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Submitted by Wooderon 753d ago | opinion piece

Deciding a Future For: The Legend of Zelda

Being a huge fan of Nintendo, I've become conerend that some of my favourite gaming franchises are really struggling to keep it fresh. The past few games in the Legend of Zelda series have been pretty lacking, I talk about why the series seems to be struggling and a potential change that could get, me at least, invested in the series again. (3DS, GameCube, The Legend of Zelda, Wii, Wii U)

3-4-5  +   753d ago
I kind of agree, I guess I wouldn't mind seeing a different theme for the next LoZ game. Steampunk/cyberpunk Zelda ? or something else?
NukaCola  +   753d ago
Steampunk and more RPG driven would make me explode.
3-4-5  +   752d ago
They could continue the Spirit Tracks world and make it's evolution be Steampunk themed.

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