In a recent interview Nintendo talk about the Zelda timeline, Zelda Skyward Sword and just all things Zelda for the 25th anniversary
I was pretty bugged when the realization came that the demo would most likely not reflect anything planned for Wii U :/
Yeh, but hopefully that means that what they do have planned is even better :)
either way hoping though graphics arent important but that we get something that looks like that for a zelda game now im not all batshit crazy on graphics but since they said themselves they want to bring back the hardcore gamers they should use that kind of graphic since i understand most want something like that so nintendo don't toonify zelda till after a couple of years :P lol
So... irrationally... stoked. Oh, and you folks might know... I saw something yesterday - Ougon no Kizuna. I had never heard of it, and can't find any information on it at all. Anyone know anything?
As long as this Wii U version of Zelda won't have me launching my controller at the screen, I'll be satisfied.
its the opposite for me, zelda is gonna feel dull after we leave wm+ and SS only to end up back with standard controls...
sooo... we're going to visit familiar places on SS... that's not particulary on hyrule... are they talking about something from MM? if they put termina town on SS i will cry... really...
That would be in Termina. XD Where is that from hyrule anyways.
I think that it is a mistake not to release an official timeline in some form. What better way to help sell all those Zelda ports/remakes, and celebrate the 25th anniversary. well anyways, here's my timeline... SKYWARD SWORD - OCARINA OF TIME (timeline split occurs after events of Ocarina of Time creating 2 universes) a) Ocarina of Time - Majora's Mask - Twilight Princess - A Link to the Past - Oracle of Ages/Seasons - Link's Awakening - The Legend of Zelda - The Adventure of Link b) Ocarina of Time - The Wind Waker - Phantom Hourglass - Spirit Tracks - The Minish Cap - Four Swords Adventures
lol wii in 2011 is a joke
I want it NOW
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