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Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity (Nintendo Switch)

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See Hyrule 100 years before the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild game and experience the events of the Great Calamity.
Join the struggle that brought Hyrule to its knees. Learn more about Zelda, the King of Hyrule, the four champions; Urbosa, Revali, Mipha, Daruk and more through dramatic cutscenes as they try to save the kingdom from Calamity. Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is the only way to see first-hand what happened 100 years ago.
Battle hordes of Hyrule’s most formidable foes – From barbaric Bokoblins to towering Lynels, Ganon’s troops have emerged in droves. Revisit iconic locations such as Zoras Domain, Death Mountain and Hyrule Field and use your playable heroes’ distinct abilities to carve through hundreds of enemies to save Hyrule from the impending Calamity.
Team up and take on Ganon – Pass a Joy-Con to a friend and take on Calamity Ganon as a team in local co-op multiplayer. Fight side-by-side or divide your efforts to cover more ground, complete objectives and defeat the forces of darkness!

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See Hyrule 100 years before the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild game and experience the events of the Great Calamity.

Join the struggle that brought Hyrule to its knees. Learn more about Zelda, the four Champions, the King of Hyrule, and more through dramatic cutscenes as they try to save the kingdom from Calamity. Play the Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity game to see first-hand what happened 100 years ago.

Battle hordes of Hyrule’s most formidable foes – From barbaric Bokoblins to towering Lynels, Ganon’s troops have emerged in droves. Playable heroes like Link, Zelda, and more must use their distinct abilities to carve through hundreds of enemies to save Hyrule from the impending Calamity.

Team up and take on Ganon – Pass a Joy-Con to a friend and take on Calamity Ganon as a team in local co-op multiplayer. Fight side-by-side or divide your efforts to cover more ground, complete objectives and defeat the forces of darkness!

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Specification: Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity (Nintendo Switch)

Weight 1.76 lbs
Dimensions 2.52 × 0.31 × 6.611 in

9 reviews for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity (Nintendo Switch)

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  1. K. McGraw

    The Breath of the Wild was supposed to be my Christmas gift last year but my girls have played it more than I have. So when they saw this game they had to have it. So far, they love it. I haven’t had a chance to play it myself yet, but my girls love that there is more action in this one and that you can play different characters. Definitely happy to have this in our collection.Read more

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  2. john

    $5 less than I could buy it elsewhere and fun game.Read more

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  3. Adam

    My wife and I loved definitive edition on the switch of the original so I thought this would be a treat for when we finished playing it. We popped it in before finishing to try it out and we enjoy the definitive edition a lot more.Read more

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  4. Tyler

    There’s a lot of reviews comparing this game to Breath of the Wild, which it should not be. This game is a story precursor to BotW, but it’s otherwise not related. The reason this game is called “Hyrule Warriors” is because this is a reboot of the Dynasty Warriors franchise, using legend of Zelda as a backdrop. It’s a fun game, there’s a lot to enjoy, but you can also just mash the buttons and win. If you played and enjoyed Dynasty Warriors, you’ll like this. If you’re looking for more BotW, you will be immensely disappointed. There’s a free demo on the Nintendo online store if you’ve never played games like this. Give it a try, it’s fun.Read more

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  5. Bud96

    Now I wasn’t sure if I would like this game, thinking it was just going to be a hack and slash, kill all enemies in sight kind of deal…but I have never been more wrong!!! This game follows the time before Breath Of the Wild when the Calamity was on the brink of starting, where Zelda and Link have to recruit the Four Champions to pilot their respective Divine Beasts. It has so much story to it, it’s unreal. I love absolutely everything about it, from the map screen that lets you see all the side quests (and I’m not that far in and there is already LOADS of these) that is Breath of The Wild’s map, to the playable characters and the lovely cutscenes you get which tell you more about the relationships between characters that you only got a hint of in the memories in Breath of the Wild. Now I actually haven’t completed Breath of the Wild yet, because I wanted to play this one first, but I think you can do it either way. The gameplay is fast, frenetic and totally addictive, the characters are all worth playing as (Impa is a ninja both literally and in her gameplay style, she basically decimates all in her path; as does Revali, and Link and….ok yeah, all the characters I’ve played as decimate the field…bar Daruk, because he’s a bit slow….sorry Daruk fans!!) and it’s a truly magnificent thing to be able to see Hyrule as it was before the Calamity struck. An absolute must for Zelda fans. Would give it more than five stars if I could! :DRead more

