Posted on June 20 2015 by Nathanial Rumphol-Janc
It goes without saying that we spent a bunch of time playing
Tri Force Heroes. I am pleased to announce today that our Tri Force Heroes Walkthrough and Game Index has gone live. On it you can find direct gameplay of all 4 of the currently known stages, quick access to useful information such as related wiki pages and of course quick access to our Everything We Know About Tri Force Heroesarticle, which we plan to keep as up to date as humanly possible. We are also currently working on expanding this index to include 4 walkthrough guides for each of the 4 playable stages so far. It is very likely these stages make it into the final game.
The walkthrough sections will be based upon 3 player gameplay, but we will update them later with tips for solo play and might even include sections with helpful hints to make online play easier. We will then be updating it with the new modes, including Challenge Modes, at a future undetermined date. If nothing else, our
Tri Force Heroes Game Index is going to be the place to be to find any information you could possibly want to know about the game. We’re extremely proud of the work we’ve done and the content we have coming your way.
While I’m at it, we’ve got updates to some of our other game sections as well. Since we last talked about it, our 100% text guide in our
Majora’s Mask 3D Walkthrough has been updated with several chapters and is now almost complete. Our most recent additions include Chapter 14: Ikana Castle, Chapter 15: Stone Tower Temple, and Chapter 16: After Stone Tower Temple. As always, this is a 100% guide, so if you follow it from start to finish you will complete the entirety of Majora’s Mask 3D.
I am also happy to announce we have two new walkthroughs in production right now behind the scenes.
The Minish Cap and Zelda II: The Adventure of Link will be joining our walkthrough ranks with 100% text guides in the near future.
We hope you appreciate all hard work our walkthrough team is putting in this summer as we look forward to a brighter future. We even have made major strides on our brand new, as of yet not public, Zelda Wiki, but you’ll have to stay tuned for more on that at a future date.