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Hyrule Warriors

Update: Added in Skull Kid!


Here’s a look at how Linkle will look on the Wii U version of Hyrule Warriors.

Those looking to purchase Hyrule Warriors Legends on 3DS will also be able to use the new cast members on Wii U. Here’s a look at how each new character’s model will look on the big screen.

GameXplain put together another video comparing the two versions of Hyrule Warriors. Below, you can once again see how Hyrule Warriors Legends looks compared to the original Wii U title.

Curious to see how Hyrule Warriors Legends stacks up to the original 3DS version? Then take a look at the video below, showcasing the opening minutes of gameplay.

A few days ago, Koei Tecmo released the “Classic Tunic” costume for Hyrule Warriors to celebrate the announcement of the new 3DS version. You’ll find some footage of it below.

Check out the gallery below for the first screenshots of Tetra and King of Red Lions in the Wii U version of Hyrule Warriors. We also have a mix of new/old screenshots for the 3DS edition.

Update: Bumped to the top. Added in another video comparison.


Nintendo World Report put together a new video comparing the 3DS and Wii U versions of Hyrule Warriors. Check it out below.

With the new version of Hyrule Warriors on 3DS, fans can expect some new content. We know that Nintendo and Koei Tecmo are introducing new characters, but there seems to be other additions as well.

Case and point: an interesting crossbow spotted in the 3DS debut trailer of Hyrule Warriors. What’s particularly interesting here is that the weapon appears to be very similar to what was shown in concept art for a female Link. This character, “Linkle”, never made it into the final version of Hyrule Warriors.

Is this indeed Linkle’s crossbow that we’re looking at? Could the character herself be included in Hyrule Warriors on 3DS?

Hyrule Warriors is making its way to 3DS as “Hyrule Warriors: All-Stars”, it’s been revealed.

The base game seems to be very similar to the original on Wii U. However, there will be at least two new characters, including Tetra and King of Red Lions.

Characters from the new 3DS version can be transferred over to the original Wii U game.

Watch the debut trailer for Hyrule Warriors on 3DS below.

During Level-5’s “Vision” event in March, a few new 3DS games were announced. One of these was Yo-Kai Sangokushi, which is a new collaboration title in partnership with Koei Tecmo.

This week’s issue of Famitsu has an interview with Koei Tecmo Games head Hisashi Koinuma. As expected, Yo-Kai Sangokushi was one of the things the magazine asked about.

Famitsu starts off by mentioning that he surprised by the fact that Yo-Kai Sangokushi is a collaborative title between Yo-Kai Watch and Romance of the Three Kingdoms. This led Koinuma to say:

Romance of the Three Kingdoms has its 30th anniversary in 2015, so everyone in the company is excited. I think Yo-Kai Sangokushi is a fitting title to adorn the 30th anniversary. I’m especially happy that Level-5 president Akihiro Hino likes Romance of the Three Kingdoms.