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Pre E3 2015 – Video Leak: Zelda Hyrule Warriors Releasing for Nintendo 3DS

Zelda Hyrule Warriors Releasing for Nintendo 3DS

It appears that one of Nintendo’s major E3 2015 announcements has just been leaked. An announcement trailer has surfaced for The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Warriors (previously exclusive to Wii U) heading over to the Nintendo 3DS with work from studios Koei Tecmo, Omega Force, and Team Ninja who made the original.

Zelda Musou: Hyrule All-Stars, as it’s known in Japan, will have new features on the Nintendo 3DS version including new characters the King of Hyrule and Tetra (who can later be transferred over to the Wii U version of the game), and the ability to switch characters on the go. A release date is currently unknown but if we’re right, Nintendo could be ready to announce the American / European versions of the game with a lot more information next week at E3 2015.

For now, check out the leaked video for yourself:

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Kirby and the Rainbow Curse (Wii U Exclusive) – TV Spot [HD 1080P]

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TV Spot of Kirby and the Rainbow Curse.

Genre(s): Adventure
Platform(s): Wii U
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Developer(s): Nintendo
Release Date (NA): February 20th, 2014

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Xenoblade Chronicles X (Wii U Exclusive) – 60 Frames Per Second Exploration Trailer [HD 1080P]

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Exploration Trailer of Xenoblade Chronicles X in 60fps.

Genre(s): RPG
Platform(s): Wii U
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Developer(s): Monolift Soft
Release Date (NA): TBA 2015

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Legend of Zelda (Wii U Exclusive) – Brand New Gameplay [HD]

Wii U Zelda New Gameplay

Brand New Gameplay of Legend of Zelda for the Wii U.

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Splatoon (Wii U Exclusive Shooter) – Single Player Trailer [HD 1080P/60FPS]

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Single Player Trailer of Splatoon in 60FPS.

Genre(s): Third-person shooter
Platform(s): Wii U
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Developer(s): Nintendo
Release Date (NA): TBA 2015

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Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (Wii U Exclusive) – Mini-Universes Galore Trailer [HD 1080P]

Captain Toad Wii U

Mini-Universes Galore Trailer of Captain Toad Treasure Tracker.

Genre(s): Adventure
Platform(s): Wii U
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Developer(s): Nintendo
Release Date (NA): Holiday 2014

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Mario Kart 8 (Wii U Exclusive) – DLC Pack #1 Trailer [HD 1080P]

Mario Kart 8 DLC Gameplay Wii U

DLC Pack #1 Trailer of Mario Kart 8.

Genre(s): Racing
Platform(s): Wii U
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Developer(s): Nintendo EAD Group No. 1
Release Date (NA): May 30th, 2014

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Bayonetta 2 (Wii U Exclusive) – Accolades Trailer [HD 1080P]

Bayonetta Wii U Exclusive RealGamerNewz Review

Accolades Trailer of Bayonetta 2.

Genre(s): Action, hack and slash
Platform(s): Wii U
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Developer(s): PlatinumGames
Release Date (NA): October 24th, 2014

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Hyrule Warriors (Wii U Exclusive) – Lana with the Deku Stick Gameplay [HD 1080P]

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Lana with the Deku Stick Gameplay of Hyrule Warriors.

Genre(s): Hack and slash, action
Platform(s): Wii U
Publisher(s): Tecmo Koei
Developer(s): Omega Force, Team Ninja, Nintendo SPD
Release Date (NA): September 26th, 2014

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Hyrule Warriors (Nintendo Wii U Exclusive) gets Character Trailer for Zelda

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Zelda Character Trailer of Hyrule Warriors.

Genre(s): Hack and slash, action
Platform(s): Wii U
Publisher(s): Tecmo Koei
Developer(s): Omega Force, Team Ninja, Nintendo SPD

Release Date (NA): September 26th, 2014

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Impa From Hyrule Warriors Gets Brand New Character Trailer [HD 1080P]

Hyrule Warriors - Impa

Impa from Hyrule Warriors (exclusively for Nintendo Wii U and co-developed by Omega Force, Team Ninja, and Nintendo SPD) has received a new Character Trailer today for the title set to release September 26, 2014. This hack and slash / action title blends together the format of the largely famed Dynasty Warriors titles from Tecmo Koei who is co-publishing the game with Nintendo, as well as the lore and universe that Legend of Zelda fans know and love.

Hyrule Warriors should provide a new and unique experience for the franchise while expanding the DW developers mindsets and at the same time providing Nintendo Wii U owners something Zelda to play while waiting for the highly anticipated Zelda Wii U game.

