Send me a PM if you'd like a code. Note, though, that it's a multiplayer demo only. It's impossible to play alone - you and two buddies will either all have to have demo keys for local wireless play, or you'll have to play online during one of the above times. Local download play will exist in the full version, but it doesn't work in the demo.10/16: 5 PM - 10 PM PT
10/17: 5 PM - 10 PM PT
10/18: 7 AM - 12 PM PT
Interesting. Reminds me of Hyrule Warriors and the materials for getting badges.Afrohawk52 wrote:you unlock challenges for all 4 of the levels that offer new materials / more chances to get rarer materials for costumes.
Also interesting. I thought the costumes were totally cosmetic, so I'm looking forward to that. More incentive to actually earn them. Are there individual static costume designs that are unlocked, or do you piece together custom costumes based on pieces like robes, shoes, belts, hats, etc.?Afrohawk52 wrote:Costumes are fantastic. The effects range from powering up your items, sword, and technique to adding special abilities like running faster, increasing your special meter, and increasing the rate of rupee spawns.
Hmm, I was hoping single player wouldn't be too insane because of that. The reviews I've read and review videos I've seen seem to think single player is doable without too much trouble. So I may start with single player.Afrohawk52 wrote:This game should not be played Single Player. They give you the option but it can be practically impossible depending on the mission. Unlike Four Swords your party consists of two dolls that must be carried everywhere unless you're controlling them. While they cannot be damaged by enemies, they do count as weight and can take damage from falling in pits. Switching between the dolls is too slow as well, making time sensitive puzzles and levels very difficult. Avoid at all costs.
Static costume designs.link470 wrote:Also interesting. I thought the costumes were totally cosmetic, so I'm looking forward to that. More incentive to actually earn them. Are there individual static costume designs that are unlocked, or do you piece together custom costumes based on pieces like robes, shoes, belts, hats, etc.?
You can just go back and forth between single player and multiplayer. Hell I'd say World's 1-3 are perfectly servicable aside from some of the challenge missions. After that though some levels are going to get really hard. But yeah you choose whenever you want to go back and forth between single and multiplayer, even in the same world. Choosing levels and worlds is done through menus so no worries there. When you play with randoms you also search which world you want to play and whether or not you want to play with a challenge (if you have it unlocked) so as long as there are people online willing to play you can find people for whatever world you're stuck in.link470 wrote: Here's a question; if I start with single player, and lets say by World 3 things are getting flat out nuts, can I continue from where I am and bring in a couple friends, or play the next stage online, and then go back to single player? Or is it a file specific thing, like I only have a single player ONLY file or a multiplayer ONLY file?
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