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Submitted by Pozzle 1011d ago | opinion piece

5 Things Zelda U Should Inherit from The Legend of Zelda (NES)

ZI writes: The Legend of Zelda will forever be remembered as the launch pad for a now legendary series. It was this free and open world with lots of live action to the point that many had never experienced anything like it before. It was difficult, but not so difficult it was impassable. It had hidden items, hidden rooms, upgrades… it was really a game perfectly suited for the mid 80’s.

Zelda U is coming, and it’s coming at some point in the next… three years? I think that’s a rather safe time table, and as such it’s time to see what aspects it should simply inherit from the very first game released in its native series. (Retro, The Legend of Zelda, Wii U)

lilbroRx  +   1011d ago
Nothing. Zelda for the Wii U should be original and creative like usual.

The only thing I want to still see are a sword, Link and Princess Zelda.

From there, I would rather Nintendo be as original and creative as possible.
PopRocks359  +   1011d ago
"Bububububut Zelda's the same game over and over herdiduurrrrr!"

In all seriousness I agree. The new game should do new things and make its own conventions as oppose to borrowing them from past games. The whole reason the new 3DS game is the way it is is because it is set in the same universe (possibly a sequel or prequel) to A Link to the Past.
BosSSyndrome  +   1011d ago
It's a sequel.

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