Koei Tecmo announced plans to launch new Hyrule Warriors DLC in Japan on October 31, so expect it to arrive elsewhere around that time, too. This update brings two characters to the Wii U and 3DS versions, with the latter getting some extra content on top of that. New characters getting in on the action with the A Link Between Worlds DLC include Ravio and Yuga, pictured after the jump.
Nintendo is getting ready to update Hyrule Warriors Legends with the Link's Awakening Pack DLC, available June 30 for $6.99. The 3DS version of the set adds in a playable Marin, 16 new My Fairy costume pieces, a new Adventure Mode map, two new challenge scenarios, and a new Linkle weapon. Hit the jump for more.
Hyrule Warriors Legends is getting another classic character this summer. Nintendo announced plans to add Marin from Game Boy outing The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening during their WonderCon panel, with the character set to debut as part of a Link's Awakening-themed DLC set. Hit the jump for more.
Hyrule Warriors Legends has plenty of use for amiibo, and Nintendo of Europe is back with another trailer highlighting their functionality and the bonuses they can unlock. Hit the jump for more.
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.
Koei Tecmo posted the first Hyrule Warriors Legends overview video, offering up a lengthy showcase of everything that's in the upcoming Nintendo 3DS version. Watch as producer Yosuke Hayashi and voice actress Ruriko Aoki explore the port after the jump.
When Hyrule Warriors Legends hits Japan on January 21, a new 3DS unit will also be available. The Hyrule Gold New 3DS LL, priced at ¥18,800 ($156), doesn't pack a copy of the game, but it does come with a download code for a special costume for Link. Fans of the original The Legend of Zelda will get a kick out of the Classic Link costume, which decks him out like it's 1986. Read on for more.
Koei Tecmo shared a new full trailer for Hyrule Warriors Legends, which is coming to Nintendo 3DS in the west on March 25. The video starts off with a showcase of all the previously playable characters while also reintroducing Linkle and the rest of the new additions. Hit the jump for more.
When female Link character Linkle was first revealed she was shown briefly among the other new playable characters in Hyrule Warriors Legends. Now she has her own character trailer that shows more of her dual-wielding crossbow moves after the jump.
Another play movie is here for Hyrule Warriors Legends, this time throwing Skull Kid into the mix for a mischievous moon-powered melee massacre. More after the jump.
After seeing so many heroes in action, it's time to get a little evil in the latest Hyrule Warriors Legends footage. Watch as Ganondorf takes control of the battlefields after the jump.
In all the post-Linkle excitement we somehow neglected to post a more recent gameplay promo for Hyrule Warriors Legends, which hits Nintendo 3DS in early 2016. Watch Toon Link hard at work fighting off his foes after the jump.