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Submitted by thecastroregime 198d ago | video

E3 – Check Out 40 Minutes of Gameplay from Hyrule Warriors

Twinfinite writes:

"Once again, straight from Nintendo Treehouse at E3 2014, check out 40 minutes of gameplay from the Wii U crossover between Dynasty Warriors and The Legend of Zelda, Hyrule Warriors." (E3, Hyrule Warriors, Wii U)

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Software_Lover  +   198d ago
I want that freakin Nintendo jacket
josephayal  +   198d ago
in my professional opinion This game is an insult to zelda fans
Bimkoblerutso  +   198d ago
I don't think it's an insult to Zelda fans.

It looks like a Dynasty Warriors game; as in boring and repetitive, and I will never understand it's appeal, but then that series has always had a cult following to it, so I'm sure those folks will enjoy it.

Why would that be insulting? It's not like they're trying to pass it off as canon or anything.
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Venox2008  +   197d ago
it's a spinoff for certain people, you will get your Zelda next year

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