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Nintendo Features The Legend Of Zelda In Defenders Of The Triforce? Post NES Classic Edition Release Plans Revealed?

By Lizzie Mefford , Nov 18, 2016 04:47 AM EST

Nintendo has recently formed a partnership with escape-room designer SCRAP. Apparently, the Nintendo game The Legend of Zelda is slated to get its own escape room. Additionally, Nintendo's latest gaming system NES Classic is said to be a hit in the market today.

Nintendo recently shared its intention with SCRAP to develop an escape room experience that will be based on The Legend of Zelda. Nintendo is slated to call the real escape game the Defenders of the Triforce. It has been revealed that players may need to work in teams of six in the escape room to solve a mystery within a large area.

In addition, Nintendo is also putting in a time limit to challenge the players. The escape room experience is expected to offer guests interaction with a plethora of classic items as well as several characters from The Legend of Zelda franchise. Rumor has it that Zora, Goron and the Kokiri tribes will be joining the escape room experience.

Moreover, Nintendo has noted that once players discover a new item, such item may be used to solve a particular puzzle to be able to move to new areas. The Defends of the Triforce Puzzle Tour is slated to make way to eight cities across North America: Jan. 31-Feb. 5 in San Francisco, Feb. 10-12 in L.A., Feb. 24-25 (San Diego), TBA in Seattle, Phoenix, Houston, Chicago and New York.

In other news, the mini-sized classing gaming box from Nintendo--the NES Classic Edition is said to be popular in the market. Nintendo released its first few units during its launch on Nov. 11. In the meantime, the Japanese company is yet to restock the gaming box.

Nintendo initially launched the console this year with a £50 or $60 price tag. However, with the shortness in supply the gaming box is now selling for five times more on eBay with prices going even above £250 or $310. It should be noted that the NES Classic Mini include 30 pre-installed games as well as a mini controller. Nintendo is expected to supply the demand before the year ends. Watch the NES Classic Edition/Ness Classic Mini Review here:

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