Japanese The Legend of Zelda and Mario portal websites opened

Websites offer a deeper look at each franchise.

The Legend of Zelda and Mario

Nintendo of Japan has launched series portal websites for The Legend of Zelda and Mario.

The Legend of Zelda portal website contains a look at the Links of every Legend of Zelda game, a “Production Notes” page containing concept art of a Link dressed in blue attire, and a look at the Legend of Zelda game lineup.

The Mario website contains an introduction to Mario, its characters, game lineup, and products.

The latest entry in the Legend of Zelda franchise, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, launched today for Switch and Wii U. The next entry in the Mario franchise, Super Mario Odyssey, is due out this holiday for Switch.

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