Zelda Universe is changing tracks as a result of Nintendo’s recent unveiling of The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks for Nintendo DS. Our parent company, Linkorporated, loved the traffic increase from Spirit Tracks so much that they’ve told us to move the site in an entirely new direction, a direction which all the staff here at Zelda Universe supported unanimously. We love trains, and so do our bosses. So I am proud to announce the official launch of Train Universe! We will immediately begin covering all sorts of trains, but what kinds of trains will we be covering? Climb aboard the rest of the news post by hitting the “read more” link.
We here at Train Universe are committed to spreading the wonderful knowledge of locomotive history. Here is a list of trains we plan to document in the near future:
- Big Trains
- Little Trains
- Fast Trains
- Slow Trains
- Smokin’ Trains
- Trains that blow through snow
- Diesel freight and passenger trains
- Even trains from around the world!
- That train in Back to the Future
- The Polar Express (only seasonally, of course)
- The Little Engine that Could (we think)
- The Railway Series
- Thomas the Tank Engine
- Edward the Blue Engine
- Henry the Green Engine
- Gordon the Big Engine
- James the Red Engine
- Percy the Small Engine
- Toby the Tram Engine
- and all the other railway friends!
In order to voice our complete and full support of this move by Linkorporated, all of our staff have decided to temporarily celebrate by changing our usernames to prominent train-related characters in fiction. I, your humble webmaster, have chosen Thomas the Tank Engine. Our other resident webmaster, Cody Davies, will be conducting the forums as the Fat Controller!
We are incredibly pleased to become Train Universe and bring you all the latest train news, updates, and content. Please make sure to check back regularly for updates! We’re happy to have you on board! If you have any questions, please direct them to our new Train Forums on the Train Universe message boards. Some of our Zelda content is still up, but rest assured it will be gone soon enough.