Fan Animation Turns Link Pikmin-Sized

Dayshot: Some just can't wait till a new, HD Zelda arrives and start working on their own fan projects. This superb GIF is from animator PencilTest's upcoming fan-movie, which — if it will have the same overall quality as this teaser — will be quite ambitious.

Fan Animation Turns Link Pikmin-Sized
Fan Animation Turns Link Pikmin-Sized

Zelda gifs by PencilTest [Tumblr]


Dayshot showcases some of the prettiest, funniest game-related screenshots and art that we can find.


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    Dear Kotaku,

    A GIF is not news. If you can't write more than 2 sentences about something, again it is not news. Shove your useless boring GIF's up your arse, and shove your useless 2 sentence articles right up there too while you're at it.

    Yours sincerely,

    Tishler

      Dayshot showcases some of the prettiest, funniest game-related screenshots and art that we can find.

      I usually don't like the short articles, but this is an exception.

      Dear Tishler,
      This is Kotaku. It is a gaming culture website. It has been one for quite a while. If you don't like it, go elsewhere. Seriously, I don't see why people who complain keep coming back. It's like going to McDonalds, complaining about how bad the food is and then showing up again the next day.

        You sir are correct.

        While it is relevant in this case, Kotaku US hasn't actually been a proper gaming culture website for quite some time. Many articles on Kotaku US are not related to gaming, or gaming culture and have extended into the realms of whatever is interesting to the author or covering Asian news (I suppose because of the thin thread of connection to Japan being a huge influence on gaming). Essentially, Kotaku US has become the Crunchyroll news site.

        Keep in mind, they created a tag (Kotaku-Core) specifically so people could easily find the gaming culture articles. It's like you used to go to a nice restaurant with a friendly atmosphere and good food, then after a few years it's turned into a family restaurant with fast food that caters to a wider range of people. Despite that though, you like that one thing on the menu, and the owner's a pretty great person so you keep coming back even though you hate screaming kids and greasy burgers. /soapBox

    One would think a writer on a gaming site would know that he is in fact Minish size.

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