While Zelda players gather bomb flowers and boomerangs, Norway’s Anne Martha Harnes has collected 1,816 individual items connected with the video game series.
The Snack World: Trejarers – Ver. 2.0 (?)
List of changes:
- raises level cap from LV. 99 to LV. 150
- various bug fixes
- will be released alongside the first DLC pack sometime in October
DLC Pack 1 – Point 1
This DLC allows players to challenge some vicious bosses:
Zombie King: he used to be the King of a certain Kingdom. One day, someone put zombie powder in his food by mistake, and he became a zombie.
Holy Dragon Dear Falcon: a dragon version of Dear Falcon.
DLC Pack 1 – Point 2
This DLC allows players to tackle some new dungeons:
Underground Labyrinth Foie Gras, where the Zombie King is said to live. The layout is pretty complicated, which is why adventurers frequently get lost inside. Lots of mysterious monsters are said to live in that dungeon.
Scorching Hot Volcano Gratania, found in the north-eastern part of the continent. As expected, all the monsters living in there are pretty hot… and no, we’re not talking about physical appearance here! There’s also lots of lava around, so make sure you’re extra careful when you head into that dungeon. Oh, and be wary of the boss whose roar can be heard often in those parts…
DLC Pack 1 – Point 3
This DLC allows players to play with a Dragon Knight version of Chap and Vincent.
Dragon Knight Cap can hit enemies with continuous slashing attacks, while Dragon Knight Vincent is even stronger than the regular “version”, with his deadly special moves.
DLC Pack 1 – Point 4
This DLC allows players to break through the limits of their stats. With this DLC, you will get the following:
lots of XP after you’ve reached LV. 99. And no, it’s not a mistake: on the same day as the DLC is released, a free update (for all players) will raise the level cap, from LV. 99 to LV. 150
raised level cap for Jarra, from LV. 5 to to LV. 8
raised cap for bonds with characters and monsters you have as snacks, from ♡ 3 to ♡ 5
The above hour-long film is called The Legend of Zelda - Dark Sage: Finale. It's a sequel to a 2007 project by the same person behind "Dark Sage" and "Dark Sage: Encore". You might remember us sharing the original videos all those years ago! The original film really made the rounds back in the day. Let's see how this one does! Thanks to Coloniser for the heads up!
We still don't have a final release date for Enter the Gungeon, but the devs had said they're aiming for a release sometime in November or December. Let's hope all goes well and the game makes it out the door before the year closes out.
Welcome back! Sam here with another round of images that I created using the Super Mario Odyssey game’s Snapshot Mode. Hope you like ’em!
Siesta with a Snuggly Shiverian
OK, so there’s cute, and then there’s weapons-grade, industrial-strength cute. Sharp-eyed viewers of our last Nintendo Direct caught sight of the Shiverian locals during a sweeping pan over a snow-bound race track. Here’s a closer look, because I love you all and I want you to be able to bask in this warmth. The residents of Shiveria are ridiculously cute. They are also ridiculously fun to photograph.