The newest game in the Legend of Zelda universe: Hyrule Warriors


Today, Nintendo unveiled their most recent venture into the Zelda universe, but not with a game that pertains to the core story of the game, instead unveiling a game that takes the form of a Dynasty Warriors, with the working title of Hyrule Warriors.

The game will be making itself to the Wii U and will bring in many of the aspects of the Legend of Zelda universe. The game will be getting developed by Tecmo Koei and Nintendo to create the interesting spin off from the series.

Not many details for the game have been announced, but it has been announced that it will release next year. The game will have no bearing on Link’s story as a whole, but will allow players to slay and battle their way through hordes of enemies, much in the style of the popular Dynasty Warriors series.

The trailer shows players running around as Link and killing many enemies. Next year, players will be able to take on the guise of Link in a completely different way than they previously have before.

Fans have been waiting on the most recent announcement for the Legend of Zelda series of games, with many expecting the announcement to be made during the Spike VGX event. Now, with this announcement, fans might have been satisfied, but it might also anger some fans, with the series being taken so far away from the game itself.

Fans have been waiting with bated breath for an original Zelda game for the Wii U.

The announcement was made alongside many other announcements from Nintendo, including Doctor Luigi, an arcade game with classic spins on NES games, and the opportunity for Pokemon fans to get Celebi if they subscribe to the Pokemon bank system, to be released very soon.

Are you looking forward to Hyrule Warriors? Will you be taking on this foray into the Zelda universe, or will you be waiting for the next instalment in the Legend of Zelda series?

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Starting with Super Mario Brothers, Brandon Gardner has been engrossed in gaming since he was but a minor. Growing up with racing and sports games (because he was too scared to try anything else), Brandon has since begun to branch out into competitive and PC Gaming while still maintaining that some sports games can be fun.


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