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Hyrule Warriors - Trailer Wii U with Darunia and a Hammer (GodGamesHD)

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Hyrule Warriors - Trailer Wii U with Darunia and a Hammer (GodGamesHD) Subscribe: Visit for more Hyrule Warriors, known in Japan as Zelda Musō (ゼルダ無双 Zeruda Musō?, lit. "Zelda Unrivaled"), is an upcoming hack and slash action video game developed by Omega Force and Team Ninja for the Wii U video game console. The game is a collaboration between Tecmo Koei and Nintendo, and will contain elements of Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda series and Tecmo Koei's Dynasty Warriors series. The game will be released in Japan on August 14, 2014, with a release in Europe and North America on September 19 and September 26, 2014 respectively. It will also be released in Australia on September 20, 2014. The game is set in the fictional kingdom of Hyrule, and stars a new incarnation of series protagonist Link as a Hylian some point in the story the Princess of Hyrule, Zelda, is kidnapped by a witch named Shea. Formerly the protector of the Triforce, Shea, a good person at heart, becomes corrupted when she falls in love with Link and grows jealous of Zelda's familiarity with him. Sending out her subordinates Wizro and Valga, who are modeled after the Wizzrobe and Volvagia enemies from previous games, she wages war against Hyrule and prompts Link, and Zelda's protector Impa, to restore balance to the land. Hyrule Warriors mixes the hack-and-slash gameplay of Tecmo Koei's Dynasty Warriors series of video games with the settings and characters from Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda player controls Link, most closely resembling his Skyward Sword iteration, in melee combat to take on large numbers of enemies from the Legend of Zelda there will be a far stronger emphasis on combat than other games in the Legend of Zelda series, the player will still use common weapons from prior games in the series, such as a sword, bombs, and Link's signature spin targeting will also return, in combination with elements from the Dynasty Warriors combat items through discovering and opening chests will be retained as well. The game has a contextual-based combat system. Depending on the character selected, the abilities of weapons equipped will change. Role-playing elements such as weapon and character leveling will also is available with two players being able to play at the same time with one being able to use the Gamepad as a primary screen. Multiple playable characters have been revealed with series mainstay Impa being the first revealed, the E3 2014 trailer showing Zelda and Midna to be additional playable characters. Aditional Tags: Hyrule Warriors Hyrule Warriors WiiU Hyrule Warriors trailer Hyrule Warriors official trailer Hyrule Warriors demo Hyrule Warriors,Hyrule Warriors gameplay,Hyrule Warriors demo,Hyrule Warriors xbox,Hyrule Warriors e3,Hyrule Warriors e3 gameplay,Hyrule Warriors review,Hyrule Warriors leaked,e3 2014,Hyrule Warriors trailer,GodGamesHD,godgames,godgames hd,Hyrule Warriors playstation

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