Ever wish you could block trolls and never see them again? Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes lets you banish those "false heroes"

Legend of Zelda: TriForce Heroes lets you send trolls back under the bridge

Ever wish you could block trolls and never see them again? Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes lets you banish those "false heroes"

The Legend of Zelda: TriForce Heroes, the latest Legend of Zelda 3DS game set to launch October 23rd, is now allowing its players to stop potential trolls with the help of an in-game blacklist.

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TriForce Heroes is a 3-player cooperative game, along the same lines as Four Swords. You and some friends, family members, or other people online will team up to tackle challenging dungeons, puzzles, and bosses in the traditional Legend of Zelda fashion. The game is also completely playable alone, with AI controlling the other two heroes.

When playing online, you may register players you play with in your blacklist. By doing so, you will never encounter that player again. To do this while in the level, touch and hold the hero panel of the player you want to blacklist, press A or B, and select “Yes” to temporarily register them. Once you exit the level, you will be able to register them permanently.

You can register up to one hundred players on your blacklist. When you go over a hundred, the oldest entries will be overwritten.
You cannot register a friend on your blacklist.


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