Tag: Tri Force Heroes

Tri Force Heroes was a game that pretty much came out of nowhere. Many people had mixed feelings about the game, was it just something to keep us busy while Nintendo continued working on Zelda U? Most of us have played the game by now and I can say with honesty that I enjoyed the game. It was quite unusual in terms of the classic Zelda formula. Gameplay wise it played very similarly to Four Swords and Four Sword Adventures, although the game…

Despite the release of not only Hyrule Warriors DLC, but also a new handheld entry in Tri Force Heroes, 2015 was relatively low-key for Zelda. As Jon discussed a couple of days ago, the highlight — if you can call it that — was just how little we heard about Zelda Wii U. Based solely on what we know right now, though, 2016 looks to be the series’ biggest year since 2011. Considering that it’s the franchise’s 30th anniversary, as…

In one of the latest interviews with the development team of Tri Force Heroes they discussed some of the costumes and their significance. They talk about costumes such as the cheerleader costume and the Timeless Tunic. They also discuss the choices that they made with costumes and the significance of some of the colors used for the costumes. Check out some of what was said after the jump!

Over the course of the past several weeks, fans have been selecting their favorite Nintendo titles of 2015 via Miiverse. Fans picked out many different Nintendo games as their Top favorites for both the Wii U and 3DS. Two different Zelda titles took both the #1 and #2 spots for Miiverse’s 2015 “Fan Faves”; Majora’s Mask 3D comes in at the #1 spot, followed by the newest adventure in the Zelda series, Tri Force Heroes at #2. Which Zelda game…

With Tri Force Heroes, you and your friends could go head-to-head in Colosseum Mode- a PvP mode playing by the rules of “whoever’s been hit/killed the least wins”. You could earn various materials for competing, with each world holding different rewards than the next. With some of the materials being exclusive to Colosseum Mode, the mode definitely has its worth. Based off of this and the mechanics, would it be reasonable (or even desired) to implement this feature into future…

Last week, in Monday’s Gossip Stone, we announced our giveaway of a digital Prima guide for Tri Force Heroes, and we have chosen our winner! Out of over 20 entries, our randomly chosen eGuide recipient is: Kieroni Congratulations! As there have been some issues with emails as of late, please email me at colonelmajora@gmail.com, and I will be able to give you the redemption code for the digital guide!

It has been some time now since it was released, but let’s be honest. Hyrule Historia had some of the biggest impact on the series in years. Theories about past titles, and the upcoming Zelda Wii U keep popping up with evidence taken from the book, the timeline revealed in the book keeps getting updated, and there was loads of concept artwork that still gets talked about today. It was a great item, but is there room for another? When…

New Tri Force Heroes DLC was just announced during the Nintendo Direct! The new DLC will feature two new costumes; Linebeck’s Uniform which lets you look inside treasure chests, and the Fierce Deity Armor which increases your attack power and will allow you to shoot beams in four directions. The new DLC will also add an entirely new area names, the Den of Trials which has thirty new levels. These new additions will be made available for free on December…

The guys from the Game Grumps YouTube channel are tackling the newest Zelda title! In the newest Grumpcade series, Ross, Barry and Ninja Brian are off on adventure, likely to be filled with trolling each other and swearing a lot about their own ridiculous mistakes. Check out the first episode after the jump! (WARNING: Strong language)

U.K. YouTube Caddicarus has made a new episode of his Drive Thru Review series, taking a look at Tri Force Heroes. As with his past episodes, the review is quick, short, and concise, so if you are not looking to go through every detail of longer reviews like those of IGN or Gamespot, this is a good way to judge the game. Check out the video after the jump!