The Misadventures of Link is a series of comedy shorts starring the tunic-wearing hero, promising to portray Link "in a new and hysterical light." The series will be based on The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD.
Pikmin Nature Documentaries, a spoof on traditional nature shows, will highlight Captain Olimar's colorful pals as seen in their natural environment. Bravest Warriors, from Adventure Time creator Pendleton Ward, is about four teenage heroes-for-hire who traipse across galaxies helping aliens in crisis. The four teenagers vanquish their enemies with emotional powers and will be featured in Bravest Warriors every Friday on Nintendo Video.
Rounding out the quintet is Wildheart Riukiu, a new series of 3D shorts from the creator of popular Nintendo Video series Meat or Die, and Bee and PuppyCat - a two-part series following an unemployed woman who meets a mysterious creature resembling both a puppy and a cat.
The new content will start trickling out tomorrow, on November 1, and release throughout 2014.
"Cartoon Hangover is honored to be part of Nintendo's entry into the new golden age of TV innovation."
Owners who have downloaded the Nintendo Video application from the Nintendo eShop will automatically receive the new shows on their device, including:
The Legend of Zelda: The Misadventures of Link: This original series of comedic shorts shows Link, the series' star, in a new and hysterical light. His surroundings will be familiar to fans of the series, since the shorts are based on The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD game for the Wii U console.
Pikmin Nature Documentaries: These "nature documentaries" explore the wonderful world of the tiny Pikmin. The animations, highlighted by dramatic voiceover work, are a tongue-in-cheek take on safari nature shows.
Bravest Warriors: The latest hit show created by Pendleton Ward, the mind behind Adventure Time, follows four teenage heroes-for-hire as they warp through galaxies to save adorable aliens and their worlds using the power of their emotions. The series is produced by Frederator Studios and launched on the Cartoon Hangover channel on YouTube. New episodes of Bravest Warriors will appear every Friday on Nintendo Video.
Wildheart Riukiu: This new series of 3D shorts comes from the creator of Meat or Die, which has already amassed more than 5 million views on Nintendo Video. Wildheart Riukiu incorporates charming 16-bit graphics with some not-so-charming, but hilarious, characters. Think ninja puppets.
Bee and PuppyCat: A Cartoon Hangover Shorts fan favorite, this two-part series by Natasha Allegri follows Bee, an out-of-work 20-something who has a life-changing collision with a mysterious creature she names PuppyCat.
"This latest set of great new shows for Nintendo Video gives fans a unique way to enjoy two of their favorite Nintendo franchises, in addition to hand-picked series from some of the most imaginative and successful creators in the world of animation," said Tony Elison, Nintendo of America's senior director of Business Development.
Fred Siebert, founder and executive producer of Frederator Studios, producer of the new Bravest Warriors series, said, "Cartoon Hangover is honored to be part of Nintendo's entry into the new golden age of TV innovation."
Since launching in July 2011, Nintendo Video has delivered a variety of premiere and exclusive videos automatically to Nintendo 3DS owners. The Nintendo Video application is available to download for free from the Nintendo eShop.
For more information about Nintendo Video, visit http://www.nintendo.com/3ds/nintendo-video. Remember that Nintendo 3DS features parental controls that let adults manage the content their children can access. For more information about this and other features, visit http://www.nintendo.com/3ds.
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