As far as I can tell, these look like the same stickers you can get for iOS as well. The big difference here is that they all come with sound effects, whereas the iOS versions are silent.
i quite liked the guy with the multiple signs, my favorite was this one pic.twitter.com/8rFn3YK72V— DovahGoose (@Dovahgooose) March 12, 2018
This guy had a ton of signs to show off at WWE Fastlane last night. He had a new sign for pretty much every entrance. Most of them were related to WWE itself, but he snuck in a few others along the way. As you can see, he decided to display his distaste for Zelda: Breath of the Wild during AJ Styles' entrance. Just so you know, most of the signs this guy had were tongue-in-cheek. He could be joking this one, but it could also be legit!
Hi, this week we’re going back to the world of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. This game is filled with so many memorable characters so we thought it would be fun to rank them in a character bracket. We picked eight characters from the game, purposefully excluding Link and Zelda because we already know they’re the best. For each character, we gave them a score from 1 to 5 on their personality, visual design, and sidekick factor. Everything was randomly seeded so it was really fun seeing which characters ended up against each other. Let us know in the comments how you’d rank them. We’ll also leave all the details here so you can make your own bracket and try it with your friend. As always, thanks so much for watching and we’ll see you next week!
Famitsu, the long-running Japanese gaming magazine, is reaching out to Nintendo fans across the globe for a survey. They've put out an English questionnaire that's looking for insight from Zelda: Breath of the Wild fans. If you have a few minutes, you can hit up this link and answer the questions. They'll be publishing the results in an upcoming feature.
1 year anniversary pic.twitter.com/1Ju1V967kE— ゼルダの伝説 (@ZeldaOfficialJP) March 3, 2018
How in the world has it been a whole year since Breath of the Wild launched?! That's absolutely insane! I think the buzz of the Switch really helped carry Breath of the Wild all year long. It certainly doesn't feel like it's been that long, and I know quite a number of people are still exploring Hyrule every day!
From “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”, comes a Nendoroid of one of the ancient machines created by the Sheikah – the Guardian! The Guardian’s iconic eye can be moved around, and the head part can also be rotated 360° allowing you to faithfully recreate the movements from the game in Nendoroid size!
Optional parts include effect parts for the powerful beam attack as well as a translucent sheet to recreate the GAME OVER screen that many fans will remember seeing after facing the Guardian! In addition, an Ancient Bow is included to be used together with the separately sold Nendoroid Link: Breath of the Wild Ver.! Be sure to enjoy the cute Nendoroid sized version of the Guardian in your collection!
Black Panther director has a Switch, and loves Stardew Valley so much that he hasn't tried Zelda: Breath of the Wild yet
Check out the 1:52 mark for the discussion.
Ryan Coogler, director of Black Panther, still finds time to play some games despite his busy schedule. Apparently he just got a Switch, and owns both Stardew Valley and Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Stardew Valley is taking up so much of his gaming time that he hasn't even played Zelda yet!
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild the first Zelda game in Japan since Ocarina of Time to break 1 million units sold
We talked a little bit about this a few weeks back, but now it's official. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has sold over 1 million units in Japan alone. The Switch version accounts for 871,528 units while the Wii U version accounts for another 133,024 units. This makes it the first Zelda game in Japan since Ocarina of Time to break the 1 million mark. Now the question is, will it topple Ocarina of Time at some point?