dinosndbz:

what a fantastic artist! she spent 20+ hours on this!
(http://maiyue.deviantart.com)

dinosndbz:

what a fantastic artist! she spent 20+ hours on this!

(http://maiyue.deviantart.com)

(vía fuckyeahlink)

svalts:

A Link to the Punk - by MangaKid
T-Shirt available at RedBubble

svalts:

A Link to the Punk - by MangaKid

T-Shirt available at RedBubble

(Fuente: svalts, vía noxnoctem)

(vía nada2000)

sillyrebellion:

http://ninausagi.deviantart.com/
shirtoid:

Insert Link available at RedBubble

smashbrotherhood:

—WARNING: Challenger Approaching! - Mask Link—

Majora’s Mask is one of my favorite Zelda games, and the transformation masks are just effin’ awesome. So why not a character based on that?

The cool thing about Mask Link is: You wouldn’t actually play with Link, but with 3 different characters of the greatest races in Zelda.

Let’s talk about movesets:

  • Deku Link would use his bubble, the Deku Flower and that cute little ballet spin he makes[it could also be a dash attack].
  • Goron Link would be slow, but powerful. With the Powder Keg, the Ground Pound and the AWESOME spiked roll[you’d have to charge it, I guess].
  • Zora Link’s moveset was the most difficult to create, as his best moves are made underwater. I’d give him the underwater electrical shield, the Dolphin Jump for his up+special[really out of ideas for that one, don’t really know how this would work] and the obvious boomerang fins.

Like Zelda/Sheik and Pkmn Trainer, Mask Link would rotate transformations with the down+special.

The Final Smash couldn’t be more obvious. The Fierce Deity exhales Final-Smashness. I guess he would be played like an overpowered taller Link, minus the specials.

His[their?] victory fanfare[accepting the possible idea of every single character having his/her own fanfare] would be a happier shorter version of this.

Phew, that was exhausting to make! Did you like it? If there’s something you’d like to add, just lemme know. I’m open for requests, too.

(vía asdfcbean)

justinrampage:

In celebration of The Legend of Zelda’s 25 year anniversary, artist Joe Spiotto created this awesome musical album complete with a golden vinyl record. See it at Gallery 1988’s “Video Game Show” on Sept 16th in Santa Monica, CA.

Prints of the album art are available to purchase at Joe’s Etsy store!

The Legends of Hyrule by Joe Spiotto / Joebot (Blog) (Etsy) (Twitter)

(vía southerngamer)

paraisofriki:

Se me hace raro ver a Kirby tan cuadradote :D

paraisofriki:

Se me hace raro ver a Kirby tan cuadradote :D