Gamers interested in the The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD game might be pleased to know that the team over at Eurogamer has published a new video providing a look at 35 minutes of gameplay from the new title.
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD will be officially launching on the Nintendo Wii U on March 4 and offers players a wealth of new gameplay enhancements and new items, check out the video below.
The new version of the game also offers Hero Mode, a new difficulty setting that makes Link take double the damage, removes all heart drops and even changes the way Rupees operate. Eurogamer explains more and shows you gameplay :
Just after that the series is celebrating in some sort of style with a remaster of Twilight Princess on the Wii U. It’s an interesting Zelda entry, to say the least – this is the series at its most expansive and generous, and it’s perhaps the game that’s most in tune with what fans wanted from their adventure after the slightly more experimental Wind Waker. It’s also absolutely huge, as I’ve discovered recently – over 10 hours in and I’ve only just made my way to the third dungeon.
What’s new? Well, there are more graphics, that’s for sure. Digital Foundry will be along soon with a full analysis, but right now it’s looking like 1080p output with a fairly clean 30fps. There’s also GamePad support which mimics some of the Wii Motion Controller inputs, and if you really want to play the mirrored world the Wii version employed, an all-new, slightly tougher Hero mode flips things around just for you.
Eurogamer’s self-confessed Nintendo fanboys Martin Robinson and Tom Phillips jump into 35 minutes of Twilight Princess HD gameplay and talk about their memories of playing it first time round – or in Martin’s case, lack thereof. Don’t do drugs, kids.
Source: EurogamerFiled Under: Gaming News, Top News