and void. This leads to quite a few interesting setups during gameplay, as well as numerous frustrations. Check out how it all goes down in the video above.

Nintendo Labo fan recreates Zelda: Breath of the Wild's first shrine in the Toy-Con Garage

Labo players continue to impress

You can do some absolutely amazing things with Nintendo Labo's Toy-Con Garage. We've seen people make some incredible cardboard creations, but what we're showing you today doesn't even involve any physical construction. It's just an unbelievable tribute to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

In the video above, Nintendo Labo expert Green_Squid manages to recreate the first shrine from Zelda: Breath of the Wild with pretty spot-on accuracy. It might not be as visually detailed as the original, but it certainly lines up in the gameplay department!

This isn't the first dungeon Green_Squid has translated into Nintendo Labo. Check out his other efforts below.

Musician St. Vincent says she's put 300 hours into The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild


St. Vincent is known for her music, but she's branching by appearing in a a new film called The Nowhere Inn. During one of the scenes St. Vincent had to play a video game, and it just so turned out that she was given a Switch as a prop. That right there got her sucked into the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. You can check out what she had to say at the 6:08 mark above, or just read the blurb below.

"Fun fact...I needed a gaming console for that scene. One of our producers had the Switch and had Zelda, the new Zelda in it. That was my favorite game growing up, but I hadn't really gamed since then. I was doing it just for the movie, but then...I was like, 'no hold on guys, wait...I'm about to get this tree branch.' Now I'm obsessed with that game in particular. I've probably put 300 hours into it."


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