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Submitted by NinexKnuckles 586d ago | news

Hero Mode and Swift Sail Mode Both Revealed for Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD

According to Polygon's recent hands-on session with The Legend of Zelda Wind Waker HD, the game will feature two new modes not found in the original Gamecube game. (The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD, Wii U)

AbortMission  +   586d ago
Oh man, so awesome. It's totally such a new game /s

Cmon Nintendo. Cut the price down to $20.
NinexKnuckles  +   586d ago
I'm confused as to where you got that this was supposed to be a whole new game? WW HD is a *remake*
Keeping at almost exactly the same, just updated, is sort of the point, isn't it?
AbortMission  +   586d ago
If that's the case, then why are they charging $10 more than the original? A few gimmicks are suppose to warrant that price?
Shnazzyone  +   585d ago
Actually it's a REMAKE and these are nice perks. It's one of the best LOZ games ever and this makes it better. I'm happy about all these changes.
jcnba28  +   586d ago
Oh so native 1080p 60fps is a gimmick then? Doubt you'd say the same thing if it was a PS4 game.
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AbortMission  +   585d ago
Lmao it's literally the SAME GAME.

Nintendo fanboys are so backwards sometimes lol..
NinexKnuckles  +   586d ago
Wait what? Really? They're charging $10 more because that's what games cost in the market these days. Yes, it's a remake. It's also remade for next-gen consoles. This means HD graphics, better framerates, etc etc. Its the same thing as if you were to take a N64 game or PS1 game and remake it for Gamecube or PS2. You wouldn't charge the same as the original game, you would charge whoever much it would be worth on the current/next generation.
Summons75  +   585d ago
10 bucks more because higher development costs because of a magical and evil thing called INFLATION. It's the reason why everything is more expensive versus ten years ago. Learn some economics or don't cry at all.
AsheXII  +   586d ago
Its cheaper than the original, plus all the enhancements in gameplay and visuals. Its worth the price.
DarkBlood  +   586d ago
yeah i remeber spotting it for 60 or so bucks upon its original release.
redonix76  +   585d ago
I remember paying $75 for Super Street Fighter II Turbo for the SNES when it first came out...kids now a days have no idea.
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