In this week’s episode of The Score we find out if you’re sold on Hyrule Warriors yet and also ask you about the recent trend for indie game cross-overs. We’ve had examples in Hex Heroes and most recently Super World Karts where the titles feature other indie game’s characters as playable characters. There’s also complete mash-ups of games in Ping 1.5+ and BLOK DROP X Twisted Fusion. Are you more likely to buy a game if it includes a cameo character or mode? Do you want to see more of these kinds of collaborations between indies?

The Score: Episode 58

The Score: Indie Cross-Overs… Win or Fail?

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Last week, we asked you…

The Score: Are You Sold on Hyrule Warriors?

Head below and find out what you had to say.

Our Favorite Responses

Day 1 purchase

-WANDERLEI

I’m not sold, just for a little reason: I don’t have money for it…

-ERIXSAN

Uh….YEAH?!?!?!?!?!??!?!?!

Who ISN’T? It’s like the biggest amount of fan service since the invention of creepy anime girl bullsh*t.

-NIKITA KULAKOVSKIY

After all the reveals for the game I’m incredibly hyped for it. The chronic problem with Dynasty Warriors is the amount of repetitive gameplay. Hyrule Warriors looks to remedy that problem with an abundance of items, characters, and enemies. Looks awesome!

-PALESELAN

Well I’m only sold because of all the Zelda characters you’ll be using…and hopefully more are hidden for us to discover…but it’s a Dynasty Warriors game at heart…which I have not enjoyed much yet…

Still..I’m buying it just because of that…because of the Zelda characters. So thanks to all the character reveal trailers…I’m sold!

-FRESNOKILA

YES,im sold. Already have it halfway paid off on a pre-order. Im hoping this sells well. I imagine if at least a million copies sell or close to it, they might extend the life of the game by adding DLC characters. Im hoping at least but if not, im fine with what already been announced.

-CHRISF86

After just watching the Hyrule Warriors Direct, I am totally sold on this game!!!!!

-IMTHESOLDIER

I’m sold on the game, but it’s not a day 1 purchase for me.

-MR-CHRIS

To be honest, no, not really. Regardless of how many Zelda elements they incorporate in the game, at heart, it’ll always be a Dynasty Warriors game and I myself just haven’t enjoyed any of the Dynasty Warriors games. Not saying they’re bad or anything but they’re not the kind of games I enjoy so I think I’ll be skipping this one

-SUPERFAKERBROS

Absolutely sold! Day 1 purchase!

-SJMARTIN79

It looks good, and I’m happy that Nintendo is donig more and more collaboration projects like this, but I’m not thrilled about the game myself. I’ll probably end up getting it eventually.

-JEUGOSMAJICOS

yes

-LAER-HEISEIRYUU

What?

I’ll day-one it!

I feel I’m going to love it. It’s action, it’s strategy and it’s Zelda.

-ODO

Yes… even though I’m not a Zelda fan (yet). It seems to be good hack-and-slash fun, but in truth I’m way more hyped for bayonetta 2, so it’s not going to be a day one buy for me

-SLETARI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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