Tag: Nintendo Wii U

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…

Zelda U on the NX?

September 22 2015 by Jarrod Hadrian

With all of the discussion regarding The Legend of Zelda for Wii U many fans have been speculating release dates and how those dates could affect the title. With the original game release planned for 2015, it could now release in early 2016 or possibly an even later date. Due to the title being pushed past its original 2015 release date it has been speculated that it could release on the NX alongside the Wii U version. If Zelda U…

As Japan enjoys the gift that is Hyrule Warriors and other countries wait patiently for their turn to play, Nintendo has been working in the background to boost the experience for Hyrule Warriors. Nintendo News recently reported that Nintendo will be launching a program on September 26th (United States release date) for DLC to be distributed for free to people who buy the game. Hit the jump to find out what the DLC package contains!

With Hyrule Warriors‘ release in Japan, we’ve been gaining a lot of information and footage the last few days.  And with Hyrule Warriors’ release drawing near North America, we’ve been ever-so impatient to get our hands on the next installment of the Zelda Series. Recently, footage showcasing Link sporting his Ocarina of Time Costume has been uploaded via YouTube, and you can see it after the jump.  I think we’ve all been waiting for the chance to watch Link wiping out hoards of…

Recently, news has broken out from several German and Dutch retailers, that Hyrule Warriors may be cheaper than the average game. If so; does this mean the rest of the international market will follow too? Is this part of Nintendo’s strategy for enticing new players into the Warriors franchise? Let’s see what this means after the jump.

Since it was revealed at this year’s E3, the new Zelda title for the Wii U has many fans excited and wondering what it will be like. Recently, Mases of Zelda Dungeon and GenGAME sat down with Eiji Aonuma where he stated that a previous Zelda game’s success does not change the direction he wants to take for new entries in the series. Take the jump to see Aonuma’s full quote!

As avid Zelda players and collectors, we all revel in the addition of a new game or a re-release of software onto a new, shiny console. Though Nintendo does offer many classic games on the eShop and Virtual Console, they have seemed reluctant to allow players access to all of the Zelda games on any particular console. However, in a highly anticipated move forward, the company has released A Link to the Past as a digital download for the Wii…

Pre-order bonuses are always great additional perks and incentives for getting a new release. The Wind Waker HD limited edition Ganondorf figure quickly sold out shortly after it was available. Much to our surprise, GameStop has re-listed this product that was previously sold out as available. If you were one of the fans who missed out on the first round, be sure to take advantage of this while it is in stock! See another picture of the Ganondorf figure and…

When Hyrule Historia was first released in Japan, there was an obvious mix-up in the Ocarina of Time section. Two of the medallions were mixed up. The medallions were those of Darunia and Nabooru. Later when Hyrule Historia came to North America, the error was still included within the book. Now that the digital version has been released on the Nintendo Wii U, it has been confirmed that the error is still unfixed. See the image containing the error after…

A new trailer was released for The Wind Waker HD. It shows some comparison between the HD remake and the original version of the title. It also shows some new features, using the GamePad, the new Hero Mode, Off-TV Play, and Miiverse. A lot of these features were already revealed so this is nothing groundbreaking. The video is a pretty nice overview of the bulk of new features though.