A few hours ago a trailer suddenly popped online for Hyrule Warriors on Nintendo 3DS, but Koei Tecmo has since removed it. While the announcement apparently went up a little prematurely, we know the Musou-style hack-and-slasher is coming to Nintendo's portable, and it's bringing some new characters along for the ride. Hit the jump for more.
We recently posted about the Ganon Pack DLC for Hyrule Warriors, which, among other goodies, puts players in control of the hulking Ganon. Koei Tecmo followed up with some footage, showing just how destructive the Zelda series villain can be after the jump.
Nintendo and Koei Tecmo are getting ready to launch the next set of DLC for Hyrule Warriors in Japan. This one brings more evil to the table with the Ganon Pack, which hits the eShop on February 26 for ¥500 ($4.20). Hit the jump for more.
One of the many announcements during yesterday's Nintendo Direct presentation concerned an update for Hyrule Warriors, which brings a bunch of Majora's Mask themed goodies to the game. Best of all, one of the characters joining in on the action is… Tingle! He'll be playable along with Young Link, and the add-on will also feature a new Adventure Mode map and new costumes. See a preview after the jump.
The Twilight Princess DLC pack is now available to purchase either individually or as part of a $20 season pass for Hyrule Warriors, bringing with it a playable Twili Midna and more. See the new content in the trailer after the jump.
Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma recently shared some info on the upcoming Twilight Princess DLC pack for Hyrule Warriors, which adds in a playable Twili Midna and other new features. Aonuma hinted at one of the costumes being surprising, and sure enough, you'll be able to dress Link up as the Postman character, short-shorts and all. Hit the jump for more.
Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma posted a message on Miiverse to announce some details for the next Hyrule Warriors DLC pack. The chief addition is a new playable character in the form of Twili Midna, who only appeared in this form at the end of 2006's The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. More after the jump.
There may not be much info to go on, but Nintendo has something cooking for Hyrule Warriors and the amiibo NFC (Near Field Communication) figure of Link. Hit the jump for more.