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Check out 'Link' and 'Samus' in Dynasty Warriors VS


10:00 AM on 03.22.2012



Dynasty Warriors VS is coming to 3DS this year, and it's carrying a Nintend-flavored surprise. There will be alternate costumes based on The Legend of Zelda's Link and Metroid's Samus. You can check them out in the above trailer, towards the end. 

I do love this relationship Nintendo has with Tecmo Koei, from promotional work to full-on Pokemon crossovers. Give me a Dynasty Warriors with Nintendo characters, like some sort of hack n' slash Smash Bros., and I think I'd have my game of the year. 

[via andriasang]

Check out 'Link' and 'Samus' in Dynasty Warriors VS photo
Check out 'Link' and 'Samus' in Dynasty Warriors VS photo





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