Most Nintendo Switch owners picked up the latest game in the Legend of Zelda series, the Breath of the Wild. It’s a fantastic game with an expansive world map, and most players leave no stone left un-turned (hey, there might be a Korok hiding under there!).
But a new discovery has Nintendo fans buzzing – a hidden Super Mario easter egg has been found in the topography! If you carefully view the zoomed in map, you can find Super Mario’s head!
Have you been able to find this hidden Super Mario? Let us know the exact location in the comments!
Looking for a fun night of gaming, cosplay, music, drinks, comedy and burlesque??? Then join SPLI at Night of the Nerds at the Velvet Lounge in East Setauket on April 8th!
At this event, SPLI will be hosting a fun side event – a Triforce Heroes Tournament! Challengers will be formed into teams of three and the team with the best score wins!
Here are the official rules posted on our event page:
Triforce Heroes Tournament Rules
StreetPass Long Island will be hosting a Triforce Heroes Tournament for Nintendo 3DS systems! Here’s what you need to know:
– This game supports Download Play, so you do not need to own a copy of the game! But you do need to bring your Nintendo 3DS system to the event to participate.
– This is a TEAM game, so you will be set up with two more players to play cooperatively on a specific stage.
– If you happen to have two friends that you want to team up with, that’s no problem! Just let us know at registration.
– Winning team will have the highest score at the end of the stage. The score is a combination of your remaining fairies and how many rupees your team collected on the stage.
– Stage: Woodlands – Buzz Blob Cave
– Outfit Restriction: Hero’s Tunic ONLY!
– Time Limit: Not set, but teams taking an inordinate amount of time may be disqualified.
Note: Triforce Heroes Tournament Rules are subject to change. See tournament organizers for full details at the event.
Registration will begin at the start of the event, and the Tournament will start at approximately 9:30PM. Look for the SPLI tournament organizer Debbie (aka Gluxbox) cosplaying as Link to get registered.
SPLI members came out despite the arctic freeze to shoot some arrows at the Majora’s Mask Archery event on 2/19/15! We gave out free goodies to all attendees, including custom targets and actual Majora’s Masks!
Space is limited, so you must secure your spot by submitting your payment directly to SPLI by 2/15/15. To learn more about submitting your payment, please visit the RSVP page on Facebook, or email us at email@example.com. We will NOT be accepting payment at the door for this event.
We’ll post more details about the event as we get closer! See you all there!
One thing we wanted to upgrade this year are the targets. We want to really test the skills of our members, so we incorporated an actual archery target into each of the Hyrule Warriors Enemy and Villain targets, making scoring a little easier and the skill level a little harder! This is the SECOND quest, after all!
Today we are releasing a teaser target – Wizzro. This is just one of the options that will be available to shoot at the Legend of Zelda Archery Competition – Second Quest! We will be printing these out and everyone will be able to take home their target at the end of the night! The three highest scores will also receive a small Perler bead prize!
And of course, we will also we doing a trick shot with an eShop giftcard as a prize. But this will be no ordinary trick shot – this year we’ll have you going totally cuckoo for Cuccoo’s!
Be sure to RSVP today and reserve your spot in the Legend of Zelda Archery Competition – Second Quest! If you’re as excited about it as we are, tell your friends and use the hashtag #ZeldaArchery if you post about it on Twitter! See everyone on 11/19/14!
Last November, StreetPass Long Island hosted the first Legend of Zelda Archery Competition event in Queens, NY. The event was so popular, everyone asked if we could do it again… so now we are proud to announce the Legend of Zelda Archery Competition – Second Quest! This year, we are going to learn to shoot the long bow at C&B Archery in Hicksville, NY. LoZ Cosplay is encouraged, so wear your best Link or Zelda costume and we’ll take some awesome group photos!
Zelda fans from across the tri-state area came together to show off their archery skills for the Legend of Zelda-themed Archery Competition, hosted by StreetPass Long Island and StreetPass NYC in Ozone Park, NY on November 17th. Under the guidance of professionally trained archery experts courtesy of Proline Archery Lanes, StreetPass fans learned to shoot a Long Bow and participated in a tournament using Zelda-themed targets! Check out some photo highlights below and visit the full album on our Facebook Page.
Here are StreetPass Long Island’s Highlights from E3!
At the Nintendo Booth
Footage of the prizes from the Nintendo 3DS Demo Booth
Third-Party Nintendo Merchandise
Third-Party Software Titles
The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses Concert
In conclusion, here is some videos we recorded at the concert. Sorry for the shaky/blurry footage, but it’s really just about the music right? The audio isn’t really fantastic either… guess you’ll just have to go see the Symphony for yourself to get the full experience! 🙂
This music is from the Spirit Tracks segment of the Symphony.
This music is from the Wind Waker segment of the Symphony.