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Four Swords first appeared on Capcom's port of Link to the Past on the GBA (and Capcom also did Minish Cap), but Nintendo themselves developed Four Swords Adventures, so I don't think Capcom has much to do with the decision to excluding those games in HW.Wasn't Four Swords one of the Capcom Zeldas? I think that might be why Four Swords and Oracles never had any representation.
The trailer alone showed a fish lady, a bird man, and a huge electric woman, all fighting a bunch of skelegoblins, so I think we’re on safer ground WRT Joyful Weirdness than Fire Emblem man anger to pull off.I find Fire Emblem Warriors far more satisfying and compelling to play, the downside being that it’s far duller than the joyful weirdness of Hyrule Warriors. Here’s hoping AoC can bridge that gap.
I played the Fist of the North Star one a while back and it whupped my ass to the point where I stopped playing it pretty quickly because hey, I'm not here to get my ass beat, I'm here to feel like Kenshiro w/ as little effort as possible!Are any modern musou games balanced to be difficult?
(Not a rhetorical question, genuinely don't know. My impression is that there are some challenges for Super Players if you want them but generally they're a cakewalk to complete.)