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Here’s The Ghirahim Trailer For Hyrule Warriors

Nintendo and Tecmo Koei have released a new trailer showcasing the playable villain Ghirahim in Hyrule Warriors. Those that choose to play as Ghirahim will have access to his devastating demon sword in battle.  Hyrule Warriors is out now in Japan and you can view the first 85 minutes of the highly anticipated game, right here.

Thanks, DolphinSpanx

24 comments

  1. Guys if I had sex with a black woman and I’m a black guy and the baby she gives birth to is white what the flying fuck do I do?!

  2. Thanks guys! He looks pretty cool. Unfortunately I never got the chance to play Skyward Sword or Twilight Princess so I had no idea.

    1. It’s mainly because Nintendo believes that the value they create in their software doesn’t deteriorate over time.What they don’t understand is that a game made 5 years ago shouldn’t cost as much as a game made 6 months ago.

      Yes, we all understand supply and demand, and most seem to be willing to pay increased costs for games that go out of production…but even their re-releases are high-priced…

      In their defense though, they charge less for digital games, which is a start. They also often give more Nintendo Club points for digital purchases, as to counter-balance the perceived value that is lost by not having a physical copy of a game.

    2. That’s why I rely on eBay and thrift shops. I found a like-new copy of New Super Mario Bros. U at the Goodwill for only $ 2.99. A game that still costs like 50 dollars in stores. Greatest find ever!

  3. FYI, retailers play a part in deciding the price of games, so don’t put all the blame on Nintendo.

    1. They really don’t, though. Nintendo employs what’s called MSRP (manufacturer’s suggested retail price). Their dealers can’t sell below that amount no matter what.

      1. Yep, if I didn’t work for a company that uses MSRP I would’ve never known myself. If you break someone’s MSRP then they’ll usually stop offering their products to you for a certain amount of time (6 or 12 months, usually).

      2. no wounder nintendo games for used at gamestop is very expensive.

      3. Nintendo doesnt decide used game prices though. Usually gamestop just takes a few dollars off the price when the game is used.
        I think gamestop just overprices used games.

  4. Oh I can’t wait to obliterate all that stands in my way when I use Ghirahim! Zant, eat your heart out!

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