For online play
I’ve been playing The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes for a good while now, and although I can’t share all my thoughts until next week, I have noticed a few features that have been working out rather well. For starters, Tri Force has a robust online component, complete with matchmaking, friend matches, a lobby that features a beach ball minigame, and blacklisting.
Yep, blacklisting is in. If you come across a player that’s constantly trolling you or refuses to work with the team, you can blacklist them (up to 100 entries) and avoid playing with that person in the future. It’s a great way to weed out some of the negative community members and focus on that sweet loot.
Expect our full review early next week.