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Sep 29, 2016 07:09 AM EDT

'Legend Of Zelda' Has Gorgeous Zelda; Watch The Studio Ghibli-Inspired Fan Trailer [VIDEO]

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If you are a fan of "Legends of Zelda," you may rejoice with this news. Starting Sept. 27, "The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess" figurines are now available at Good Smile Shop.

The Figma sculpts are made of highly articulate PVC, according to IGN. Aside from Princess, there are three figurines in the set that includes, DX, Link, and Zelda.

The prices of the figurines start at ¥5,500 ($55 USD) for the Link figurine, ¥6,000 ($60 USD) for Zelda, and ¥6,480 ($65 USD) for the Link DX Edition. All of them have a stand base, but the DX version adds in six truly detailed accessories.

Previously, Figma released "The Legend of Zelda: Link Between Worlds figurine," and as some cool polygonal Virtua Fighter collectibles.

Meanwhile, fan-made trailer inspired by Studio Ghibli, Matt Vince-animated trailer, caught the attention of online users. The fan made trailer shows some iconic locations and landscapes from the "Zelda" games, Paste Magazine reported. Vince put a disclaimer about the video. He wrote that he is not attempting to develop an actual movie.

According to the source, Nintendo is interested to make "Zelda" into a movie with a Detective Pikachu movie. Studio Ghibli is known for their creation of the character and environment art for the RPG series "Ni No Kuni."

So since Nintendo is planning to make "Zelda" into movie, maybe this fan made trailer could help them made an idea.

The background music, which is sparkling piano, may give bring back nostalgia. The video shows a windmill, stone houses, a hairy-chested merchant and the sun-tinged landscapes. The video also included the Master Sword.

There is a rumor that suggests that there will be live-action "Zelda" Netflix series, according to CNET.

That's all for now, to get more fresh news and update, keep your tabs on University Herald (UH).

Watch the fan-made trailer below,

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