Back in July, we shared the first photos of Max Factory’s and Good Smile Company’s The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Figma collectibles. Today, we’ve got official images for the production versions to show you. Continue reading Upcoming Zelda: Twilight Princess Action Figures Look Amazing
The Good Smile Company’s line of highly-detailed, incredibly poseable Figma collectibles just got a little bigger. Continue reading Good Smile Company Reveals Twilight Princess Action Figures, Teases Bloodborne
GO GENTLY INTO THE TWILIGHT
Nintendo has been on a Zelda remastering binge recently. Starting with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D, nearly every 3D Zelda game has been remastered on either the Wii U or the 3DS. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD is the latest remaster, but unlike the previous re-releases, there wasn’t a large demand for this game. Despite its initial critical acclaim, this game isn’t as fondly remembered as other iterations in the franchise. Complaints with the game are numerous but they all seem to be related with Twilight Princess lacking something to make it stand out from the other games in the series. However, with a new coat of paint, and the best aspects of both of its previous releases, this HD remaster shows that The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess has aged better than expected and is well worth revisiting. Continue reading The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD review
As fans wait for the new adventures of Link for the Wii U, Nintendo announced that The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess will get a HD remaster coming early 2016. Continue reading The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD Announced
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess may be getting a HD re-release on the Wii U, if some evidence on the backend of the Nintendo eShop is to be believed. Continue reading Zelda: Twilight Princess Rumored To Be Re-Released
IT’S DANGEROUS TO GO ALONE; TAKE THIS…
As a proper 80’s kid, I have had plenty of fun cranking up and down the 8-bit fields of Hyrule in the original The Legend of Zelda on the Nintendo Entertainment System.There’s something about Nintendo-made games that just ooze honed gameplay and polished mechanics. Flash forward to the 90’s: no longer a kid, I’m still having fun playing such Nintendo fare as Wind Waker on my GameCube, but I can also been seen playing a curious series called Dynasty Warriors on my PlayStation 2. I’m still having a hell of a time. Omega Force always made the Warriors games fun, if a bit repetitive. These games, like none other that I was exposed to, set you on a battlefield in an epic army-on-army fight during the fabled Romance of the Three Kingdoms era.
Now, flash forward one last time to the end of September. You find me playing Hyrule Warriors. Somehow, a culmination of all the previous works of both Nintendo driven Legend of Zelda games and the Dynasty Warriors games. Dropping the pseudo-historical perspective, this game is set squarely in the fictional Hyrule from The Legend of Zelda series. It seems like quite a gamble to merge a beloved series such as Legend of Zelda and Dynasty Warriors. Did it work? Did Omega Force and Team Ninja manage to create a successor to the Legend of Zelda franchise? Does a coat of Zelda paint improve the Dynasty Warriors formula? Read on to find out.