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Cadence of Hyrule demo now available

Sounds good!

Cadence of Hyrule has been available for awhile, but for those who haven't jumped on the game yet, there's a new option available. Nintendo has released a free demo for the game, which should give you a good taste of just how the game's unique mechanics work. Hop on the Switch eShop and give it a shot!

Cadence of Hyrule - Accolades trailer

Find out what critics are saying about Cadence of Hyrule: Crypt of the NecroDancer Featuring The Legend of Zelda! Haven’t tried the game yet? Download the eShop demo now!

Switch eShop demos in Japan for Aug. 7th, 2019

Two demos to try

A pair of demos has launched on the Switch eShop in Japan this week. The big one is Cadence of Hyrule, which should certainly attract a lot of attention. Alongside that, a demo for X-Morph: Defense has been released.

Cadence of Hyrule updated to Version 1.0.2

New options, bug fixes, and more

An update for Cadence of Hyrule is now available, bumping the game up to Version 1.0.2. This update includes a host of new options, which are listed below.

- two-player leaderboard
- rhythm vibration option
- colorblind assist option
- view the game credits from the title screen
- balance adjustments
- bug fixes

The Cat Mario Show - Ep. 144 (Super Mario Maker 2, Cadence of Hyrule, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3)

The latest Japanese episode of The Cat Mario Show is now available. This episode features Super Mario Maker 2, Cadence of Hyrule, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3. Check it out above!

Cadence of Hyrule updated to Version 1.0.1

Tidying up

Version 1.0.1 is now available for Cadence of Hyrule. It's a minor update that takes care of a couple issues. Check out the full patch notes below.

- fixed a crash that could occur after dying in Permadeath Mode (or Daily Challenge)
- fixed an issue that could place wind turbine crates in front of doors in dungeons, blocking progression

Cadence of Hyrule - Accolades trailer

See what critics are saying about Cadence of Hyrule – Crypt of the NecroDancer Featuring The Legend of Zelda, available now from Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch!

Man attempts to sing like Cadence of Hyrule's shopkeeper, and the results are both hysterical and impressive

This is why I love the internet

For those who don't know, Cadence of Hyrule, just like Crypt of the Necrodancer, has an amazing shopkeeper who sings along with the background music. As you get closer to his shop, you can hear him belting out a tune, and he goes full-blast once you're actually in his shop. The first time you hear the pseudo-realistic voice, it'll make you crack up. Every time after that, it pretty much only gets better!

As we said, the voice isn't actually a real person, but some sort of strange note-twisting handled by a computer. What would happen if someone actually tried to sing like the shopkeep? Well look no further than Nicolas Daoust, as he's decided to take on the challenge.

The first time I heard Nicolas' singing, I cried from laughing. Just attempting to mimic the shopkeeper's unique voice is funny in and of itself, but the intensity Nicolas puts into trying to recreate the sound just makes it so much better. I can't wait to hear him attempt all the other tunes in the game!

Brace Yourself Games stops by Electric Playground to chat about developing Cadence of Hyrule

Insight from Brace Yourself Games

Vic hits the stage with Ryan Clark from Brace Yourself Games, the studio behind the awesome Crypt of the NecroDancer and its new Zelda-themed spin off Cadence of Hyrule!

Grant Kirkhope would be honored to create music for Cadence of Hyrule if given the chance

Give him the chance, Nintendo!

Grant Kirkhope has been the composer for numerous high-profile titles on Nintendo platforms, and has even worked with the Mario franchise through Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. Still, there's one franchise that has escaped him that he'd love to have the chance to work on.

In an interview with Miketendo64, Mr. Kirkhope is asked if he'd like to create music for Cadence of Hyrule, if given the chance. Kirkhope has named The Legend of Zelda series as one of his favorites in the past, and has offered up countless compliments for the series' music. While no plans for Cadence of Hyrule DLC has been announced or even teased, Kirkhope says he would be honored to do so if given the chance.

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