The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild's Next Dlc Set For December

The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild's Next DLC Set For December

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the most highly-rated video game in 2017, and if you couldn't get enough of it, you were probably rather chuffed to learn that Nintendo would be releasing DLCs for the game. Now the first DLC, Master Trials, has since been released, and if you're wondering about the second, not to worry as it should arrive next month.

This is according to a recent sighting in the Nintendo Switch eShop by Twitter user @LordofGamez in which as you can see in the screenshot below, it shows that the game has been listed as having a December release. There is no specific date mentioned, but it states that it has been planned for a release in December.

Manga Legend Taniguchi's Unpublished Works To Go Public In Dec.

Manga legend Taniguchi's unpublished works to go public in Dec.

Unpublished works of manga legend Jiro Taniguchi, who died earlier this year, have been unearthed and will be released to the public in December, a Japanese publisher has announced.

Taniguchi, who died in February at the age of 69, is famous for his exquisite line drawings and for a number of smash hits such as "Kodoku no Gurume" (The Lonely Gourmet), which was adapted in a TV series.

Interview: Bmx Flatland Legend Yohei Uchino, Murasaki Shonan Open

INTERVIEW: BMX flatland legend Yohei Uchino, Murasaki Shonan OpenFor many alternative / street sport enthusiasts in Japan the Murasaki Shonan Open marks the beginning of summer.  This year's celebration of sports culture, held across eight days in early July at the birthplace of surfing in Japan, Kugenuma in Fujisawa, was also a stop on the men’s World Surf League Qualification Series tour. Performing at the event as part of the Team G-Shock Special Showcase was Japanese BMX flatland rider Yohei Uchino (内野洋平).

Nintendo Reportedly Developing 'the Legend Of Zelda' Smartphone Game

Nintendo Reportedly Developing 'The Legend Of Zelda' Smartphone Game

For the longest time ever, Nintendo has pretty much stubborn about releasing games for mobile. However they later relented and we even saw Mario finally and officially make its way onto mobile devices in the form of Super Mario Run. Now it seems that we could be close to getting another beloved Nintendo franchise on our phones.

In a report from The Wall Street Journal, word on the street has it that Nintendo is working on a smartphone game based on The Legend of Zelda franchise. The game, if it is indeed in the works, will be released following the mobile version of Animal Crossing which could be coming later this year.

Legendary Karate Fighter, Film Star Willie Williams Conducts Local Seminar'

Legendary karate fighter, film star Willie Williams conducts local seminar'Kyokushin Karate World Champion Fighter and film star Willie Williams recently did a special “Kyokushin Karate Training Seminar” at The Jenkins Center in Murfreesboro.
Williams was invited to conduct this seminar by local Kyokushin Karate instructor Kenny Buffaloe. Williams and Buffaloe trained together under world renowned Karate master Shihan Shigeru Oyama of Japan, who recently passed. This made this training seminar even more special and Williams and Buffaloe dedicated it to the memory of their famous teacher.

Honda Airbag Recall Extends To Legend In Australia

Honda airbag recall extends to Legend in AustraliaHonda Australia’s ongoing recall of models equipped with controversially faulty Takata airbags has grown again, with a further 71,856 vehicles added this week.
The latest additions include more variants of the previously recalled Civic and Jazz, this time affecting an as-yet unspecified number of vehicles in the 2006-11 Civic and 2012 Jazz lines.