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See Impa, Princess Zelda in Action in This Gameplay Trailer for Hyrule Warriors

Posted on Wednesday, June 25 @ 05:30:00 PST by Alex_Osborn

Hyrule Warriors, Tecmo Koei's upcoming Dynasty Warriors spin-off which stars a number of familiar faces from Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda series, appears to be coming along quite nicely. Not only will Nintendo fans get to take a nostalgic trip down memory lane, they'll have the opportunity to mow down countless baddies as some of their favorite characters from one of the Big N's most iconic franchises of all time.

One of the game's many playable characters, Impa, has just received a gameplay trailer, showcasing her incredible combat skills. Believe me, this chick knows how to deliver a serious beating. Who ever said Link had to do all the work, am I right?

You can also see Princess Zelda, in all her majestic, butt-kicking glory, below.

Hyrule Warriors is set to launch on September 26th, exclusively for Wii U. You can read our impressions of the game from E3 right here.
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Tags:   Zelda, Wii U, Tecmo Koei

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