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A recent Miiverse post from Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma confirmed that the highlight of the new DLC pack for Hyrule Warriors, the Twilight Princess pack, will be the inclusion of Midna in her true, “twili” form.
This is the form that Midna assumes at the very end of Twilight Princess, when she finally goes back to being a breathtakingly beautiful princess.
She will use the Mirror of Twilight as a weapon. Aonuma said that it’s pretty amazing. In fact, he “can’t describe in words what’s so amazing about it.”
It was also confirmed that there will be many other features in the Twilight Princess pack, including new weapons, costumes, a new adventure map, and a costume for Link that will let you dress him up “as a certain familiar character from the Zelda series.”
For those who blazed through the on-disc content of Hyrule Warriors and just want to play more, this will definitely be a great purchase. Big fans of Twilight Princess will also probably get a kick out of it.
So, what do you think? Will the inclusion of Twili Midna affect your playstyle? What do you think that new Link costume will be? Leave us your thoughts in the comments or on Zelda Eternity’s forums!
At today’s Nintendo Direct, the long rumored Nintendo 3DS remake of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask was officially confirmed!
3DS owners will be able to return to the grim world of Termina in spring 2015. This time, it will be enhanced with graphics and mechanics resembling the Ocarina of Time remake.
Update: A special edition of Majora’s Mask 3D will be released around the same time. It will include a steelbook case, Majora’s Mask pin, Poster, and a physical copy of the game. So far, this special edition is confirmed only for Europe. We can hope that it goes global.
Source: My Nintendo News
We will have more information as it comes.
You can find the Nintendo Direct archive right here. Check out the reveal trailer after the jump, as well as the trailer for the special edition.
A while back, we reported on a project being worked on by our friends the Shinesparkers called Harmony of Heroes. It is a mind-numbingly massive collaborative musical tribute to the Super Smash Bros series, and official launch details were released just yesterday.
The album, consisting of 101 songs spanning more than 7 hours, will come out on October 4, and will be accompanied by a listening party. For information on that, check out the event’s Facebook page. You should also check out their official website for further details.
This will definitely make for good listening while playing Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS. Be sure to leave your thoughts in the comments section or on Zelda Eternity’s forums.
We here at Zelda Eternity are no strangers to the Game Theorists Youtube Channel. In the past they have tackled many Zelda related topics between their three series.
This time around, Game Theory host Matthew Patrick tackles the question of which Link would win in a fight between all of them, and his very definitive conclusion may surprise you.
If you liked the video, be sure to check out the Game Theorists Youtube Channel for more stuff like that.
What do you think? Do you agree with his conclusion? Do you disagree? Let us know in the comments section or on Zelda Eternity’s forums!
The latest Zelda spin-off, Hyrule Warriors, is almost here, and how fitting that I should be the one to bring you a review of it! To give you the most basic rundown, Hyrule Warriors is a crossover between Dynasty Warriors and The Legend of Zelda. The aim of the game – primarily from the Dynasty Warriors system – is to maintain control of a vast battlefield. Each map has its own goal for success, and you’ll receive missions throughout the battle which progress you toward the ultimate goal of each scenario.
A quick note from the reviewer before we begin: I didn’t think it wise to give this game a number score. My idea of a good score may be different from your idea of a good score, and it would just boil all I have to say about the game down to an arbitrary number.
With the launch of Hyrule Warriors just over a week away for those in America, the hype train is about to reach the station. It doesn’t have to stop, however, as Nintendo of America recently confirmed via Twitter that the 4 Hyrule Warriors DLC packs previously confirmed for Europe and Japan will also be making their way stateside.
These packs can be purchased individually, but Nintendo is also offering a season pass for $20.00, which will include the Dark Link costume as a bonus.
Check out the details for each pack and the original tweet after the jump.
Those of you Zelda fans living in New York City may want to cancel your preorders for the upcoming Zelda spin off, Hyrule Warriors. It has just been announced via Twitter that a Hyrule Warriors limited edition package featuring Link’s scarf from the game will be going on sale at the Nintendo World Store in New York City.
While this set was widely released in Europe and even included a clock and art book in Japan, its US release will be extremely limited. The Nintendo World Store will not be accepting preorders, citing “high demand” in this tweet. It is also worth noting that quantities are limited.
For further details, check out Polygon’s article here.
What do you think of this? Is it a brilliant marketing decision, or a foolish one? Will you be there in NYC to grab your copy? Discuss these questions and more in the comments or on Zelda Eternity’s forums.
With the exception of that one part with Epona on the bridge in Twilight Princess, the Zelda series has never been known for having stunningly beautiful cut scenes. That is, until Hyrule Warriors came out in Japan and the world was able to see the remarkable quality that Tecmo Koei was able to bring to the table in terms of cinematic sequences. Now, Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma is determined to have the upcoming Legend of Zelda game for Wii U feature cut scenes of this caliber.
See the full quote after the jump.
The possibility of a Legend of Zelda character appearing in a Mario Kart game has been raised before, but never as little more than a far-reaching hypothetical. That made it all the more exciting when a new Mario Kart 8 DLC was revealed inadvertently by Nintendo UK.
There will be 2 DLC packs in total, the first launching in November and the second holding off until May. Fortunately, it’s the first one that will be welcoming the unmistakable Hero of Time to the kart racer’s wild race courses. The packs originally appeared for pre-order on the Nintendo UK store here, but are now listed as “sold out.”
Link will be bearing his Skyward Sword appearance and have the Hylian Crest as his racer insignia. Other than that, nothing is known about how Link will be incorporated into the game.
In addition to Link’s appearance, there will also be 5 other new characters between the 2 packs, Tanooki Mario, Cat Peach, Dry Bowser, Villager, and Isabelle. Each pack will also include 2 new cups with 4 courses each, coming to a grand total of 16 new courses! This is definitely something for Mario Kart fans to look forward to.
For more information, check out the article from Polygon here.
What do you think of a Zelda character crossing over into Mario territory? Will you be racing as Link or sticking to the more traditional fare? Feel free to discuss these questions in the comments or on Zelda Eternity’s forums.