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Mario Kart 8 (Wii U Exclusive) Review

Mario Kart 8 Review

Mario Kart 8 comes from Nintendo, they have been around since the 1970’s putting out some of the best games in history with franchises from; Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Kirby, F-Zero, and many more. They have some of the most iconic characters in history and have stood the stand of time as putting out some of the best games in the world. Mario Kart first was released on the Super Nintendo back in 1992 and was the start of a great franchise with having the designer of the original super Mario Bros on the team. After that Mario was thrown into the 3D world with Mario Kart 64 and also introduced 4-player racing, the game had 8 playable characters in three different driving classes light, medium, and heavy this game would go on to be one of the most locally played game of all time. Since then Mario and the gang have been found racing on; Game Boy Advance, GameCube, DS, Wii, 3DS and now the Nintendo Wii U.

Mario Kart 8 came out on May 30th 2014 on the Wii U it has brought the game in stunning HD. The game ships with 30 playable characters that is a long way from the original 8 that was offered before, 16 of those characters are default characters and 14 of those are unlocked as the user plays through the game. The unlockable characters are unlocked by completing different cups at different tiers of 50cc, 100cc, and 150cc. There are 32 courses in Mario Kart 8: 16 of them are brand new tracks and 16 of them are retro tracks from previous games, there is is eight different cups they are; mushroom, flower, star, special, shell, banana, leaf, and lightning cup. There is various game modes in Mario kart 8 there is the Grand Prix which can be played either single player or split screen which is great to play the campaign with friends. Time trials where the user can race against other ghosts from Miiverse or also compete against a Nintendo staff member’s ghost. VS race makes a return that can be played with up to 4 players and they can set custom rules between themselves there is also the return of battle and of course online play.

For online players can jump into a lobby with their friends and also participate in tournaments or just join into local games online either regionally or internationally. Missing from online play is the ability to talk with other players during a race, this can only happen in the lobby’s and is a bit of a let down but not much. Items have always been a item that can either be feared if you’re in first or your ally if you’re picking up the rear; all of the items have returned with addition of several new items the; Boomerang flower, Piranha plant, Super Horn, and Crazy eight. The boomerang flower can be thrown 3 times and it will hit racers and return to the racer, the piranha plant will chomp at other racers and obstacles automatically, the super horn puts out a shockwave that destroys any obstacles in its blast including the dreaded blue shell of death, and the crazy eight generates the following: coin, mushroom, star, blooper, bob-omb, green shell, red shell, and a banana.

Mario Kart 8 gameplay is a blast from the minute the user picks up the controller they will be having a great time. There is a major improvement on how the game looks graphically right from the get go all the character animations are really sharp and all of the levels are just downright beautiful. The way the levels have been hand crafted bringing back memories from years of karting, the artists have done an amazing job re-imagining the courses old and new some of them are really mind blowing. Course design has really changed with the addition of gliders being added in Mario Kart 7 now opening jumps all around the course and the addition of underwater driving and of course the newest racing feature upside down racing with the addition of the anti-gravity wheels and all of this happens on the fly so there is no need to change tires or hit a button to transfer it works seamless.

When it comes to karts there is so much to choose from for racing with 14 different karts, 9 bikes, 3 ATV’s, 18 sets of tires, and 17 gliders the customization is just through the roof allowing the user to really get the most out of their racing experience and they all affect how they will race with each of these parts affecting the performance of their vehicle. The driving is real smooth it does take a bit of getting used to all the drifting in the game but once the user gets a hold of the handling of their character and the kart they can start dominating. The controls for the game are really basic for the Wii U Gamepad there’s two options where the user can either use the sticks to steer or switch the options and turn the Gamepad like a wheel to turn. The Gamepad seems like an after thought when it comes to the game its a giant horn what a waste of a screen really the developer would of been better off using this as a rear view mirror or something along that aspect.

The developer did add a great video feature when the user can upload video’s of their winning’s to either Miiverse or straight to their YouTube and they also have a small bit of editing software in the game and this really a nice touch and really adds to sharing the experience with your friends. All of the courses have differences which makes each of them special and unique to race on they have shortcuts which can be mastered over time and a huge plus not one rainbow road but two which is a much needed thing one is a new renovation and the other one is the original both are vibrant and drive amazing.

