Nintendo has just recently announced Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity and it's coming in November. This is one more reason why I wish I owned a Switch. Nintendo has acknowledged that they're working on a sequel to Breath of the Wild, but this new game is actually a prequel as it is set 100 years before Breath of the Wild. The original Hyrule Warriors game on the Wii U was probably my most favorite game on the system. I really enjoyed it. Hyrule Warriors is a mix between The Legend of Zelda and Dynasty Warriors games. If you haven't played the latter, basically it's an action war game where you control one character battling a whole army. The individuals in that army are weaker than you, but as a collective, they're a bit more challenging. Each character has their own moves. There are also a variety of weapons. In the original game, you could use Amiibos to unlock stuff, too. Again, I really enjoyed Hyrule Warriors and I'm so very surprised to see this announcement. Check out the embedded video!

Let me know what you think about this and if you're going to get it. Have you played the original Hyrule Warriors or the DS version? Have you played a Dynasty Warriors game?

jdodson   Admin wrote on 09/10/2020 at 03:20am

I’ve heard lots of good things about Hyrule Warriors and yet haven’t played one yet. I’m wondering if this might be the game that hooks me in?

GregoPeck   Super Member   Post Author wrote on 09/10/2020 at 07:34am

I had never played a Dynasty Warriors game before, Hyrule Warriors was the first. I did get Dynasty Warriors 8 on Steam, but barely played it as I didn't like the controls. Here's another video I found today regarding things we may have overlooked:

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