A look back at the older art style of past Legend of Zelda titles.
Who knows. But my guess is because the weaker hardware capabilities going with a more cartoonish style probably looks better, its cheaper to do, and appeals to kids more.
They moved on from pixel art I guess. That said, Link Between Worlds looks great though.
The art style has changed every game.
I can only hope they change the art style after BotW2 I wasn’t keen on WW at first but it grew on me after playing the game, I can’t say the same for SS or BotW The Wii U tech demo Looked amazing so I’d like to see what Nintendo could do with something like that.
I want that Wii U-tech-Demo-looking Zelda Game too. Badly.
I want to know where is the collector's edition for the switch ? 😁I find it odd there is none.
You mean Windwaker and Twilight Princess HD versions? have patience, I'm certain it will come soon.
Yes I want them to, to play again :D
99% of indie games have it, it’s fine
I don't play Zelda but i prefer Twilight Princess's art than the other Zeldas.
I don't think the cell shaded artsyle is going away anytime soon, there reasons for that are pretty simple really, * Less hardware resources - We know Nintendo focuses on gameplay and "ways to be fun" more than hardware power, so this artstyle pretty much helps into save the hardware resources isntead of making a game like cyberpunk 2077 that visua are 70% and the rest is gameplay. * It ages well overtime - This I can give faith to. I remember Windwaker artsyle was ugh for me but like some poeple have said, it grows on you, fast foward 2015 the Windwaker HD came and even without the upscaling for the HD version on the Wii U the game still looked great, which really gives the testament that cell shaded games age well through time....now that Skyward Sword is coming somebody made a difference comparison bewtten the Wii Version and the HDD version and same situation with tghe Windwaker imo. So I think It's fine, they can keep the artsyle. We are used to it anyways.
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