This week’s Famitsu scans are now available and among the glossy pages is even more images of both Twilight Princess HD and Hyrule Warriors Legends! Some of the latest leaks that we reported on are stemming from these very scans and with both game’s release dates just around the corner we have been seeing quite a bit of information come across in the last week or so, and I would imagine its only going to heat up more and more as time draws nearer! Great way to start what I have dubbed The Year of Zelda!
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Last week we shared with you a rumor of some possible details surrounding Twilight Princess HD and its amiibo functionality. The rumor came from a product listing on Amazon France, and discussed the functions that the Wolf Link and Zelda amiibo would unlock in the game, it also referenced a new dungeon that would be available in the HD version called, “The Twilight Cave”. Now we have some new details that have seemed to have emerged, although at this time they have not been 100% confirmed. The new information comes from a supposed Famitsu leak from the latest issue that discusses the new dungeon as well as additional details of amiibo functionality.
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In next week’s issue of Famitsu magazine, a special code will be offered that will allow fans to download a Ghirahim inspired costume for use in the “My Fairy System”. This is one of the newest element to Hyrule Warriors Legends, where players will be able to grow and develop their fairies to become quite effective partners to use in battle. Each will have their own special abilities and attributes depending on how you have “raised” them. The exclusive costume will supposedly not be available anywhere else and will allow for a special skill that will increase your fairies magic effects. Stay tuned for more details next week!
Source: Nintendo Everything
Famitsu has recently published their review results for several titles, including Hyrule Warriors Legends.The reviewers gave the title a 9/9/8/10, and they even shared some bits of information and some surprises that they experienced playing through the game. It appears that there is 15 hours of game time before Legend Mode is cleared and it has about 500 hours worth of replay value. Many of the reviewers were surprised that the 3DS could really show off so much of what makes the Warriors series so fantastic and they saw way more enemies than what they expected on screen. They also mentioned that they felt the game had much more volume in content. These little tidbits only help to continue to fuel my excitement for the game! What about you? Aside from Zelda U, what is the Zelda title you are most excited for this year? Tell us your thought in the comments below.
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The latest issue of Famitsu magazine is out, and inside the awesome glossy pages are two different spreads focusing on both Twilight Princess HD and Hyrule Warriors Legends. Both games have been given quite a decent spread in the magazine with the part for Hyrule Warriors Legends consisting of six pages of character overview, enemies, and some more information on Linkle. As for as Twilight Princess HD is concerned their spread consists of four pages, and although it doesn’t seem to have any new information for the title, the images look spectacular!
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The results of IGN’s “Best of 2015” awards are in and the results seem to be slightly at odds with each other. Both Tri Force Heroes and Majora’s Mask 3D were nominated for “Best 3DS Game of 2015”, and IGN selected Tri Force Heroes as their choice for the win. However it seems the people have spoken and Majora’s Mask 3D was selected as the “People’s Choice Award” winner for “Best 3DS Game of 2015. This past year was a pretty quiet year for Zelda titles and as we begin this new year, lets hope it was simply the quiet before the storm! What are your thoughts, which game do you think was really the “Best 3DS Game of 2015”? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.
The year 2015 has just ended, and many of us are reflecting on what the year brought us and what we want to accomplish, or look forward to in the new year. IGN has recently released its nominations for the Best of 2015, and there are several Zelda titles nominated! You, the fans can decide the winners by casting your votes, winners will be announced in January. There is not much time, show your support for Zelda and vote away! Head on past the break for the titles nominated and the links to vote for your favorites.
Tri Force Heroes has been out for almost two months now and in a recent interview with Game Informer, Eiji Aonuma and Hiromasa Shikata answered a few questions about the true identity of the Hero seen at the very beginning of the game, the idea of a Naked costume that was to their disappointment not added to the game, and the desire to make a multi player Zelda game. During the interview the pair spoke quite candidly about the American marketing for the game and how the decision to have the American marketing differ from the Japanese marketing came to be. Follow along past the break to check out the full interview.
We just shared with you the latest scans from this week’s issue of Famitsu magazine. Among the four page spread there were several new details regarding the upcoming Hyrule Warriors Legends. A new feature called the “My Fairy System” which allows the player to “raise” a fairy and customize them to better assist you along your journey. Another tidbit discussed in the article is the Great Sea map that has been included in Adventure Mode, along with ten new items featured in the map.
