Everybody’s favorite seagull wannabe, Marin joins the cast of Hyrule Warriors on Wii U and 3DS later this year in the Link’s Awakening DLC pack. Squawk!
Hyrule Warriors Legends, the upcoming enhanced 3DS port of Wii U title Hyrule Warriors was playable for the first time at the Tokyo Game Show this week.
Pretty much spoiled by a recent leak, there will be a 3DS version of last year’s Wii U action game Hyrule Warriors. The port will include all of the DLC characters from the Wii U version along with new characters from The Wind Waker. Release date: first quarter 2016.
Earlier today, a trailer leaked for the upcoming 3DS version of Hyrule Warriors, an action game that originally released on the Wii U. Within this trailer, there’s an easily-missed moment that teases something pretty damn cool.
The action game Hyrule Warriors is coming to 3DS—complete with Tetra and the King of Red Lions from Wind Waker. No word on a US release yet.
The final piece of DLC for Hyrule Warriors won't be available for most people until March 12, but Japan's already playing the game's Boss Pack. If you accomplish a specific and special task, the game rewards you with the chance to play as one of Zelda's most fiendish villains: the cucoo.
A new Majora's Mask-themed DLC pack for Hyrule Warriors will be arriving in a few weeks, giving the beat-em-up its most unlikely combatant yet. That's right, Tingle. Zelda's weirdest rupee-lover is here to kick butt.
The Amiibo toys launched this week alongside Super Smash Bros. Wii U, the colorful pieces of plastic adding a new dimension to Nintendo's brawler and several other titles. Want to see them in action?
Because the Skylanders and Disney Infinity figures weren't enough, the toy population of my desk has been increased by a dozen Nintendo icons. Let's meet the Amiibo!
Forget horse armor. The first DLC for the Zelda spin-off Hyrule Warriors will include a horse weapon. That horse weapon is Epona, Link's steed from The Ocarina of Time. On Nintendo's Miiverse service, Zelda honcho Eiji Aonuma explained today how Epona will work as a "weapon" in the game as part of Hyrule Warriors'…
Hyrule Warriors is the opposite of a Zelda game.
They are so colorful and detailed. Artist AbyssWolf put together a fantastic piece with all the playable characters of Hyrule Warriors to celebrate the game's upcoming release.
While the plot, setting, and characters may all be of Zelda lineage, make no mistake, when it comes to gameplay, this is a Dynasty Warriors game through and through.
Hyrule Warriors, the new game that crosses the world of Zelda with that of Dynasty Warriors, is already out in Japan. So join us as we talk a bit about what it is and how it plays.
Having a characters strike a post-fight victory pose is hardly unique to Hyrule Warriors (the new Legend of Zelda/Dynasty Warriors spin-off game), but let me tell you one thing: those in Hyrule Warriors make for awesome gifs.
Nintendo has a long history of keeping the development of their core titles in-house, so it’s a bit surprising when they allow another company to develop something as high profile as Hyrule Warriors. Or is it? This isn’t the first time a studio other than Nintendo has made a Zelda game.
The Legend of Zelda series has been around for 28 years now and over that time, the game's heroes and villains have been redesigned again and again. But let me be frank here, when it comes to Zelda character designs, there are none I like more than those from the newest spin-off game in the series, Hyrule Warriors.
That's right: not the gameplay nor the cutscenes nor the story. My favorite part of Hyrule Warriors is the ending credits.
While not out for another month in the West, Hyrule Warriors—the lovechild of The Legend of Zelda and Dynasty Warriors—was released in Japan this past Thursday. And since I'm here in Japan with my Wii U all ready to go, Fahey has graciously allowed me to stream for you all this fine Saturday.
Did you know there's a female version of Link? I didn't! But according to a recently released Hyrule Warriors art book, there is. Well, sorta.