Mario Kart 8 Wii U Review

Mario Kart 8 has always been known as being a great game to play with friends and this game really caters to playing with your friends from playing 4 player campaign with all of your friends to even taking your friends online to play with others online and they have done exactly that and its a pretty great experience. The battle arena also returns to play with friends but the maps for these don’t feel like true battle maps they feel as though this part was more of an afterthought with just putting user’s on a race map and pointing them in different directions on the map, here is wishing to some proper battle maps in a piece of DLC down the road. The online is very good and its easy to jump in and out of games, the one grip is not being able to talk during races the only online talking can be during the lobby which is okay I guess just wish their was more options for voice communication in multiplayer.

Final Verdict:

Mario Kart 8 is an amazing game and a great reason to go out and buy a Wii U its packed the the brim with content and the community behind this game is amazing. The game has such a high re-playability and I don’t see putting this title down for anytime soon. The game does take a little bit of getting used to as far as controls but once they are mastered any user will be beating their friend either locally or online. The developers really did an amazing job with this game it looks beautiful and all of the tracks are really a true work of art, hopefully there might be some more tracks added in some DLC down the road. This is just a little add-on to the review and doesn’t count towards the score but giving away a copy of either; New Super Mario Bros. U, Pikmin 3, The Legend of Zelda the Windwaker HD, or Wii Party U by adding the code to their Club Nintendo account was an amazing idea and greatly appreciated by all fans.

Official Trailer:

Overall Score: 9.9 / 10

RGN Rating: Platinum Game

Publisher: Nintendo

Developers: Nintendo EAD + Bandai Namco Games

Available On: Nintendo Wii U Exclusively

Review Copy Info: A physical copy of this game was purchased by RealGamerNewz for the purpose of this Review.

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Hyrule Warriors (Wii U Exclusive) – Over 40 Minutes Of E3 2014 Gameplay [HD 1080P]

E3 2014 Hyrule Warriors

The following footage is Gameplay from the industry trade event E3 2014 featuring Hyrule Warriors, an upcoming Hack and Slash / Action title published by Tecmo Koei and developed by Omega Force with co-development from Team Ninja and Nintendo SPD.

Hyrule Warriors is based on a lot of the gameplay mechanics found in the Dynasty Warriors titles Omega Force is famous for, but also brings new elements into the picture based on the lore, weapons, and characters of The Legend of Zelda franchise it is based off. Hyrule Warriors is exclusive to Nintendo Wii U and releases September 26, 2014.

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E3 2014 – Over 40 Minutes of Wii U Exclusive RPG Xenoblade Chronicles X [1080P HD Gameplay]

Xenoblades Chronicles X - Wii U Exclusive

Check out the following Monolith Soft role playing game being published by Nintendo some time in 2015 exclusively for the Wii U. This title has had people on the hook for a while now and was first known simply as ‘X’. The following footage is brand new, released by Nintendo during E3 2014 via their TreeTop post-Press Conference streaming special.

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Zelda – Hyrule Warriors (Wii U Exclusive) New Screenshots + Concept Art Released By Nintendo [Official]

Zelda - Hyrule Warriors

Hype, anticipation, confusion, curiosity, doubt, belief, hope; these are some of the emotions that can be attributed to Nintendo Wii U gamers right now who prefer to pursue a seal of Nintendo approved exclusive title such as Hyrule Warriors. This title may end up getting its name changed before the final build is shipped to the public, and Nintendo commissioned Omega Force / Tecmo Koei in order to get it done. Nonetheless this is a great chance for fans of Link to experience something different while waiting for the project currently codenamed as ‘Zelda U’ or ‘Zelda Wii U’ by conspiracy watchers.

The following Official screenshots were released by Nintendo for Hyrule Warriors the Nintendo Wii U Exclusive announced late last year. These snapshots were taken from “the good angles” using in-game rendering. In addition to showing off some semblance of what the final product’s gameplay may end up being like, these screens also reveal a few landscapes Hyrule Warriors will feature and showcase the newly envisioned graphical presentation of well-known characters Link, Impa, Wizro, Valga, Shia, and The Black Witch.

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Nintendo also released the following Concept Art images for Zelda – Hyrule Warriors. These images include enemies and potentially playable characters. Concept Art is created for use during development of the game and usually respresents the way characters will be represented in the final product, but may vary as they are something of a blueprint for developers to run off of.

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So far, it’s unclear what the final name of Zelda – Hyrule Warriors will be or how the retail game will differ from the preview material we are being shown. If Nintendo’s track record is any indication though, extensive QA testing is hopefully on the horizon for this title’s development cycle. Hyrule Warriors is currently expected to release in Japan on August 28, 2014 and has not been given a release date for Europe / Australia / North America regions just yet. Also, in case anybody missed it, below is a convenient replay of the Hyrule Warriors 2013 Announcement Trailer released by Nintendo in December.

 

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