Lately, we’ve posted lots of news about Hyrule Warriors, and it seems it’s not going to end any soon. The Nintendo Console Gaming Facebook page released character overviews for Darunia, Ruto, Sheik, and Gohma; check out the general reviews that consist in a short description about each one:

“Darunia is an extremely powerful force, even within his tribe. And just like all Gorons, his rock-like body makes him tough to mess with. While he can sometimes be very stubborn, he loves his Goron brothers. In fact, referring to anyone as “brother” is a sign of the deepest affection a Goron can give. Darunia swings around his giant hammer like it weighs nothing at all but he also enjoys scattering enemies with the Goron specialty: The roll and charge!

Ruto is the princess of the Zoras, her home is located in Zora’s Domain, a small village at the end of Zora’s River that feeds into Lake Hylia. Ruto is quite refined and dedicated to her cause, she does what she has to in order to protect those she loves most, and that certainly includes her future husband, Link (it’s complicated). Water is Ruto’s specialty, and she uses it to great effect in battle by summoning giant waves that crash into enemies, as well as creating bubbles of water that she can swim through.

Introduced as a Sheikah, Sheik is ready and able to assist Hyrule’s effort, even if Impa is highly skeptical. Though quiet and betraying very little emotion, Sheik never the less finds ways to make a lasting impact on fellow warriors with a very distinct way with words. Kunai strapped to Sheik’s legs allow for quick mobility and deadly ranged attacks. Plus, a harp feels right at home between Sheik’s fingers, allowing the youth to play devastating harmonies to shock, burn, or banish enemies to darkness.

Gohma is a legacy Zelda enemy known for its one large eye and spider-like appearance, The eye may be its weakness, but Gohma isn’t about to leave it vulnerable, protecting itself with tough armor when not shooting at anyone that bothers it. Gohma is content to fire lasers at enemies from a distance, but can also get in close and personal with deadly claws and painful acid”

Hyrule Warriors will be released on August 14th in Japan, and we’re still getting sneak peeks of many things. That being said, what else do you think this game may have?

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Source: Nintendo

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