Hyrule Warriors Gets A Japanese Release Date; Plus information galore including story and Characters

By Michael On 20 May, 2014 At 11:28 PM | Categorized As Wii U News | With 0 Comment

Hyrule Warriors Gets A Release Date; plus Famitsu scans

Hyrule Warriors

According to the latest issue of Famitsu – the Tecmo and Nintendo collaboration that meshes the Legend of Zelda series and the Warriors series – Hyule Warriors – will launch in Japan on August 14th.

Hyrule Warriors was previously scheduled for a Japanese summer release, I tend to put a lot of faith on Famitsu when it comes to this sort of information – so August 14th is pretty much a go.

Furthermore, the scans have revealed more information on the title – courtesy of Sundin.

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– Premium box will be available for at least 10,000 yen (exact amount unknown)
– Retail release is at least 7,000 yen (exact amount unknown)
– Producers: Hisashi Koinuma, Yosuke Hayashi
– Supervisor: Eiji Aonuma
– Developers: ω-Force / Team NINJA
– Link sets off to rescue Princess Zelda
– Zelda has been kidnapped by the evil witch Shia
– Link, Impa, Shia introduced in the magazine
– Some of Shia’s minions shown as well
– Shia might be under control of a force of dark magic (not clear)
– Locations include Hyrule Field
– Will have unexpected playable characters

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I am cautiously optimistic about the game, as a Zelda fan, I will no doubt be purchasing the game. But the stale nature of the Warriors has me weary of the title. However, this could be a move that pays off well for both parties – as Zelda is very popular in the west and the Warriors does well in Japan – a win-win situation. Tecmo themselves have said they expect one million copies of Hyrule Warriors to be sold.

Source: Otakumo via Nintendoeverything

 

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