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Zelda: Tri Force Heroes Allows You To Blacklist Undesirable Players

If you’ve received a demo code for The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes you will have noticed that when you first begin the game you’re informed how to block undesirable or unruly players. This is a welcome addition toΒ a game where the online experience is fairly integral if you don’t want to play with AI characters. Feel free to share any spare codes you may have in the comments section!

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Thanks, MasterPikachu6

6 comments

  1. I can’t say I’m excited about this game. I saw the commercial for it and thought the reference it makes to a famous line from the very first Zelda was cool (“It’s dangerous to go alone. So, don’t”), but this just doesn’t resonate with me.

  2. Not even interested. Little devil inside has run amok in my brain.

    It’s 25% the reason I’m halfway through paying for my soon to have Wii U. Late as hell, but I enjoy being fashionably late.

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  3. Why would this need to be a feature? It’s not like you can actually interact with people saying vulgar shit or immature crap since voice chat wasn’t even added to the game. NintenD’OH!’s stupidity shines through again, ladies & gents!

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