Link is messing up someone's day with the Fire Rod
While not everyone is sure about how much of a Legend of Zelda game Hyrule Warriors will really be, the newest trailers released by Tecmo Koei definitely show that the game will make Michael Bay proud.
The first trailer shows Link using the Fire Rod to decimate his enemies by the hundreds. It looks like an incredibly powerful weapon, and it definitely confirms that there will be plenty of beating bad guys in this game. The second trailer shows all of Link's standard moves, which are pretty amazing themselves.
Along with these trailers, two more characters were revealed over the weekend: Zant, from Twilight Princess, and Argorok. These characters were confirmed in the latest issue of Famitsu magazine in Japan.
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Joe Larrey said:
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