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Submitted by TheSanchezDavid 934d ago | opinion piece

7 studios we'd like to see develop Zelda on the Wii U

GameZone: "The Legend of Zelda is one of the most recognizable names in all of video games. It is easily one of Nintendo’s biggest brands, if not the absolute biggest. Regarding a new adventure, the company stated that it’s looking into new ways to reinvent the series. Perhaps what Zelda needs is some new blood at the helm." (From Software, Mistwalker, Monolith Soft, Nintendo, PlatinumGames, Retro Studios, Team Ninja, The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker, Vigil Games, Wii U)

Starfox17  +   934d ago
It doesn't matter because who ever Nintendo choose they will over see the project and let Nintendo club de bug it ect.
RTheRebel  +   934d ago
Team Ninja!!! You have to be smoking something lol
ElectricKaibutsu  +   934d ago
LOL that was my thought too. The rest of the list wasn't so bad, though I think I'd rather Nintendo EAD handle it as usual.

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