The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes Preview | Game Informer

Zelda Wii U was, as promised, absent from this year's E3, but there was a Zelda surprise in the form of a new cooperative Zelda for 3DS that already seems like it may fare better than Four Swords Adventures.

The main issue with Four Swords, whether you're referring to the GameCube or Game Boy Advance game, was the hardware and party planning inherent in actually playing the game. Alongside needing multiple consoles and connecting wires, you also had to track down three friends and gather them in one location. Triforce Heroes immediately alleviates these multiple hurdles by knocking the player count down to three, requiring only a 3DS, and adding an online multiplayer option.

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