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Just yesterday, this week’s issue of Famitsu magazine was published in Japan and as we shared with you the other day, inside was a four page spread dedicated to the upcoming, Hyrule Warriors Legends. Among the glossy and colorful pages you will find familiar faces such as Ganondorf, Ghirahim, Link, and Lana. There is also some new details about a previously unknown feature called, “My Fairy System”. Stay tuned for more details! For now, jump inside and take a look at the latest scans from Famitsu magazine!
Hyrule Warriors Legends‘ newest fighter, Linkle, is a large point of a discussion these days. With the continuously rising wish for more information on Zelda Wii U, people are often thinking of what to expect from any and all future games. Since the discussion of female protagonists in the series is a popular one, Eiji Aonuma’s recent thoughts on Linkle’s appearance in Hyrule Warriors could be great news for Zelda fans. We may just see more of her if player reactions to her are on the happier side.
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Hyrule Warriors Legends will release in March 2016 and although the title has already seen its debut on the Wii U as Hyrule Warriors, it seems as if Nintendo is really trying to set the 3DS apart with quite a bit of new content! Famitsu magazine will officially publish tomorrow with a small article on Hyrule Warriors Legends, but there has been a little bit of information that has leaked early. It appears that in the article we learn about new additions to the game; the first one called “My Fairy System”, although the article doesn’t seem to go too in depth about it, except to say that it will be able to be used to help players; the second tidbit is confirmation of the Great Sea Map in Adventure Mode. The magazine officially publishes tomorrow so stay tuned for more information!
Source: Famitsu (via: Nintendo Everything)
A YouTuber by the name of Laura Intravia created a very light hearted Majora’s Mask parody of “Downtown” by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. It referenced things such as the dance from the old Japanese SNES commercials and Ben drowned which is a cult classic. It was good to see the amount of effort put into the music video and that they put lots of references in. Intravia managed to get a good amount of people to help with the production and used some in game footage which was a very nice touch. The video is done to a high quality and the resources present were used well.
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This week, Famitsu released the results of its latest most wanted games charts. All votes were cast between November 5th and the 11th, and two different Zelda titles landed in the Top 25. The upcoming title, Hyrule Warriors Legends came in at #14 with 220 votes. Not all together a bad spot considering it has already been released for the Wii U, it would seem as if all of the newer content that will be added for the 3DS version is getting people excited. Although I am slightly biased as I would have preferred to see it in the Top 10, but that mainly stems from the fact that I find myself much more excited for this version than I was for the Wii U version. The next upcoming title to land its place in the most wanted charts is the yet unnamed Zelda Wii U, this game didn’t fair as well as it landed in the #23 spot with 177 votes, but considering this isn’t the first time we see this title in the most wanted, and it still doesn’t have a set release date, I would say it is not a bad showing. Its nice to see that a game that has been delayed is still able to inspire attention and desire from fans, though that emotion from gamers can be fleeting, and I definitely do not want to see fans loose interest because it took too long to release! What are your thoughts? Do you agree with where each title landed in the most wanted charts? What game are you most excited for? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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Admittedly, when The Wind Waker was released back in 2003, I was not a fan. My first look at it was as a twenty minute demo on the Zelda Collector’s Edition my siblings and I got for Christmas when I was ten. At the time, I had just finished playing through Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask–my second and third Zelda games ever–and the concept of a ‘Toon Link’ was so bizarre to me, the switch in worlds so monumental that, as a ten-year-old, I irrationally decided to reject the game entirely. It wasn’t until I was much older and the HD remake was released that I decided to give the game another chance, and found that I actually really liked it. In fact, it has, up until this point, become one of my favorite Zelda titles and I find myself replaying it every four-six months; almost as much as I replay Ocarina of Time.
Beyond the jump is a video where the guys at IGN explain this common occurrence throughout the fanbase. That, in the last twelve years since The Wind Waker‘s initial release, fans have converted from hating the change in Zelda’s direction, to absolutely adoring it and eager for more re-releases of favorite Zelda titles.