Last week, Eiji Aonuma revealed new information about the Twilight Princess DLC Pack for Hyrule Warriors. He announced the inclusion of Twili Midna as a playable character, who was only seen in this form at the end of Twilight Princess. She will use the Mirror of Twilight as her weapon of choice.

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Aonuma hinted at a new costume for Link that would bear resemblance to a familiar character in the series. After much speculation, this costume has finally been revealed to be none other than the Postman. Link looks quite uncomfortable in this attire, but it’s too hilarious to not enjoy. Zelda has also been given a new costume; she can now adorn herself in an adorable Illia costume, giving Zelda short hair that seems to suit her very well.

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Zelda will be able to equip the Dominion Rod from Twilight Princess, which gives its user the ability to control statues.

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It was also announced that there is a brand new Adventure Mode map included in the Twilight Princess Pack.

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The Twilight Princess Pack is out right now on the Wii U eShop. Enjoy!

  • MischievousLittleImp

    I pretend to aquire this once I have a Wii U (tomorrow) XD

  • Jeanpaul Robidoux

    NOO and other adventure map. God damn it. Again, Hours of my life loss to this game, ( thank you nintendo)

  • Ryan Haney

    I like Zelda’s Dominion Rod.

  • GreenLinkMaster

    WHAAAAAAAAAAA?(T) no mention of the fact that Gannon now looks even more like Demise in this pic, and that the dual keys he’s wielding is clearly seems like a reference to Kingdom Hearts?
    (also Links new costume has bunnies on the hat and flag. interesting) but I feel far to bad for Link to ever put him in that costume.

    • Ryan Haney

      It’s spelled Ganon, and the character with the 8-bit keys is Ganondorf.

      • GreenLinkMaster

        it’s been spelled boths ways in the Zelda games. therefor it can be either. I have seen it as Gannon, I have seen it as Ganondorf. I believe I’ve also seen it as Gannondorf.

        • Vladislak

          As far as Nintendo is concerned it’s Ganon nowadays. “Gannon” was only ever used in the intro of the original Zelda, and was corrected to “Ganon” in all future releases.

          Even LoZ1’s manual originally had it spelled “Ganon”.

          Furthermore in Japanese it’s always been spelled “ガノン”.

          ガ = Ga
          ノ = No
          ン = N
          Ganon

          It would need a fourth Japanese character to be spelled “Gannon”.

          • JaidynReiman

            That’s where Gannon-banned came from. 😀

          • Vladislak

            You don’t see that term used very often nowadays, I kinda miss it. 😛

    • Beximus

      those 2 keys in the picture are based on the sprites of the keys in the original legend of zelda. one being the standard key and the other being the magical key.

      http://www.zeldadungeon.net/Zelda01/Items/MagicalKey3.png

  • Anthony Moseley

    Too bad The Postman himself wasn’t a new character.

  • Talmor

    * falls into helpless giggles of Link in postman’s outfit *

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