Nintendo shared some more details on the differences in the upcoming Wii U version of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, starting with a handy new item called the Ghost Lantern. If you have bad memories of the Poe soul-retrieving quest in the original game, this item will make things easier by glowing whenever it's in the same area as a Poe. Read on for more.
Akira Himekawa has confirmed on Twitter that a manga adaptation of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is in the works, scheduled to run on Shogakukan's Manga One digital platform. In July 2015, they posted a teaser concerning their return to Zelda manga after the better part of a decade with a suggestion that fans follow them on social media for updates. More after the jump.
If you need a refresher on The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess before the HD remaster launches on Wii U, Nintendo UK posted a story trailer. More after the jump.
Nintendo recently showcased the way that The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD is compatible with the pack-in Wolf Link amiibo, and the Nintendo Minute followed that up with an in-depth tour of the remaster. Hit the jump for more.
Yesterday Nintendo sent out a press release highlighting new amiibo figures and functionality for upcoming games, including Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, more Animal Crossing figures, yet-to-be-announced Star Fox Zero compatibility, the return of some Pokémon amiibo, and March launch plans for the Ryu, Roy, and R.O.B. (Famicom Colors) figures. More after the jump.
It's time for more of producer Yosuke Hayashi and voice actress Ruriko Aoki playing Hyrule Warriors Legends with the arrival of the fourth overview video. The demo is out now in Japan, with the full game hitting the region on January 21, and the latest video shows more of its modes. Watch the first Time Attack challenge followed by some Rush Battle action after the jump.
One of the fresh features in Hyrule Warriors Legends on Nintendo 3DS is the addition of the new My Fairy system, which allows for the raising and customization of fairy partners in Adventure Mode. That's one of the highlights of the third gameplay video from producer Yosuke Hayashi and voice actress Ruriko Aoki, which also shows some of the new playable characters in action and more after the jump.
Producer Yosuke Hayashi and voice actress Ruriko Aoki are back with the second in a series of overview videos for Hyrule Warriors Legends, which hits Nintendo 3DS in Japan on January 21. You can see part 1 here, and continue the extended footage after the jump.