Kotaku: "The breathtaking footage Nintendo showed today for its 2015 Wii U Zelda is real, a Nintendo rep tells me. I asked if it was pre-rendered. No, they said. It's in-engine."
Zelda + a open world like Skyrim, my body is ready.
Why compare it to skyrim? All the Zelda games have been open world.. :x
@Neixus In the 3D games and most of the overhead ones you're in an open world but you're on a set path most of the time, Eiji Aonuma said you can walk to the mountains in the background if you want which is why i compared it to the open world of Skyrim.
feels like being in a Hiyao Miyazaki film.
Ni No Kuni wants a word with you... but DANG I can't help but agree. It looks quite close to that colorful style.
smiling ear to ear
did you pull a joker move lol
The grass though... looks amazing, I would eat it.
I would smoke it.
And hopefully pass it too ;)
@mydying There is enough growing around link. Don't be that guy.
lol to all grass lovers!
Please let Nintendo stick with Wii Motion Plus (1:1) for this game, going back to more 'traditional' controls will feel for me a step backwards.
Agreed. Skyward Sword really ruined traditional controls for me.
Only the minority wants the Wii controls.
Sales numbers say something else
@LarZen Skyward Sword's sale numbers are good... but look at Twilight Princess'. By FAR the best selling Zelda game, and it has the epitome of traditional Zelda all over it.
The sales numbers dont really represent the love for the motion+ controls. It is still a Zelda, most will buy it because of that, even if they dont like motion+.
https://www.youtube.com/wat... Satisfy everyone.
Ugh, motion controls. Please NO! Can't we just go back to playing games the way God intended!?
God intended no gamepad controls or any of that. What a dumb comment.
I'd suggest that if we're going to start taking "God intended" comments seriously we might as well realize that there's no evidence to back up either of our statements. I stand by the basic premise of my supposedly dumb comment which is that motion controls suck. Zelda games have been amazing for generations without requiring waggle and flailing.
Then dont say, the way god intended.
@Chrischi1988 It's a colloquialism. It's not meant to be serious. It's just a way of intimating that something is unnatural.
I enjoyed the motion controls in skyward sword...but I wished I could plug in a classic conteoller the whole time ya know.
In other words defeating the entire point of what made Skyward Sword so good...you cant have both. Either you have a game built with Motion Controls (Plus) at its core or you go back to more 'traditional' methods, personally I will feel a massive sense of disappointment should the latter happen.
@higgins I liked the motion controls... I didnt have any problem with them. I thought they were great. Just flicking and jolting wasnt the zelda Im used to. Not that its bad at all. More wii twilight princess I wish wouldve had classic controller support. Skyward sword became one of my favorites. I may have worded it wrong... I guess.
I personally want classic controls, but I hope they let you toggle in motion controls as an option for fans like yourself. :)
Looking at all of the control schemes for Smash Bros.- makes me believe that Nintendo will have at least 3 ways to play the New Zelda and 5 controller options. IMO- I will use Motion Controls. I can't even finish TP because TP-Link feels so sluggish compares to SS-Link. SS ruined me for all other (known) control-schemes.
Could not have put it better. Playing any Zelda after Skyward Swords innovative control set-up feels archaic in comparison.
The trolls are scared now
"It's Cel-shaded like SS/WW, it's not the Tech Demo" Still looks amazing, and is a year away so it s by release
Those fake Zelda fans will say that... (sad) Enjoy the game and its Open-World, be happy!