Hyrule Warriors

What happens when you hand over the keys to one of your most beloved series to a developer primarily known for making action-strategy brawlers, supported by a developer renowned the world over for popularising boob physics? You get an amazing action-strategy brawler featuring characters and beasties from your most beloved series, obviously. With added boobs.


Developer: Omega Force, Team Ninja
Publisher: Koei Tecmo, Nintendo
Available on: Wii U


Articles about Hyrule Warriors

Hyrule Warriors: The Real Game Starts Here - You know how dedicated MMO players say that the game is “just beginning” when you reach the level cap? Hyrule Warriors is a bit like that in some respects; completing the main story mode is far from the end of the game. In fact, one might argue that the “endgame” of Hyrule Warriors, if you choose … Continue reading Hyrule Warriors: The Real Game Starts Here
Waifu Wednesday: Lana - Hyrule Warriors incorporates a variety of characters from across the Zelda timeline, but also has a few original creations in the mix, too. One of these is the busty main antagonist Cia, who at the time of writing you can admire in the banner at the top of the page. She most certainly has her … Continue reading Waifu Wednesday: Lana
Hyrule Warriors: Leading the Charge - The Warriors series as a whole has experimented with a few twists on its basic mechanics over the years, and Hyrule Warriors most certainly provides one of the most accessible, immediate takes there is. This is at least partly down to the influence of Koei Tecmo’s division Team Ninja, who played a role in the … Continue reading Hyrule Warriors: Leading the Charge
Hyrule Warriors: Fun with Timelines - The Zelda series timeline is… complicated. Whether or not it was originally intended to be that way is a matter of opinion, but the fact remains: Zelda is complicated. Hyrule Warriors is regarded as a non-canonical installment in the series as a whole. But to be honest, with the way it’s set up, it actually slots … Continue reading Hyrule Warriors: Fun with Timelines
Waifu Wednesday: Zelda - Zelda is an interesting entry in Nintendo’s substantial portfolio of beloved characters… because she isn’t just one character. While some may debate whether or not the convoluted, multi-universe, split-timeline narrative of the Legend of Zelda series as a whole was intentional from the start, it’s certainly true that both series protagonist Link and the titular princess have undergone … Continue reading Waifu Wednesday: Zelda
The MoeGamer Podcast: Episode 5 – GRAPHICS!!! - It’s that time again! No, not THAT time, podcast time. Jeez. I’m once again joined by my good friend and longtime supporter Chris Caskie to discuss a subject that is close to both our hearts: graphics. Hit the jump to watch the full video episode… and I’m working on getting audio-only versions set up now … Continue reading The MoeGamer Podcast: Episode 5 – GRAPHICS!!!
Hyrule Warriors: Introduction and History - Omega Force’s Warriors (or Musou, if you prefer) is one of the longest-running, most prolific series in all of gaming. And yet it is also one of the most commonly misunderstood and misrepresented in terms of its gameplay. Often dismissed by critics as being little more than mindless button-mashers, the Warriors series has, over time and the … Continue reading Hyrule Warriors: Introduction and History
Waifu Wednesday: Marin - Since its third installment A Link to the Past, Nintendo’s Legend of Zelda series has had a fine variety of memorable female characters. My personal favourite from among this varied cast hails from the fourth game in the series, Link’s Awakening. This is one of my most fondly regarded installments for numerous reasons, including its divergence from the … Continue reading Waifu Wednesday: Marin
The MoeGamer Podcast: Episode 3 – This Is the Game Preservation Society - Whew! This was a pain to get uploaded. Pro-tip: never put Pokemon footage in your YouTube video because it will get the damn thing blocked in all countries. Anyway. This is the latest episode of The MoeGamer Podcast, featuring the triumphant return of Chris and a return to our usual format. Hit the jump to … Continue reading The MoeGamer Podcast: Episode 3 – This Is the Game Preservation Society
Wii U Essentials: Hyrule Warriors - At the time of writing, the Wii U may be yet to play host to a brand-new, original mainline Zelda title — Breath of the Wild will be one of the last retail titles for the system — but it’s home to one of the best spin-offs the series has seen. Unlike its stablemate Super Mario, Zelda actually hasn’t … Continue reading Wii U Essentials: Hyrule Warriors

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