The 13-year-old classic, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, has had a 3D remake for the 3DS.
With the second major iteration of its mega-hit app, Smule has added new game elements, the ability to buy song packs, and has brought it all together inside the app.
Tech giant highlights its interest in Ocarina's deduplication capability, which helps customers reduce storage needs by shrinking redundant data.
The 13 year old classic, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, has had a 3D remake for the 3DS.
The popular title in the Legend of Zelda franchise will follow the June 13 release of Wii Play: Motion, a new motion-controlled Wii title from Nintendo.
Check out The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time-styled 3DS that'll go on sale at the end of the month. Retro gaming fans, this way.
Smule has gone completely bohemian, with their latest release Ocarina. According to the company, this is the first true musical instrument for the iPhone with no precompiled riffs.
After playing every game over the past decade, Zelda addict Don Reisinger believes that the franchise has lost its way since The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
Princess Zelda spits hot fire in "Ocarina of Rhyme," a mix tape of mashups that combines hip-hop tracks with the score to the Zelda game Ocarina of Time.
For years, songs created through apps like Ocarina and Sing Karaoke were accessible only through those apps. Now, Smule is connecting all its users and their content through a new Web-based system.