In 2008, Shotaro Ishinomori was posthumously awarded the Guinness World Record for most comics published by one author for a body of work over 128,000 pages, which included the creation of seminal superpowered team Cyborg 009. He also created a manga adaptation of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past for Nintendo Power manga. Viz has announced that they will be releasing the work.
Hyrule Warriors is officially out on Wii U in Japan today as Zelda Musou, and Koei Tecmo has a new gameplay trailer featuring another one of the hack-and-slasher's playable villains. It's Ghirahim's turn this time, and you can watch the Skyward Sword antagonist charge into battle with the demon sword after the jump.
The Usurper King Zant is one of the villains that was recently announced for Hyrule Warriors, and he's also the subject of Koei Tecmo's newest gameplay trailer. Watch the antagonist from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess in action after the jump.
GameStop isn't the only retailer getting costume exclusives for Hyrule Warriors. The Twilight Princess and Skyward Sword outfits are coming to Amazon and Best Buy, respectively. More after the jump.
Today we've got a couple new videos previewing more of Hyrule Warriors, starting with the opening of its Adventure Mode. As you'll see, Koei Tecmo and the folks behind Zelda Musou whipped up an appropriately NES-themed opening to the mode. Hit the jump for that and more!
As promised, Nintendo delivered a special Direct presentation focusing on Hyrule Warriors, and a bunch of details were divulged. Chief among them was the addition of some more playable characters. The evil Zant (Twilight Princess) and Ghirahim (Skyward Sword) join the Musou game's roster, as does fan-favorite villain Ganondorf, who you can see in action after the jump.
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask fan project is quite the undertaking; perhaps you saw some footage from the in-progress HD recreation back in 2012. Artists Pablo Belmonte and Paco Martinez are still working on it, and you can see more of their impressive efforts in the video after the jump.