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Hyrule Warriors – translation of the website’s introduction page

Posted on May 22, 2014 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Wii U

StreetsAhead has translated more information from the Japanese Hyrule Warriors website. This time around, we have the full rundown of the introduction page. You can find it after the break.

Introduction
A Great Warrior In The Zelda Universe!

Experience a new ‘battle action game’, born from a collaboration between Nintendo’s puzzle-solving adventure game series ‘The Legend of Zelda’ and Tecmo Koei’s ‘Musou’ series.
Starting with Link, players will be able to experience the game as numerous Zelda series characters set on familiar series locations.

Link Makes Light Work Of Problems!
Enjoy action not seen in most Zelda series’ games as Link takes down large groups of enemies in Musou series’ tradition as a ‘Great Warrior’.

Of course, the game play retain’s the Musou series’ trademark simplicity and intuitiveness of its controls so anyone can enjoy taking down enemies as Link.

Play As Many Characters
Various characters from the Zelda series will be playable! Find your favourite and use them to fight the hordes!

Many characters and weapons from the Zelda franchise will appear as playable. You have control over the attacks, which have been beautiful and refreshingly presented using Wii U’s graphics.

Combing The Best Parts of Zelda & Musou
We have used Zelda series systems like hearts for health and magic gauge, coupled with the playstyle of using items to take down bosses, and arranged them in a ‘musou’ context along with the music and sound effects that are tradition in the series.

It’s a new world born from a combination of the the Zelda and the Musou molds.

Story
The Triforce, composed of composed of sacred symbols of Courage, Wisdom, and Power, will grant the wish of all who touch it. Many battles between good and evil have been fought for it through the ages.

When Hyrule was in danger of falling into the hands of evil, a hero wearing a green tunic appeared to strike down the ambitions of the evil powers. To ensure the evil would never return, he broke the evil’s spirit into four pieces, sending three pieces off into the depths of space-time, and sealed the fourth piece at the entrance to the Temple with the Master Sword.

For generations since then, at the edge of Hyrule, a sorceress has watched the equilibrium between the Triforces three aspects; Courage, Wisdom, Power, using a crystal, looking for any sign of a disturbance, but…

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