Let’s kick off the new year by cutting down hundreds of bad guys in Hyrule! This week on RPG Backtrack, we dive into the Hyrule Warriors series, with Musou expert Phil Willis joining the show.
Tagged: Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity
It’s one final week of JCServant “Phil-ing” in! Chris plays Podcast: Painkiller Enhanced Edition, and probably needs a nap. Anna Marie picnics with some ham sandwiches, while her Pokémon are gettin’ busy.
Nintendo revealed the second wave of Expansion Pass content for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is releasing next month. The second wave adds Purah and Robbie as a playable option, plus new story content and stages.
The first wave of Expansion Content for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity launches this week. Players will be able to find a new playable character, new weapon types, and more.
The fifth Backloggin’ report from Anna Marie. Was progress made on her backlog? Despite a handful of hiccups, yes!
Robert, Kelley, Anna Marie, and Chris develop a King Arthur musou. Also, while we’re wondering why there are two cat races in FFXIV, we realize the biggest concern is where to buy our giant scythes.
The action RPG prequel to Breath of the Wild, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, is getting an expansion pass. The DLC will arrive later this year.
Josh is having an Ys-y time. Anna Marie ranks all the slime families. Robert gets notified every time google kills a product. And Chris tells everyone to blink on cue.
Anna Marie practices equal opportunity violence. Kelley fawns over Sidon Shark (do do do do). Robert is the destroyer of Vitas. Josh is stress. Chris does some Neo Vision shaming. And Alex wonders why he allows this podcast on the site.
Chris does an Xbox 180 while Josh steals Anna Marie’s needle. Robert gets the snotty kleenex award because he can’t figure out how to stream Suikoden. And Kelley is too busy fawning over Revali to notice.
Chris launches a new MLM. Alex plays Shooty Souls. And Kelley reveals a new screenshot from her upcoming game. Now if you don’t mind, we all have resolutions to go break.
Koei Tecmo’s Omega Force studio returns to Hyrule for a second time, this entry acting as a prequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Though some things have changed, there’s still a very familiar feeling.
Anna Marie Privitere gets de-wormed but has to tell Chris to stop helping. Phil Willis is not at all biased about musous. Kelley Ryan is all about the DMCAs. But Alex Fuller saw all of this coming.
With the Age of Calamity almost here, a new trailer has dropped for the launch of the game. The cinematic trailer gives a brief look at all the familiar faces returning to the game.
We’re rounding up two weeks of news with Robert, Kelley, Jonathan, Chris, and Anna Marie. Everything is delayed, so in response everything else is…also delayed…? Can we just cancel the rest of 2020 and skip right to next year, please?
A new trailer for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity shows off Breath of the Wild’s Divine Beasts and how they’ll be playable in-game. On top of that, a demo is now available for people to get their hands on the game.
A new trailer shows familiar faces, powers, and collectibles in Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity. The action RPG prequel is set 100 years before Breath of the Wild.
The latest Nintendo Treehouse: Live presentation featured a look at Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity. RPGamers can check out over twenty-five minutes of gameplay from the upcoming action RPG prequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Nintendo released a new trailer ahead of its planned Nintendo Treehouse dedicated to the Hyrule Warriors sequel. Though short, it does feature a few familiar, albeit younger, faces.
Nintendo and Koei Tecmo provided some new footage of Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity during TGS Online. In addition to a new trailer, RPGamers can check out around thirteen minutes of gameplay.