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Submitted by Pozzle 715d ago | opinion piece

Would You Enjoy a Zelda Game that Ends on a Cliff Hanger?

Imagine a Zelda game that didn't come to its ultimate conclusion at the very end. Imagine, instead, the game hinted heavily that there is more to come, and that a second, third, maybe even a fourth game is needed to complete the tale? (I honestly feel that two games is probably enough for me) Imagine, if you would, that you're facing off against Ganondorf, but something strange happens. The Triforce explodes... or inexplicably, Link loses, and gets casts off, to a faraway land, banished to a dungeon, or something else of that nature. (Culture, The Legend of Zelda)

Rushing_Punch  +   716d ago
If it didn't have stupid gimmicky gameplay
kirbyu  +   714d ago
This is a good idea. I'd also like to see the Wii U Zelda game to feature the Link from Zelda 1 & 2.

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