As hinted at earlier this week, a new playable character for Nintendo and Tecmo Koei’s crossover title, Hyrule Warriors, as been announced through the latest issue of Famitsu. As of today, those characters appear to be The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time‘s Sheik, Darunia, and Ruto.
A new trailer has been uploaded for Nintendo and Tecmo Koei’s soon-to-be-released crossover title, Hyrule Warriors. Like previous trailers, this new footage focuses on a character and their utilized movesets while having a specific weapon equipped; in this case, it’s all about Link and the Ball and Chain, which is combined with the Ocarina of Time‘s… Read more »
Nintendo has announced that Japanese owners will be able to make a purchase with the built in NFC scanner on the gamepad.
A GameStop manager says that he’s heard rumblings in the office that every copy of Smash Bros for Wii U will come with a free Amiibo figure. He also says that he has been hearing that the street date for the Wii U version will be November 21st.
Last week we learned that Queen Zelda will be able to fight enemies using the Wind Waker as a weapon in Nintendo and Tecmo Koei’s upcoming crossover title, Hyrule Warriors. Tonight a new gameplay trailer has been uploaded, which highlights Zelda’s moveset when equipped with the Wind Waker in the game.
Online sharing functionality in Mario Maker presents problems, the developer explains, and a 3DS version could come in the future.
Fans of the Nintendo 3DS title, Fire Emblem: Awakening, were well pleased during the latest character trailer for the upcoming Super Smash Bros. for the 3DS and Wii U. In addition fan-favorite Lucina, Robin, the avatar character in Fire Emblem: Awakening, was unexpectedly revealed as a playable character for the game. Based on the trailer alone,… Read more »
If you achieved gold or platinum levels in Club Nintendo, you can now get a Status Gift from now until August 15.
Want information on the new Fatal Frame that’s coming exclusively to Wii U? Well, Koei Tecmo will be releasing informatoin later this week on it, as well as some other Fatal Frame related material. Hit the jump for details.
Following yesterday’s announcement that Fire Emblem Awakening‘s Lucina will be joining the fight in Super Smash Bros. for the 3DS and Wii U, Masahiro Sakurai, the game’s lead developer, has since updated his Miiverse with an explanation on the differences between Lucina and Marth as playable characters.
CoroCoro, a monthly Japanese magazine, will apparently unveil the rest of the lineup, and stages, for Super Smash Bros. for 3DS on August 12th.
It’s been an exciting morning today in the world of Super Smash Bros. with the reveal of approaching challengers Captain Falcon, Lucinia, and Robin (with Chrom making an appearance in Robin’s final smash) for the upcoming 3DS and Wii U game. As with every new character announcement for the title, Nintendo has updated the game’s… Read more »