To celebrate the release of Twilight Princess HD, Nintendo has released a new event course in Super Mario Maker — one that takes advantage of the Wolf Link-Midna costume. Throughout the course, the duo must take on Bowser Jr., who has split himself into three. Go figure. GameXplain’s Andre Segers ran through the level yesterday, showcasing its various secrets. Take a look after the jump.
Nintendo released the final episode in its Twilight Princess Retrospective series earlier today.
This time around, the team discusses some of the HD remake’s new features, including the Wolf Link-Midna amiibo and the Cave of Shadows. Assistant director Tomomi Sano notes that she received a ton of requests for a figure based on the iconic duo. As a fan of the mischievous imp herself, Sano championed the idea of a Midna amiibo.
The episode caps off with a brief hint from Eiji Aonuma regarding Zelda U. Check it out after the jump.
The wait is over, folks. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD is available in North America and Europe.
I can’t believe it’s been about a year and a half since I last played my all-time favorite video game — so excited to hop back into it. Considering that I have played through the GameCube version only once — my first time through back in ’07 — this journey through the HD remake’s normal difficulty setting should be refreshing.
Reviews have been pouring out throughout the past few days, too. As of right now, it’s averaging at 85 percent on Metacritic. Given the original’s fluctuating reputation among the Zelda fan base throughout the past decade, I’m happy to see such positive reception. Take a look at some of the gaming media’s comments after the jump.
Seemingly one of the most popular video series’ on YouTube is Honest Trailers. Although the show initially poked fun at only mainstream Hollywood films, it has since branched out to video games and TV shows, too. With Twilight Princess HD less than two days away, Smosh Games is celebrating its release the best way it knows how. Hit the jump to take a look!
Nintendo has taken to Twitter to ask fans to share their fondest memories of Twilight Princess. Simply tweet using the hashtag #MidnaMemories. If I have time, I’ll try to share some of the comments in another news post.
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) March 2, 2016