Allows easier access to materials for outfits
The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes is a nuisance for completionists; with so many outfits to obtain there's plenty of repetition and luck of the draw required to fill your entire wardrobe. That's why we've been running around in the Princess Zelda dress all this time - yes, that's the reason... In...
"So ancient. Such ruin."
The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes was released on the 3DS recently, and while some may feel it's not one of the greatest Zelda games to date; at least the quality of the writing won't be a problem, will it? The answer to that question seems to depend on where you live. The European version which we reviewed has a very...
Don't forget your 3DS
We love a bit of StreetPass here at Nintendo Life and with our recent review of The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes it was our intrepid adventurer Thomas Whitehead who concluded that the game is best served as local multiplayer. The game also restricts you by only allowing you to earn 'Friendly Tokens' using the...
Tri-al and error
The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes is a remarkably segmented and potentially divisive game from Nintendo. It attempts a similar trick to Four Swords Adventures but, with its totem mechanic and implementation, doesn't accommodate both solo and group players in canny ways; as a result this is a multiplayer game with single player...
Alex goes hands-on with the new 3DS epic
The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes might not be the Zelda title that everyone wanted, but we've been playing it for a while now and has discovered that when you're teamed up with two other players - rather than the AI-controlled bots - it has the capacity to be very entertaining indeed. If you need any...
In Japanese, obviously
The launch of The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes is very nearly upon us, and to tempt a few more people to part with their hard-earned cash Nintendo has convinced producer Eiji Aonuma to step in front of camera for 15 minutes in order to show you the ropes. The first video - which will be part of a series - Aonuma shows...
Three's a crowd
The Japanese marketing campaign for The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes has already veered towards the odd, and now Nintendo is pushing out TV spots to promote the upcoming release - and they're just as amusing. The two commercials shown so far feature a trio of real-world Japanese chaps (we're assuming they're famous in their...
Voice chat was also considered at one point
The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes may look and sound like Link Between Worlds, but that doesn't necessarily mean it takes place in the same universe, according to director Hiromasa Shikata. Speaking to Game Informer, Shikata covere
Three brave heroes seek triumph
This is the tale of identical triplets living in a quiet, uninteresting corner of Hyrule, each with an earnest desire to escape and see the world. Their section of Hyrule isn't on the lavish maps produced in honour of their hero Link, but is off the edge and out of view. Not even smashing pots is much fun in their...
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