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.
We just saw gameplay trailers for two of the playable villains added to Hyrule Warriors in a free update, so it's fitting that Koei Tecmo rounds out the trio with a trailer featuring the third, Wizzro, after the jump.
The free Hyrule Warriors update is now available in Japan, bringing with it playable villains Cia, Volga, and Wizzro, as well as a feature that lets players turn off enemy appearance cutscenes in Adventure Mode. Koei Tecmo and Nintendo followed up with the Cia and Volga trailers after the jump.
Hyrule Warriors is getting ready to make its villains playable in an update that hits Japan on September 30. The free update will add playable versions of Cia, Volga, and Wizzro, along with a feature that lets players turn off enemy appearance cutscenes in Adventure Mode. Hit the jump for pics and more.
With the English release right around the corner, Nintendo of America is ramping up promotion for Zelda Musou, which is localized as Hyrule Warriors. Get ready for Dynasty Warriors with a Legend of Zelda twist in the TV commercial after the jump.
Even though it's already out on Wii U in Japan, Hyrule Warriors will still have a presence at this month's Tokyo Game Show. Koei Tecmo tweeted about plans to hold a game competition for Zelda Musou on Saturday, September 20, and there will also be info on the next update. Read on for more.
A few days ago we posted about a big update making its way to Hyrule Warriors, AKA Zelda Musou, in Japan on September 1. Nintendo of America confirmed plans to bring that same update to the west, and will be available when the game launches in North America on September 26. Read on for more.
Hyrule Warriors is getting an update in Japan on September 1, bringing with it a new Challenge Mode, NES-style sword and shield, additional background music options, and bug fixes. Hit the jump for screens and more.
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!