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In yet another surprise Zelda-related reveal, at the close of The Game Awards 2014, Reggie Fils-Aime introduced the world premiere of new gameplay footage from the upcoming Zelda Wii U game. A plethora of things were revealed and confirmed for the title, such as the return of the sailcloth and Epona, a HUGE map that’s manipulable on the gamepad, and slow motion catapulting off of Epona to shoot arrows. You can watch the entire reveal below. Read more…
In a silent and surprise unveiling yesterday, it was revealed that the Symphony of the Goddesses Tour was coming back for a whole new slate of shows called “Master Quest” in 2015 all over the world. A press release that came out today said that the tour “will add brand new music and visuals from recent and upcoming The Legend of Zelda games, but will maintain the beloved experience fans have come to expect.” Read more…
A new episode of The Spoils Bag has been uploaded to our YouTube channel! This time we round up all the news about The Legend of Zelda at E3 and bring it to you in a 6 minute video
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The release date to the upcoming Dynasty Warriors/Zelda crossover, Hyrule Warriors, is fast approaching, and after a spectacular showing at E3 this year, the hype among Zelda fans worldwide is tangible. For Zelda fans in the series’ country of origin, Tecmo Koei is pouring coal into the furnace of the Japanese hype locamotive– and no coal burns better in this industry than the coal of pack-in bonuses.
A recent job posting over at Grezzo, the company behind the Ocarina of Time 3D remake, has hinted that they may be working on a new Zelda-related project, asking potential employees, “Would you like to make a Legend with us?” While this confirms nothing, all signs point to the early stages of Majora’s Mask 3D development. We’ll keep you updated as this story develops, and be sure to stick with Zelda Eternity for everything Zelda!
Nintendo’s E3 2014 Digital Event has just aired, and, with it, came our first glimpse at the new Legend of Zelda game for the Wii U. According to Mr. Aonuma, the game will return to its roots and feature a large, open world for players to explore fully, going even so far as to say that players will be able to traverse those mountains you see above that are far, far off into the distance.
At Nintendo’s E3 Digital Event today, they revealed a brand new trailer for Hyrule Warriors, the unorthodox crossover between The Legend of Zelda and Tecmo Koei’s Dynasty Warriors.
This game is beginning to look downright spectacular, so be sure to check out the trailer after the jump!
Late last year, Nintendo stunned the Zelda fanbase by revealing Hyrule Warriors, a new Zelda game with the gameplay style of Tecmo Koei’s Dynasty Warriors. At the time, the only information on the release date was that it would come out some time in 2014.
Well, the most recent issue of Famitsu magazine has confirmed that Nintendo’s new hack-and-slash will be dropping in Japan on August 14th, 2014. Keep checking back for more information on the international releases.
The most recent Zelda game was a return to the classic bird’s-eye view of the Super Nintendo days, and few would argue that it was a fantastic Zelda game.
Could it be that this experiment was so successful that a new Zelda game as soon as the very next one could follow in its footsteps? Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma seems to be implying that such a thing could happen in his recent interview with the Official Nintendo Magazine. Check out the original interview here. Here’s what he said:
“I think the top-down view made the ability to enter the wall really interesting. Also, in this game, I feel we’ve found a new direction in regards to the potential use of the good old top-down view for Zelda. It’s the kind of point we will take in good consideration when thinking about the next Zelda game.”
Do you find this to be an exciting prospect? Or are you just itching for a return to behind-the-back 3D? Be sure to give us your input and predictions.
Source: My Nintendo News