Hyrule: Total War mod hits version 3.0, issues new trailer

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By on July 24, 2013 at 2:22 pm

Links and Zelda are both dead, and war rules in their place. This is The Legend of Zelda far from Nintendo’s family-friendly aspirations, a Total War mod that puts the fate of Hyrule in your hands.

Boasting 19 factions, custom settlements, and a four-mission campaign grounded in official Hyrule Historia lore, Hyrule: Total War is an in-progress conversion of Medieval II: Total War – Kingdoms, which you can grab from ModDB.

If you’re not so good with the clicking and the installing, the trailer below offers a preview.

Source: Rock, Paper, Shotgun

6 comments (Leave your own)

My trousers = browned

 

HOLY….

 

Bloody hell – some modders simply amaze me. There’s some seriously talented people out there in the world. Any game that releases without mod tools these days is seriously missing out on opportunities to prolong the life of the game with really minimal effort involved (YES IM LOOKING AT YOU HI-REZ YOU REREs).

 

Curses, I only have Napoleon and Shogun 2! Will have to put this one on bookmark until I get around to picking up Medieval 2.

Query though, does it have the whole over map dealio? I have to admit I tended to use auto battles and focus more on the other aspects of the game.

 

I guess Ganondorf had to win sometime.

 

Modding in this game… it makes me want to purchase a game I wouldn’t otherwise purchase, the same way I bought ARMA II for Day Z.

 
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