Nintendo's anticipated Link amiibo figurine is going to be compatible with Hyrule Warriors.
Hyrule Warriors lives up to its expectations by having as many nuances and tropes from the Zelda series attached to it as it can, but after the fog of nostalgia clears, the game is found to have its fair share of shortcomings.
The dark wizard Wizzro is the star of the latest trailer for Hyrule Warriors.
The latest trailer for Hyrule Warriors focuses on the DLC character, Volga, and the fires of war he brings to the Hylian people.
The launch trailer for Hyrule Warriors has appeared on the Nintendo YouTube channel just in time for today's release
Beat up gangs of Gorons while playing as Hyrule Warriors' main villains. Now if only the 1989 version of Link from 'The Legend of Zelda' cartoon was a DLC character.
Those of you hoping that Nintendo would start selling that awesome scarf Link has in Hyrule Warriors for upcoming cold seasons in order to make tons of money are in for some bad news.
While Hyrule Warriors plays much like Dynasty Warriors with The Legend of Zelda as its main theme, it was originally intended to play even more like a traditional Link adventure.
Hyrule Warrior's first update brings a new Challenge Mode, bug fixes and an 8-bit weapons set that fans of the original Legend of Zelda should recognize.
We have found that Link and Princess Zelda's alternate costumes for Hyrule Warriors are going to be retailer-specific, along with which retailer is getting what outfit set.