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Platform Wii U Publisher Nintendo Developer Tecmo Koei Games Release Date 2014-09-26 Price at Launch $59.99

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Nintendo bringing Bayonetta 2, Super Smash Bros., Shovel Knight and more to Comic-Con

Nintendo fans in San Diego during Comic-Con International 2014 will be able to get their hands on nearly 20 games from the publisher, Nintendo announced today. The lineup encompasses titles on Nintendo 3DS as well as Wii U, and includes recent releases along with upcoming games. Here's the full list: Nintendo 3DS Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS from Nintendo Pokémon Art Academy from Nintendo Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney from Nintendo Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal from Sega Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call from Square Enix Shovel Knight from Yacht Club Games Siesta Fiesta from Mojo Bones Wii U Super Smash Bros. for Wii U from Nintendo Hyrule Warriors from Nintendo Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker from Nintendo Yoshi's...

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Hyrule Warriors' Fi shows off her dancing sword techniques in new gameplay video

Fi, the latest character to join Link and the woman warrior-heavy cast of Hyrule Warriors, does most of her damage with dancing kicks — and by transforming into the Goddess Sword then slashing through hordes of enemies — according to the game's latest trailer. The co-star of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, Fi is the seventh confirmed character for Hyrule Warriors, the Wii U action game from Koei Tecmo, Team Ninja and Nintendo. Hyrule Warriors will be released this September in North America and Europe. Fi joins The Legend of Zelda characters like Agitha and Midna from Twilight Princess, as well as series regulars Link, Zelda and Impa. Original character Lana will also be playable among other fan favorites.

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Midna from Twilight Princess is wolf-hurling trouble in Hyrule Warriors

The latest trailer for Tecmo Koei and Nintendo's hack-and-slash collaboration Hyrule Warriors highlights Midna, the Twilight Princess and one of the central characters from 2006 title The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. As demonstrated in the video above, Midna rides around the arena on wolf back, summoning packs of wolves to dispatch masses of enemies and obliterating crowds by turning her hair into an arm and fist. The Princess can also take on her Fused Shadow form to deal out damage. Check out the trailer for the game's first character, Lana, and overviews for other The Legend of Zelda franchise heroes Link, Zelda, Impa and Agitha. The Wii U-exclusive title will launch on Sept. 26.

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Agitha from Twilight Princess is no pushover in Hyrule Warriors

The latest trailer for Tecmo Koei and Nintendo's hack-and-slash collaboration Hyrule Warriors highlights Agitha, the ten-year-old self-proclaimed "Princess of Bugs" from 2006 title The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. In her original Twilight Princess appearance, Agitha collects Golden Bugs, which the player can hunt down and bring to her in exchange for Rupees and a bigger wallet to carry them in. But in Hyrule Warriors, Agitha's passion for bugs extends to her combat abilities. The little girl uses her parasol as her standard weapon, smacking enemies around the battlefield, but she can also summon bugs to fight alongside her. Agitha can call to her a massive beetle to clear swathes of enemies or ride around the ring on a giant butterfly. Check out the trailer for the game's first...

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Nintendo has secret ideas for The Legend of Zelda on 3DS

Nintendo has ideas for a new Legend of Zelda game for Nintendo 3DS, though series creator Shigeru Miyamoto isn't sharing what those are just yet. In response to a question during the company's 74th annual shareholders meeting, Miyamoto said that there are "a few titles under development" in the long-running adventure game series. Those include Hyrule Warriors, the Dynasty Warriors-like action game from Koei Tecmo, and the unnamed open world Zelda game for Wii U that premiered during E3 2014. Miyamoto said that  Nintendo is "gradually changing the structure of The Legend of Zelda series," as it did with The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, the 3DS entry from 2013 that let players tackle dungeons in whatever order they liked. "In addition to that," he said, "we have ideas for...

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See Hyrule Warriors' first original fighter Lana in action

The latest trailer for Koei Tecmo's The Legend of Zelda-themed hack-and-slash Hyrule Warriors introduces newcomer Lana, a sorceress who uses magic spells to sweep away her opponents. The trailer above shows Lana in action, summoning spells from a tome she carries. Lana can create glass-like structures that allow her to flit above her sea of enemies, then shatter these structures to disband them — turning them into piles of rupees, Hyrule's famous currency. In addition to some light punching and kicking, Lana can also summon giant cubes and build walls that squash and push enemies back, giving her numerous tactics for quickly clearing the battlefield. Hyrule Warriors will launch exclusively for Wii U on Sept. 26. Check out Tecmo's previous trailers, which feature Link, Impa and Zelda...

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Hyrule Warriors getting Twilight Princess costume DLC in Japan

The Legend of Zelda-themed hack-and-slash title Hryule Warriors is getting add-on costume content in Japan based on outfits from 2006 title The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, according to a listing on the game's website. These costumes will be part of the Hyrule Warriors DLC costume sets, some of which will come bundled with special collector's editions of the game — a standard edition, a Premium Box with more DLC outfits and a Treasure Box limited edition. The three announced costume sets are aptly named after the three Triforce pieces: the Courage set, the Wisdom set and the Power set. Link's green outfit from Twilight Princess (shown above) will be available as part of the Courage set, while Zelda's Twilight Princess garb is included in the Wisdom set. So far these are the...

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Impa destroys dozens in Hyrule Warriors trailer

Impa took to the battlefield in a trailer released this week for Hyrule Warriors, Koei Tecmo Games' action title set in the universe of The Legend of Zelda with gameplay inspired by the Dynasty Warriors series. Press play above to see Impa destroy her enemies with a single, enormous sword. For more on Hyrule Warriors, which is set for a Sept. 26 release, be sure to read Polygon's hands-on impressions and recent interview with producer Yosuke Hayashi. You can also check out a trailer featuring Link's fire rod.

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Watch Princess Zelda kick some serious ass in this Hyrule Warriors trailer

The latest Japanese trailer for Hyrule Warriors, the Legend of Zelda and Dynasty Warriors mash-up from Tecmo Koei Games, showcases the weapons and abilities Zelda brings into battle. The trailer shows Zelda mowing down massive fields of enemies with her bow, rapier and special finishing moves. Yosuke Hayashi, producer of Hyrule Warriors, told Polygon in an interview during E3 that the developer feels like the game is giving Zelda the chance to show off the power that she always had. Hyrule Warriors is a spin-off of the series and centers on Link and friends endeavouring to take out a sorceress named Cia. Players will be able to take control of Link, Zelda, Impa and Midna from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. "Regarding the look of Zelda herself, she is a ruler. So we want to...

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Hyrule Warriors trailer shows off Link's fire rod

The latest Japanese trailer for Hyrule Warriors, the Legend of Zelda and Dynasty Warriors mash-up from Tecmo Koei Games, shows off one of the many weapons Link and friends can bring into battle: the fire rod. Hyrule Warriors is a spin-off of the series in which Link battles a fearsome sorceress named Cia in order to save Princess Zelda. With the fire rod, players can send out bursts of energy, columns of dragon-shaped fire or special ground-pounding moves. You can watch the trailer above for a look at the weapon. Hyrule Warriors launches Sept. 26 in North America for Wii U. In addition to Link, players will be able to take control of Zelda, Impa and Midna from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. The game will also feature levels that bear a "close resemblance" to those from the...

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North America
  • Wii U
    • Released 2014-09-26
    • Price at Launch $59.99
    • Publisher Nintendo
    • Developer Tecmo Koei Games
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