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Just Breathe: What We Know About Zelda Wii

It's time, especially with so many people pretty upset about not seeing a Zelda Wii trailer this year, that all the facts are summed up. Then, once that is done, Nathanial Rumphol-Janc will interject some words of wisdom to bring us back down to earth and reassure you all that yes: Nintendo is doing it right this time.

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DrRobotnik2973d ago

I hope they at least use most if not all of the wii's power to make this game beautiful and epic. And not focus to heavily on the motion control aspects of the game. TP was great. You could shoot arrows and fish with the wii mote. Awesome. But they can do so much more if they put there mind to it.

ChickeyCantor2973d ago

"And not focus to heavily on the motion control aspects of the game. TP was great. You could shoot arrows and fish with the wii mote. Awesome. But they can do so much more if they put there mind to it."

So they should? or should they not?

Make up your mind xD.

The whole game is being developed around motionplus, it was already confirmed so i guess there will be puzzles as well that need motion.

DrRobotnik2973d ago (Edited 2973d ago )

What I was trying to say was. I hope they make the next Zelda look like the best looking Wii game on the system. Instead of a gamecube game with tacked on motion controls. The Wii's processing power is slightly more stronger than it's predecessor. There should be no reason for Nintendo not to be innovative and show what the Wii can do, graphically. Motion controls are nice and all. But I'll take awesome graphics over motion controls. Hell, half the games I play on the wii I use the classic controller or game cube controller.

Main_Street_Saint2973d ago

Maybe someday this series will move forward and give us a new villain or maybe even some optional new looks for link or Zelda. I'll probably still play it but I really wish that the series would broaden it's horizons.