Are you ready for another gameplay video for Tri Force Heroes? In the latest gameplay video from GameSpot we bear witness to what it will take for our trio of Heroes to defeat this games version of Moldorm in a Boss Fight. A fair amount of teamwork will be needed to mislead and distract this big glowing baddie so that our Heroes can survive until the end. Head on past the break to see how the trio works together to defeat Moldorm!
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In a YouTube video by Tomoya Hamasaki, a HD render of Twilight Princess was shown with game play present. In this two and a half minute preview video it was demonstrated how Twilight Princess could look if it were on a console capable of a high definition display. We are shown areas such as Hyrule Field and Kakariko Village. All of the locations done looked very impressive and they will only get better as the project is worked on for a longer period of time.
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It seems that recreating Zelda music in creative new ways, no matter the series title, never gets old. YouTuber RebeccaETripp, known for making incredible orchestral medleys and songs from numerous games, has made made a medley for A Link to the Past. the 20-minute long medley has music from almost the entire game, and is well-worth a listen. You can also buy the medley off of her Bandcamp page for only a dollar!
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A recent video from GameSpot has revealed footage of a currently unnamed boss in Tri Force Heroes. The boss is fought with the new item, the Water Rod, and though simple in design, seems like it will be a lot of fun to fight! Tri Force Heroes is releasing on the 23rd this month, so if this boss looks like fun, then never fear! It’ll be a fight you can be a part of real soon!
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In a new five and a half minute trailer for Tri Force Heroes, the plight of Princess Styla is detailed by the woman herself. After describing her curse, she explains that she needs heroes to get her style back and that players can join up with friends or anyone online. The number of dungeons, the use of items, and other gameplay elements are briefly covered. Then Styla introduces Madame Couture, the use of outfits, and the colosseum mode. During all of this you’ll be treated to her quirky comedy and prissy shrieks, so check out the trailer after the jump!
In one of HMK’s recent videos, he has speculated that the reason for the Zelda U delay could be that Nintendo changed the graphics for the title. Nintendo would most likely not have changed the style and HMK does not think that they will change it, however the idea was explored. It was mentioned that it could have been the reason that Zelda U was not shown at E3 2015 even though they said that they had footage. They would not have been able to show said footage as it would not look like the finished game.
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The Legend of Zelda series has long since inspired many artists and musicians over the years. Since 1986 the music behind this long standing franchise has motivated many to create spectacular covers of the music heard within the series. The YouTube channel PyjamaPants has one such artist, a singer and music teacher with a passion for video games and music. In her latest video posted on her YouTube channel she takes you through all of her most favorite 2D dungeon themes, in an acapella medley.
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A little over a month ago we shared with you a project that our fellow Zelda site, Zelda Universe had taken on in partnership with HMK. The endeavor consists of a series of videos titled Zelda 101 that would take you through the lore and world within the vast Zelda franchise. Their first episode focused on the Fierce Deity or “Kishin” as he is known in Japan and how this transformation impacted our hero in Majora’s Mask. Now, the second episode deals with the Hero’s Shade, the dark and mysterious specter that you encounter in Twilight Princess. Join Zelda Universe and HMK to discover his place and secrets within the lore of the Zelda franchise.
“Go forth and do not falter, my child.” – Hero’s Shade
Head past the break to check out episode 2 of Zelda 101.
If you have had enough of all the Tri Force Heroes coverage, then STOP, go no further as there is even more gameplay ahead! In the latest gameplay footage, GameSpot takes us through some puzzle solving adventures with the Water Rod and shows us that team work is sometimes not that easy! Will all our friendships survive this cooperative… errr, maybe not so cooperative play?
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Did You Know Gaming has once again graced us with some little-known Zelda knowledge, in their new episode about fan-favorite Twilight Princess. This video, featuring JonTron, has some neat points of interest, so if you are one who wants to know absolutely everything about Zelda games, don’t miss out!
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Ever wanted to bring a little of The Wind Waker into Super Smash Bros.? Now for the first time since Super Smash Bros. Brawl you can pick up some DLC that features the Pirate Ship stage from The Wind Waker. Currently this new DLC is only available for the Wii U, and features the Pirate Ship and all the weather and storms that you remember from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Never fear, the King of Red Lions is there too! Jump on in past the break to get a head-to-head comparison of the stage from Brawl vs. the new DLC for the Wii U, courtesy of GameXplain!
Yesterday, we shared with you that while our heroes are in the lobby within Tri Force Heroes, and one of them dashes into a wall it will start a fantastic little mini-game. During the game various tunes from current and classic Zelda titles can be heard. While our heroes are playing the mini-game they must keep a bouncing ball in the air by smashing their swords in tune with the music, if they fail the ball will fall to the floor and break. Depending on how long the heroes were able to keep up the bouncing fun, they could be in for a nice stash of rupees. Head past the break and see if you can recognize the tunes from the video!
Nintendo UK has just released a commercial for The legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes. In it we see our heroes solving puzzles, battling foes, and changing into the many different costumes available. Dungeons, Monsters, and Costume Changes, OH MY! Head past the break to check it out.
The news for Tri Force Heroes just keeps on coming! We have now learned that you can hear music from various Zelda titles in the musical minigame found in the lobby of Tri Force Heroes. This is a fun little Easter egg treat as it would appear that the game is started by dashing into a wall in the lobby. In this new video from GameXplain you will be able to hear a couple of songs you will recognize from other Zelda games, such as the Lon Lon Ranch theme and the Song of Storms! You can also hear the Tri Force Heroes trailer theme as well!
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There seems to be no end in site for the great new footage and information from Tri Force Heroes that we have to share! The latest gameplay footage we have to share is from GameXplain and takes place in the Riverside section. During the trio of hero’s adventures in this world they happen upon the Secret Fortress where talent in using the Water Rod will prove invaluable to out team of intrepid adventurers. It would appear that if our heroes were to equip the Torrent Robe they would then be able to get the Water Rods abilities to expand and literally double the size of the water column created!
Jump in past the break to check out the water-filled action.