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  6. AndrewJ

    A quick review Story – 6/10 Gameplay 8/10 Visuals – 7/10 Music – 9/10 Performance – 2/10 7/10 Overall About 25 Hours to beat I’m an 40 years old gamer growing up with Zelda games and I have enjoyed BOTW a lot so my review might be biased. I’m not sure if it’s just me but I got about 15-25 FPS on average. With a game focused on hack and slash, this ruins the whole experience. It’s a bit lacking in story. The story can seem a little choppy and incoherent at times, but I thought it was executed decently. Music is great, definitely the best part of the game.Read more

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  7. Miss Hart

    I’m about 40% through my first playthrough on the Nintendo Switch. Not as good as Breath of the Wild; that was one of my all time favourites! This is not Open World like BOTW, but rather you complete Quests and Challenges from main menu map, you are not free to roam about and find stuff. It’s odd you can’t go farming fish and collectibles that you need, you just pick them up randomly in missions. Cooking is also done from the main menu map, you don’t actually cook it yourself at a camp fire, rather odd! And achieving new Outfits appears random, no clear system for this. Focus is very much on battle, not exploration, and there’s no Shrine-like puzzles as yet, so lacks that extra depth (so far at 40% completion!). Still, I like fighting Zelda baddies and you can swap difficulties for each mission. Give it a 4*.Read more

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  8. Sam

    Now I’m going to preface this by starting with the fact this game likely is likely an alternate timeline or not canon despite how it was advertised, as it has events that would clash with canon. But aside from that, this is an amazing game with a few quibbles. If you have played Breath of the Wild, quite a few of the game mechanics from it are here including different weapon types for Link, Remote Bombs, Magnesis, Stasis, Cryokinesis, Perfect Dodge, Flurry Rush, Perfect Guard, Paragliders in the air, Shield Surfing as one of Link’s attacks. But this is not the same genre as BOTW – this gameplay wise is more a Warriors style of game with BOTW mechanics added. I’ve been enjoying the story a lot, the fighting, the collecting items to boost characters or get bonuses. If you aren’t into repetitive gameplay, this might wear on you though. I enjoy this for a few hours at a time, and find it really fun. Now my quibbles are mostly with things this game itself introduces as issues from clashing with BOTW features that worked perfectly fine in BOTW. My number one issue being that that there are weak point gauges for powerful enemies that if you wear down, let you do powerful attacks. These are better suited for one on one combat. But then fairly often you might have two or three such enemies you have to fight at once due to the Warriors framework. This isn’t suited for that despite how often this occurs, it is suited for one on one combat. Hinox and Lynel and so forth were solitary in BOTW which would make it a better concept if they didn’t keep throwing in Moblins and Wizzrobes next to them in a lot of levels. My second quibble is that in BOTW you get bows you can aim. And several of the enemy types in BOTW are clearly suited for aimed arrow shots. This isn’t implemented well in this game because only Link has a bow you can aim, aiming it is finicky and does not slow down time to make it easier, and the spots you have to aim at are either fairly small or can go outside aiming range in the case of Hinox, which are so tall the game may not let you aim at their eye if you are too close. I’ve also had this issue with Divine Beasts where camera limitations mean you can’t hit some enemies if you are too close. The weak point of Stone Talus is also extremely difficult to hit with most characters accurately. My third quibble is with Divine Beast content. The enemies are really really small in this, making them very hard to actually hit accurately. And Daruk’s for some reason is the only one that doesn’t get a shield bizarrely enough, and gets a Counter which is honestly not as useful as having an actual shield. The camera restrictions for limiting where you can aim and hit feel unnecessary as well, especially when an enemy I need to hit is also right there. It isn’t terrible, but these aren’t my favourite sections. These aren’t major issues, but these are aspects that could have been done better. Over all, it is fun though, it is mostly just running around slaughtering as many monsters as dare stand in your way, and for me, that’s a great time! So if you like Warriors style games it is worth a try!Read more

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  9. Rhaoulos

    If you like Breath of the Wild and the Musou (Dynasty Warriors) series, this game is for you. This is the best combat system I have played in a Musou game, it looks mostly good (safe for a few monsters like Moldugas that have horrible animations) and it’s just fun. A few caveat that mean 4 stars instead of 5: – It is NOT a Breath of the Wild prequel. Unlike what is advertised, this isn’t what happened 100 years before the events of Breath of the Wild. It is more like a bad fan fiction that completely ignores the canon story. – It runs horribly in certain maps – The story is really bad, especially the ending – Some challenges have punishing difficulty and only pure luck will allow you to pass.Read more

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