Check out Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity's TGS 2020 Online gameplay with added English subtitles

You saw the gameplay earlier today, along with some translated details here and there. Now you can check out the gameplay segment along with English subtitles for the presenters! Give the newly-translated feature a watch above.

Check out more screens and art for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, plus details on each Champion

Champions unite!

Following the TGS 2020 Online prsentation for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, we have some new screens and artwork to showcase for each Champion. You can also check out info on what each Champion is bringing to the battle with them.


- uses a Boulder Breaker
- can curl up into a ball to attack
- can also use Daruk’s Protection


- uses a Lightscale Trident
- can use various water techniques


- get up above enemies using Revali’s Gale
- uses Bomb Arrows fired from his Great Eagle Bow


- retains Urbosa’s Fury
- can also use the Scimitar of the Seven and Daybreaker

New info on Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity's character abilities, development focus, and Eiji Aonuma's input shared

Going back to the past

Koei Tecmo hosted a special live-stream session of Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity for TGS 2020 Online, and with it came a round of new info. Check out the summary of details below, courtesy of PushDustIn.

- the aim with the game's visuals was to reproduce the style seen in Zelda: Breath of the Wild
- the Sheikah Stone will act differently with each character
- Zelda can perform Stasis on enemies
- enemies have a weak point gauge for counter-attacks
- you can pick up ingredients from treasure chests
- in one part of the gameplay, you can see Impa throw a slate that activates a tower, as well as a mini-Guardian
- Link can use the Sheikah Slate for remote bombs and the ice cube
- Impa can summon multiple versions of herself, and she is seen using a Fire Rod at one point
- weapons auto-guard sometime
- each character presents a different playstyle
- the team put a lot of focus on creating the world that existed 100 years before the events of Breath of the Wild
- when the team finished the original Hyrule Warriors, they thought they were done with the collab
- at this point, Eiji Aonuma approached the team and asked them to create another title, which lead to Age of Calamity

Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy "TGS 2020 Online" trailer and more gameplay

Not a secret anymore!

Koei Tecmo went into overdrive with their Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy coverage today. For the TGS 2020 Online crowd, the company released a brand-new trailer which you can see above, as well as more gameplay and a soundtrack sampler. Check out both of those below, with the gameplay appearing at the 32:14 to 44:38 mark.

Finally, we have a round-up of new info that comes from the trailer and gameplay. You can find those tidbits below.

- Empel Vollmer and Lila Decyrus are coming back
- the game's theme song is titled "Somewhen, Somewhere…," which was created by Clammbon, and features lyrics by Mito
- the game uses the same world map system from the last game, with each location represented by an icon
- the battle system has been revamped for a bigger feeling of action
- you can now swap active and back row party members during battle
- there's a new Item Rush system as well

Impa revealed for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, in-game bonus offered for those with a Zelda: Breath of the Wild save

A familiar face returns, and special bonus for fans

Eagle-eyed viewers of the original Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity trailer thought they spotted a couple quick glimpses of Impa hanging out, and it turns out they were right. Impa has been officially revealed for the game, and due to where this game takes place in the Zelda timeline, she's much younger than she was in Breath of the Wild. The best part is that Impa will be playable! You can check out a profile for Impa below.

Impa is a Seeker who works as a government aide to Hyrule Castle. While young, she handles government affairs excellently and has Zelda’s utmost confidence. She is serious and diligent, but can be a little absent-minded at times.

Along with that, Nintendo has revealed a special bonus for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity players who have a Zelda: Breath of the Wild save file on their Switch. Having that save data will net you the bonus training sword seen in the image above. It might not be the fanciest weapon, but it'll get the job done!

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity "Champions Unite" trailer and more gameplay shared

Our next big look at the game

Koei Tecmo has shared a wealth of new video footage for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity. You can check out the brand-new "Champions Unite" trailer above, as well as more gameplay. You can find the gameplay in the second video, and it appears at the 1:23:50 to 1:37:32 mark.

Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIV "Diplomacy and Strategy Expansion Pack" releases in Japan on Dec. 10th, 2020

Fans of Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIV have some new content to look forward to, and its release isn't too far off. Koei Tecmo has announced that a "Diplomacy and Strategy Expansion Pack" is coming to the game on Dec. 10th, 2020, and it gives players many more scenarios to tackle. You can check out more screens from this pack here.

Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIV is also making its way to the Switch in both Europe and North America sometime in 2021.

Gust reveals exclusive TGS 2020 Online merch

Ryza fans have a lot to choose from!

Even though this year's TGS is taking place completely online, Koei Tecmo is still offering fans a chance to get some exclusive goodies. Switch owners will be happy to see a ton of Atelier Ryza 1/2 merch in the lineup, including tapestries, coasters, posters, towels, and much more. You can check out the entire lineup of goodies here.

Monster Rancher 2 - more gameplay

Monster Rancher 2 is now available for Switch in Japan, and it's priced at 2,820 yen. The game takes up 438 MB of space, but it unfortunately does not have an English text option. There's also no word on a localization at this time.

Nintendo snags Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity trademarks in Japan

Gearing up for launch

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is coming to Switch on Nov. 20th, 2020, and Nintendo is gearing up for the game's release by grabbing some trademarks. Over in Japan, Nintend has filed for 厄災の黙示録 (商願2020-110931) and Age of Calamity (商願2020-110932), and each trademark relates to 33 products and services. All of these are tied to the game itself.


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