Tag: Multiplayer

As a girl who grew up with a twin brother, I was typically either his player two or his backseat driver when it came to video games. In Zelda, I’d nag him if he passed mindlessly by a torch puzzle (even if it just gets you rupees, why not do it?), I’d cheer him on during boss battles, or I’d scold him for harming a poor cucco that never once did him wrong! I had some great times watching my…

In the time Tri Force Heroes has been released, I’ve played through most of the game via single player. And I’m sure my reason is pretty much the same as others’ too (no friends to play with). And as I’m sure playing online is the clear option, sometimes it’s nice to just play by yourself once in a while. However, I’ve found that the time I’ve spent playing single player isn’t so much an issue, as much as it is…

Are you enjoying Tri Force Heroes? Right now, people seem to be liking both the multiplayer and single-player modes of the game, but did you know that originally, there was to only be multiplayer? It is certainly a good thing that was not what happened, or many players would likely be quite angry. In an interview with Time magazine, Aonuma and Shikata discuss the game, and detail how single-player was added. Check out the quotes after the jump.

In a recent Tri Force Heroes gameplay video, IGN explored the game’s fashion capital and each of its lovely shops. The video starts off in the castle at the heart of Hytopia, in the room where the dopples remain when not in use, and the town tour begins with Madame Couture’s shop where the IGN player orders a Zora Costume. The tour then proceeds to the Photo Bro shop which is essentially a Miiverse portal. And on to the Daily…

Biggest problem with online multiplayer games? Innapropriate conversation. Second biggest problem? People who play bad on purpose. And while Nintendo solves the first problem by not allowing independent speech in Tri Force Heroes, they have a rather unique way of dealing with the second. Hit the jump and talk a look at how to weed out the players Nintendo has deemed ‘false heroes’

With the multiplier 3DS title well on the way, Tri Force Heroes commercials have been popping up at an accelerated rate. Today we see a new one from Nintendo 3DS UK entitled, “Totam Time!” It emphasizes the teamwork element of the game sporting taglines, “Communicate and work together!”, “Share items and abilities in 30+ Levels!”, and “Stack up in a totem to overcome obstacles.” It also showcases more gameplay, and a Moldorm-like boss we haven’t seen before, so check it…

 The staff over at Pocket Gamer has been playing through an early copy of Tri Force Heroes and has amassed a short yet comprehensive guide to give an overview of the early stages of the game before you pick up your copy on October 23rd. The guide takes you through what the game is about, how to play without two friends readily available, how progress saves when playing with different groups, how much the game feels like a main series…

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…

Fans have been a bit concerned with how they will find teammates in Tri Force Heroes. While we’ve already heard that the game will include both local and online play, we still weren’t completely clear on the details. Director Hiromasa Shikata recently cleared up some of the confusion in an interview with IGN. In the interview, he explained how Tri Force Heroes will feature local, regional, and world online play, and he explained how flexible the match-making will be when filling out your team…

It has been a while since the release of a Four Swords adventure in the Zelda series. But, with the newly announced Zelda: Tri Force Heroes, you and your friends are getting yet another chance to link up and play together to solve dungeons. In fact, this is a very important part of the puzzle as teamwork will be necessary…