With The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD releasing in a little over a month, you may be curious how it stacks up to the original Wii/GameCube version.
It’s been swirling around the rumor mill for a bit now, but Nintendo has made it official via their Nintendo Direct broadcast earlier tonight. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD is coming to Wii U next year.
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate is the latest entry in the open-world, stealth series. Players take control the brother-sister duo of Jacob and Evie Frye as they fight Templar rule in London during the Industrial Revolution. It’s available for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, with a PC version coming late next month.
The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes is a spin-off to the Zelda series that players love, this time putting a cooperative team of three Links together to solve puzzles and fight their way through dungeons. Both local and online multiplayer options are available, and it’s available exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS.
If you missed the last Zelda-themed New 3DS XL, then GameStop may have the solution for you. Announced last week, the retail giant scored exclusive rights to the “Hyrule Gold” New 3DS XL. Better yet, these aren’t forcing consumers to buy them online, as they’re preordered traditionally in-store.
Much to the surprise of Nintendo fans that have become accustomed to vague release dates, The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes is due out this holiday season, releasing in the same year that it was announced! Perhaps this move is somewhat strategic from Nintendo, considering the backlash they’re receiving for Zelda Wii-U being MIA from this year’s E3 conference.
In any case, Zelda fans can enjoy Nintendo’s 3-player co-op adventure on their Nintendo 3DS consoles on October 23, 2015.
What was briefly shown via a leaked trailer and then quickly pulled from the internet in preparation for E3, Nintendo and Koei Tecmo are bringing Hyrule Warriors to the Nintendo 3DS. This version will feature new characters, such as Tetra and The King of Red Lions (LoZ: The Wind Waker), which can be imported into the Wii U version of the game once unlocked. More information is expected next week, once this title is “officially” announced.