Enter the Master Works.
Like a 2002 pajama party.
The first set of DLC for Breath of the Wild has landed on the Nintendo eShop.
“When the development team started discussing including armor items associated with previous The Legend of Zelda games, I was the first one to speak up: ‘Please add Majora’s Mask!'”
The “35-year-old man who wanted to be a fairy.”
“In early prototypes, as a placeholder for Midna, Tetra from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker was riding on Wolf Link as he ran around Hyrule.”
“Seeing a hefty Phantom act like a princess was a pretty funny sight at the time.”
“We concluded that simply placing rocks somewhere isn’t intriguing or challenging enough to be rewarding, even if you were to find them. Instead, we suggested hiding some small creatures there for the finding.”
Qu’est-ce que c’est dur.
Nintendo Classic Mini Super Famicom launches October 5 in Japan with a slightly different game configuration than Europe or North America.
Arms, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Splatoon 2 et même 1-2-Switch. Sans oublier Pokémon Soleil et Lune.
Star Fox 2 inclus pour sa première édition mondiale.
September 29 for $79.99.
Now touring across the world.
Australian EDM duo doing what’s right.
That’s really just an ad for the DLC coming up this week.
Expand your adventure.
Surprise! Miyamoto-san with a message for Oceanian gamers.
The first set of DLC for Breath of the Wild will be available on June 30.