Hyrule Warriors

Hyrule Warriors

2014

System
Wii U
Publisher
Nintendo
Developer
Tecmo Koei

8.1

Game Rating

User Ratings: 209

Our Review: 7/10

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  • News Hyrule Warriors DLC Costume Sets Now Up for Grabs in North America

    You need a dollar, dollar, a dollar is what you need

    Just recently we reported that three costume sets for Hyrule Warriors had become available on the Wii U eShop in Europe, in addition to the main packs that have already arrived. These had been pre-order or Club Nintendo bonuses, and were particularly prominent in retailer-specific deals in North...

  • News Hyrule Warriors DLC Costume Sets Now Available to Buy on the eShop

    More packs coming in January and February, don't forget

    Hyrule Warriors has — like many other Koei Tecmo games before it — had a lot of DLC to keep the experience going; there's also a season pass option to pick up the four main packs at a discount. We've already had the Master Quest and Twilight Princess Packs, while the following are still to...

  • News Nintendo Maintains Its Vague Rhetoric on amiibo Stock Concerns

    Some details would be nice

    It's telling that, as Disney Infinity and Skylander toys pack shelves, Nintendo's amiibo figure range is often thin on the ground, with some models being particularly hard to find. It's a credit to Nintendo's new product that it's selling in such numbers and creating terrific demand, while at the same time there's obvious...

  • Parent Trap amiibo Packs a Hidden Family Payload

    More than meets the eye

    Toys and video games used to compete for family spending power at supermarket check-outs. The recent trend in toy-video-game crossovers does away with this rivalry, but for families makes purchasing decisions all the more confusing. With amiibo joining the likes Skylanders and Disney Infinity (not to mention more niche...

  • Weirdness Legless Peach amiibo Now Up For Sale

    Literally legless

    Since amiibo hit stores we've had the opportunity to interact with some of our Nintendo heroes, even if the final retail figures aren't quite as fancy as the demo units revealed at E3. In the vast majority of cases each model is of reasonable quality, but odd defects can happen — one lucky fan discovered a dual-wielding Samus and...

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