Posts by Reece Heather
Smash Bros. Ultimate: Link can shoot beams from Master Sword when at zero damage
By Reece Heather on June 13th, 2018 0
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It's all about those small details! I've really enjoyed soaking in all the minor yet fascinating visual and gameplay tweaks from Treehouse Live's demonstrations of Super Smash...
One-on-one battles have new score display, increased damage in Smash Bros. Ultimate
By Reece Heather on June 13th, 2018 0
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Details continue to emerge on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, thanks to the Treehouse Live footage following yesterday's Direct presentation. With series director Masahiro Sakurai...
Sakurai explains putting stage select before characters in Smash Bros. Ultimate
By Reece Heather on June 13th, 2018 0
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After yesterday's incredible Direct presentation, Nintendo Treehouse staffers sat down with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate director Masahiro Sakurai, who shed some more light on the...
Here are all the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate details we covered from E3
By Reece Heather on June 12th, 2018 0
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Wow, that was intense! Dedicating half of their Nintendo Direct and much of the Treehouse Live time to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Nintendo aren't shy about showing off the...
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is called “Super Smash Bros. Special” in Japan
By Reece Heather on June 12th, 2018 0
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While the words "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate" are now burned into my retinas after consuming the onslaught of news coming the Nintendo E3 Direct, the upcoming installment in...
Princess Zelda’s Study: The lab was originally a bigger part of Smash Bros’ Great Bay stage
By Reece Heather on June 12th, 2018 0
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Before we get a glimpse of the future of Super Smash Bros. later today during Nintendo's E3 Direct, I thought it was only right to first look back at a piece of the franchise's...
Princess Zelda’s Study: Skyward Sword’s removed NPC, the eccentric cleaner
By Reece Heather on June 5th, 2018 0
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After the critical success of Breath of the Wild and its impact on redefining the Zelda series, it seems more popular than ever to hate on its predecessor, Skyward Sword. The...
Zelda Universe is looking for writers to help with news coverage
By Reece Heather on May 13th, 2018 0
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Hello readers! Already we're fast approaching the middle of 2018, which to many signals the beginning of summer. That's great and all, but there's something far more exciting on...
Official artwork for Link’s Master Cycle Zero is awesome, reminds me of Akira
By Reece Heather on December 11th, 2017 0
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Possibly the most exciting aspect of the recent Champions' Ballad DLC for Breath of the Wild, aside from the fact that it launched suddenly and unexpectedly during the Game...
Nintendo UK contests offering ‘legendary prizes’ for Breath of the Wild players
By Reece Heather on October 23rd, 2017 0
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It's been seven months since the release of the groundbreaking Breath of the Wild, and still people are playing, discussing and sharing their greatest moments and achievements...
We’re looking for columnists and news reporters to contribute to our home page (Updated x2)
By Reece Heather on August 31st, 2017 0
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Hey readers! Frequent visitors of the site may have noticed that our weekly columns -- Music Monday, Throwback Thursday and Fanart Friday -- have been largely absent on the...
Eiji Aonuma discusses Zelda’s art at Japan Expo, full panel now available to watch
By Reece Heather on August 2nd, 2017 1
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Last month, Japan Expo once again brought Japanese culture to Paris, France, covering everything from video games and music to art and animation. A particular highlight of the...
E3: The Master Trials sees Link face up against a new foe, a golden Lynel
By Reece Heather on June 13th, 2017 0
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The first downloadable expansion for Breath of the Wild, The Master Trials, which we now know is due to hit the Nintendo Switch later this month on June 30, aims to challenge...
E3: Super Mario Odyssey appears to take inspiration from A Link Between Worlds
By Reece Heather on June 13th, 2017 0
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Did you catch the Super Mario Odyssey trailer during today's Nintendo Spotlight stream? It looked incredible! A Tyrannosaurus, a ghostly top hat and a mustachioed frog were...
E3: Breath of the Wild’s first DLC pack, The Master Trials, is arriving on June 30
By Reece Heather on June 13th, 2017 0
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Since learning Breath of the Wild would be the first mainline Legend of Zelda game to offer DLC, fans have eagerly awaited to learn what each of the two packs will offer to...