About the Product
- Battle hordes of enemies as Link, Midna and more!
- Unleash the power of Link and Zelda like never before.
- Defend Hyrule and restore balance to the Triforce.
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Cut down entire legions of enemies as Link, Midna, and other Legend of Zelda characters using over-the-top powerful Dynasty-Warriors-style moves. This tour de force through the beloved locales of Hyrule will have you battling the fiercest enemies in Zelda history. Collect materials and rupees to enhance your character, upgrade weapons, and dominate.
The delicate balance of the Triforce has been disrupted, and Hyrule Kingdom is once again being torn apart by a dark power, this time lead by Sorceress Cia. Now it’s up to the legendary hero Link to face hordes of enemies and find missing Princess Zelda. Advance the story to unlock new playable characters, each with unique moves and weapon types. Collect Rupees and other useful items to upgrade weapons and craft badges, which you can use to bolster each warrior’s abilities. If the going gets tough, grab a friend to help you get through the story in a local 2-player co-op mode where, thanks to the Wii U GamePad controller, there’s no split screen in sight (additional accessories required; sold separately)!
- Play as fan-favorite characters like Midna and Impa for the first time in the series!
- Battle the fiercest Zelda enemies across Hyrule’s most famous locales.
- Use rupees and materials acquired during play to upgrade your characters.
- Play Adventure Mode to unlock additional characters and collect hard-to-find materials.
- Play alongside a friend in local co-op 2-player mode. No split screen! (additional accessories required; sold separately)
- Additional control options available for 2P – Wii U Pro Controller or Wii Remote + Nunchuk (each sold separately).
Impa: Fight as Link, Zelda, Impa and many more familiar characters from your favorite Zelda games.
Link: Battle to victory as you defend Hyrule against hordes of enemies from the Zelda universe.
Dodongo: Face-off against one of Hyrule’s fiercest enemies; Dodongo!
Top Customer Reviews
When it comes to video games, The Legend of Zelda is my all-time favorite series, and Dynasty Warriors has always been my go-to guilty pleasure series. I love Zelda AND Dynasty Warriors immensely, and to combine the two always seemed like a fantasy that would never see the light of day. Yet, here I am writing a review for the very game I have selfishly dreamed of for years, still a bit shocked and in denial of its existence. Being a massive fan with a tremendous amount of experience with both Zelda and Dynasty Warriors, and having played Hyrule Warriors for several hours now (and many, MANY hours as of January 1st lol), I'm confident in my ability to lend a voice of reason to all those out there curious about whether this game is for you or not. However, this review may be a bit lengthy, so either prepare yourself for that or abandon ship now. You've been warned.
I have to issue another warning before I say anything else: I will not pander to the DW haters out there. DW is a divisive series. You either love it or you don't. If you don't like DW, you more than likely won't like this game, plain and simple. There, I just saved you a bunch of time and money. Now you can go play or look at something you'll actually like and everybody wins...
*Ahem* Are they gone? Good. For those who enjoy/love DW (and there are way more of us than some would have you believe), or are Zelda fans who have never played a Warriors game before but have an open mind, this is a review written for you fine people. Let's get started...Read more ›
Pleasingly, "Hyrule Warriors" represents the very best of franchises in varying capacities. Koei-Tecmo brings its satisfying core formula of "press one or two buttons to kill hundreds of enemies in minutes," Team Ninja spices said formula up with gameplay mechanics that lend a distinct variety and weight to each attack, and Nintendo brings its established lore and does some really funky stuff with it, in the best way possible. These three forces collude to produce a game that is rich in content and heavy in fun, not to mention some of the most fun I've had with a co-op game in a long time.
From a narrative stand-point, this is one of the more interesting "Zelda" titles out there. A new villain, the unrealistically proportioned sorceress Cia, tears rifts between different points in Hyrulian history in an attempt to cause disorder and steal Link's soul. This is a sinister and evil plot, yes, but it's also an advantageous one for longtime fans of the franchise. The reason?Read more ›
I had already read a few reviews going in so I knew what I was getting myself into. Hyrule Warriors is Dynasty Warriors with a Zelda skin plus tons of fan service and I couldn't be happier with that. The collaboration shows Koei Tecmo really did their research on the little touches that make Zelda what it is and it gets it right on many aspects of the series, from the familiar sound of striking an enemy with that final combo when they're vulnerable, to the great fairy's anime-dominatrix laugh. I was smiling the entire time! Don't expect a lot of exploration or treasure hunting, but do expect lots of epic battling and non-stop action!
The combat can be repetitive when taken from an onlooker's perspective but when you're powering through enemy forces in the heat of battle you hardly notice that. You're used to that when you play DW. It's even better when played with a second player, however. As the levels progress you unlock more playable characters and, contrary to one review I read, after more that Link is available in two player mode you can feel free to switch from the iconic tunic-clad hero to one of his available comrades. I really enjoyed how powerful it felt to play as Impa or take advantage of the nimble Sheik's skills. It can be deep, as well, when you get into using the Smithy to forge more powerful versions of your weapons or creating badges for additional effects.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
plays like any Dynasty Warriors game. love the music, and has lots characters form the series, and my brother and i have lots of fun playing this game.Published 12 days ago by Miguel M.
This was my first Legend of Zelda games and it is sooooooo awesome. This game takes you all around Hyrule With Somme new places to and never before seen surprises.Published 18 days ago by Cindy Hatfield
Hyrule Warriors is easily one of the best titles for the Wii U. Whether you're a big fan of the Legend of Zelda or a newcomer to the series, there's a lot in store to keep you... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Kristin Goodwin
I bought this at Walmart July 2016. I wanted to post a review about this game, because Amazon reviews are what deterred me from buying it since it came out. Read morePublished 26 days ago by N.T.
It might only be 1 or 2 chars, but it's still in your face.
Being that it was a Zelda game, I didn't even think I'd have to be careful of that. Read more
Awesome game, though it totally favors Link. He gets way more weapons than anyone else. I get that he's the main characters, but Zelda is in the title and she gets only half the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tyna