I have nothing major to share at this time. But, to make sure you guys know I’m still alive, here’s a quick sheet of things that should be announced.

Here’s the list of things you should be aware of.

First of all, if you are a site-only visitor (which I doubt you are) you might have noticed that the connector to the site and forums may display you as another user. That issue is being discussed and fixed as we speak. Since Scott is really the only one who knows this place like the back of his hand, these problems are taking longer to fix. Any errors you notice can go here.

Second, Camp Hyrule registration has started. It opened up, I believe, on either the 24th or 25th, and will remain open until 8pm EST (5pm PST) on Thursday, July 27th. You can register here. You need to have a mynintendo account, but those are free and you sign up here.

Third, my favorite site for all Nintendo all day is the Nintendo Press Page, and they has something interesting to say on their latest entry.

“And, for Nintendo GameCube™ owners, The Legend of Zelda®: Twilight Princess will be available for you this fall. An enhanced version also will be a launch title for Wii. That will all happen on … Oh look, we’re out of space.”

Source: Nintendo Press Page

Take that for whatever you see fit. But, once again Nintendo is holding back on Zelda news, still. They are just biding their time to send the information flying our way.

And finally, according to The Hylia, Nintendo could possibly push back Phantom Hourglass to 2007. This could possibly be comfirmed on the Nintendo Press Page, as they listed all titles for the October-December, and Phantom Hourglass was not on it. So either, the game is not even close to being finished or they are going to wait for the hype of Twilight Princess to die down before releasing it.

Oh, and the reason for the lack of Sunday Highlight this week is due to two factors: My internet deciding to fail all weekend and the fact of all the buggies running around ZU. So, it should be back next week. That’s all I got.