The lights are on
A Japanese Hyrule Warriors video with a title roughly translated to "adventure mode opening movie," recalls the original NES Zelda.
It's unclear if this is the actual prologue players see when they begin the game's adventure mode, or if this is just a video put together to promote the game on Tecmo Koei's YouTube channel. Alongside the classic music and opening crawl, the video also showcases a number of items that will presumably appear in the game including bombs, a compass, a ladder, a candle, water bombs, a power bracelet, ice arrows, digging mitts, the hookshot, a raft, the goodess' harp, and a flute.
Hyrule Warriors is coming exclusively to Wii U on September 26. To learn about the game's confirmed cast of playable characters, head here. To read about who we hope appears in the game, head here.
[Source: Tecmo Koei on YouTube]
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I was on the fence about this game but when I saw the Nintendo Direct on monday it made me want it. Most of the credit goes to learning about Adventure Mode.
Added to wishlist
look at that.... water?
I´m also eagerly waiting the game to be released so that we can all move on to Zelda WiiU hype and forgot that this mess never existed. I can´t wait to see how hard this *** fails, but I´m also worried how this will affect on how the masses are thinking about Zelda games in general.
Japan's Zelda Musou Pre-Order is awesome.
These items won't be in the 3D game, but the 2D adventure mode that uses Zelda 1's map. The only items in the dynasty warriors part of the game seem to be the bombs, boomerang, bow, hookshot, and I think the bottle. They're all upgradable to things like the sacred bow, gale boomerang, and bigger... bombs...
I have a terrible taste in my mouth from the last Dynasty Warriors experience I had, which was the first Gundam crossover (I think - it's so hard to keep track of these things).
But after watching the Nintendo Direct on it, I'm more interested. There's a lot of potential in this game, and the combat seems like it could be pretty fun. Maybe not DMC fun, but fun nonetheless.
Can't wait to play this!!!
I'm not a Zelda fan, love nintendo, but just not my style. This game looks so amazing though that I will be preordering and buying. Also a preorder bonus for a Nintendo game in the USA? Yes please. Hope Nintendo keeps preorder bonuses coming