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These New Zelda: Hyrule Warriors Screenshots Are Quite Stunning

Posted on Thursday, May 22 @ 04:55:33 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
Nintendo and Tecmo Koei have been working together to create a Zelda game for Wii U built around the hack-and-slash mechanics of Dynasty Warriors.

While the concept of Hyrule Warriors may not sound wholly original or all that tantalizing, the latest batch of images from a recent interview with Famitsu may leave you feeling a bit more optimistic.

Give them a look below.



We still don't know exactly when Hyrule Warriors will launch outside of Japan, but there's a good chance we'll learn a whole lot more in just a few weeks at E3. As such, stay tuned to GameRevolution for all your Wii U needs.
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Tags:   Zelda, Wii U, Tecmo Koei
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