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About The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes

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Genre: Action | Publisher: - | Platform: 3DS
Triforces Heroes is an action-adventure first party title developed directly by Nintendo and Grezzo. Grezzo may seem like a familiar company name, and that is because this company also developed the Streetpass game Flower Town as well as other The Legend of Zelda re-released titles. Triforce Heroes is supposed to be a direct sequel to The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds taking place a few years after its events. Triforce Heroes plays very similarly to A Link Between Worlds in that the player has infinite uses of items, but can only use so many at one time.

The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes: Core Challenges

The challenges in this game comes from the puzzles and bosses in dungeons. Each dungeon has four areas which the player must navigate through puzzles and obstacles with a final challenge at the end. The areas usually follow a trend: First an item area where players can gather items to use throughout the dungeon and a challenge that player can use to clear the obstacle. A mob rush, where players need to clear out all enemies in the area to proceed. A puzzle area, where players need to solve a large puzzle or a series of smaller puzzles. Finally, each dungeon ends with a final challenge. The challenges can range from a boss battle, to mob rush with particularly difficult enemies. It can also include enemies that aren't very difficult, but require a certain process in order to defeat them.

Bosses in Triforce Heroes almost always require the player to use the items acquired from the dungeon to beat them. For Example, the boss of the Forest Temple, Margoma, can only be beaten by using bombs that the players acquired at the beginning of the dungeon. Only after using the bombs to force Margoma to pop out of hiding, can the player use his sword (or other damaging items) to damage it. The exception would be the final boss, but that's entering spoiler territory.

The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes: What We Like About Them

The game requires three people to finish each dungeon. It's true there is a single player mode, but it can make area long and tedious. Being able to play online at any with other players is much more entertaining and keeps the player focused on their surroundings within the game.

Having players complete the levels as if they were in any other Zelda game wouldn't take too much away from Triforce Heroes; but being able to choose outfits that give benefits throughout a dungeon is very fun! Be it having an extra heart container or being able to shoot three arrows instead of one, the freedom to choose a benefit brings a much wanted feeling of whimsy and accomplishment when a player's outfit benefits the group.

Online Communication 
Nintendo is usually very complacent about players communicating to each other online (sometimes to the point where it's ridiculous). However, they really stepped up their game in Triforce Heroes as players can communicate effectively with each other using gestures and exclusive in-game emoticons.

The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes: Story / Gameplay

The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes takes place in the kingdom of Hytopia, where fashion is a cultural staple. The player arrives in Hytopia because of a call to action from the king. He is looking for heroes to find a way to remove the curse that has been placed on his daughter by the witch simply known as “The Lady.” The player then sets out to with two other players to the drablands to confront The Lady and remove the princess's curse that forces her into an outfit that she cannot remove.

The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes: FAQs

Where can I find more Frilly Fabric? 
No where. The merchant is the only way you can get Frilly Fabric in the game. You can't find it in any other dungeons and the merchant sells one per day.

Can I do all the levels in multiplayer mode? 
Yes. All dungeons and areas are accessible through single player and multiplayer modes.

Is there local/online play? 
Yes, there is both local and online play. Online play is region locked so players in Japan, North America and Europe can only play with players from the same region. Local play is not region locked so someone who has a 3DS from another country can still play with you.

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