This morning we posted about the latest playable additions to Hyrule Warriors' roster, and now we've got another gameplay video. Koei Tecmo and the Zelda Musou team kick off this week with a look at Link doing battle while wearing his mighty Power Glove after the jump.
This week's issue of Japanese gaming mag Famitsu is announcing more playable characters for Hyrule Warriors, AKA Zelda Musou. The Wii U hack-and-slasher is throwing in three characters from Nintendo 64 classic The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, making Shiek, Darunia, and Princess Ruto playable. More after the jump.
The folks behind Hyrule Warriors (Zelda Musou) have another gameplay clip for us, and while we've seen Princess Zelda in action before, this one has her putting the Wind Waker weapon to good use after the jump.
Last week the pages of Famitsu magazine revealed that Fi from The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword will be playable in Hyrule Warriors. Now we can see just how the sword spirit plays thanks to the latest gameplay trailer after the jump.
It's time for another Hyrule Warriors (Zelda Musou) character reveal, and this one comes once again from the pages of Famitsu magazine. The latest playable character to join the roster is Fi, the sword spirit from The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. Hit the jump for more.
Koei Tecmo is here with another look at one of the playable characters in Hyrule Warriors, AKA Zelda Musou. Midna from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is the star of the show in this one, and like most of the other characters we've seen thus far, she looks pretty darn powerful. See how she plays after the jump.
The latest gameplay footage from Hyrule Warriors (Zelda Musou) focuses on Agitha from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. Agitha battles with her parasol, can call upon insects for assistance, and more, so see some of what she's working with after the jump.
Curious about what's up with the brand new character in Hyrule Warriors (Zelda Musou)? Koei Tecmo's latest burst of footage features Lana, the White Witch who fights with the assistance of her book of magic. See a bit of how she plays in the video after the jump.
The Hyrule Warriors (Zelda Musou) gameplay fun continues with some footage of Princess Zelda, who certainly doesn't seem to need any help from Link. Cue an exasperated "Well, excuuuuu-uuuuuse me, Princess" as you watch the latest video after the jump.
It's clear we're in the middle of an appropriately action-packed swarm of footage for Hyrule Warriors, which debuts in Japan this August as Zelda Musou. The latest preview comes in the form of more gameplay footage, this time showing how much ass Impa kicks with her giant sword after the jump.
We no doubt have plenty of playable character reveals to look forward to for Hyrule Warriors, AKA Zelda Musou, which hits Japan first this August. This week's issue of Famitsu magazine reveals that Agitha from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess will be joining in on the action, and that Zant and Argorok will appear in the game in some form. Read on for more.
A few days ago we saw how tough Link can be in Hyrule Warriors, AKA Zelda Musou. Omega Force and Team Ninja are back to reinforce that with footage that shows Link thrashing enemies with the Fire Rod after the jump.
Omega Force and Team Ninja are here with another preview of Hyrule Warriors, known as Zelda Musou in Japan. The Dynasty Warriors style take on The Legend of Zelda hits Japan in August before making its way to the west, and you can see more of how Link fights after the jump.
Sometimes it takes courage, wisdom, and power just to wake up in the morning, so Tecmo Koei's recently revealed bonus for the special editions of Hyrule Warriors is appropriate. Among other goodies, both the Japanese Premium Box and Treasure Box releases come packing a Triforce clock, which looks pretty much exactly like you'd expect. Hit the jump for more.
One of the games previewed during Nintendo's E3 stream was Hyrule Warriors (Zelda Musou), which showed off co-op and more playable characters in addition to the previously revealed Link and Impa. See them and more after the jump.