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Submitted by TheWhyButton 877d ago | article

The Future of the Zelda Franchise

It has been over a year since the release of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, which was both a huge success and a great game. However, Zelda fans are beginning to wonder what is coming next? The stage is once again cleared and the faithful fans inquire to know what Nintendo has in store for the series next? (3DS, Dev, Nintendo, Nintendo DS, The Legend of Zelda, Wii, Wii U)

sway_z  +   877d ago
The 'Real' Zelda game is going to be absolutely amazing for Wii U owners...

But this and a few other titles e.g. Mario, The real Wii U Mario) will be the only stand out titles the Wii U will be remembered for ....

Wii U owners claim they can get by on only Nintendo's 1st party games, and they will be happy...that's when you know a company truly has U!
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daboosa  +   877d ago
Or maybe they create proper games rather than 10 hour visual master pieces with no depth!!!
Gr81  +   876d ago
I'm actually
At the point where Zelda games are no longer the gold standard in gaming. I'm amazed Wind Waker and now Skyward Sword are held in such high esteem by the majority of forum dwellers.

The Puzzle-Thon Adventures are beyond tired at this point. The quirky artsyles are annoying and childish. And the attempt at Story telling is amateurish at best.

The Wind Waker HD edition is a sign of where Aonuma wants to take the series, against better judgement. The E3 Demo Trailer looks way more appealing.

In any case, the Zelda Franchise is like Simba, it has forgotten who it is. Unfortunate, because the Zelda games from NES/SNES/Gameboy to OoT were legendary. Twilight Princess was very good as well.

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