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Submitted by TheSanchezDavid 1129d ago | opinion piece

What's next for The Legend of Zelda?

GameZone's David Sanchez asks the question: "How does Nintendo manage to follow up one of the greatest Zelda games ever created?" (3DS, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, Wii, Wii U)

wingman32x  +   1129d ago
Zelda is at kind of a turning point. For the first time in a while, they have an opportunity to do something completely new. The current "era" is more or less over. They could theoretically put a game between SS and OoT, but the story arc looks pretty complete to me.

And with the Wii U coming out, it would be the perfect launching pad for a new beginning.
TheSanchezDavid  +   1129d ago
I can totally see that happening, and to be honest, I hope we see Zelda go in a completely different direction. It's a grand series, and with the Wii U's power, I can definitely see a much bigger adventure for Link down the road.

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