Zelda was absent from this year's E3 event, but Shigeru Miyamoto has just revealed art for the next game and more.
holy crap...that sounds amazing.
Best E3 Ever!!!
I was kinda dissapointed that Zelda (or Star Fox, or Pikmin) wasn't shown. Now I have to wait another year before I see it. Shame that I never saw Pikmin 3. Or will be able to play another Zelda game until late 2010. At this point I am fearful that the new Zelda game will be ported to Nintendo's next system like TP was.
they would probably just show pikmin in the fall conference they are going to have
I thought Nintendo had a good E3, I was a little sad to see no Zelda, Star Fox, F-Zero, Pikmin, ect. We got to see Metroid which was really cool. I gotta say though, they whored out Mario this year. 4 Games? Jeez, they all look fun in there own aspects but geez.
I have Mario this year along with The Conduit.Thats all I need.Thank you Sega,High Voltage,and Nintendo.
Timber or .... ? Ive seen a lot of Wii's on craigslist lately. Looks like the fad is over.. Now the clock starts ticking....
i saw lots of 360's and ps3's on craigslist in fact i bought my ps3 from there what does that mean for the ps3 and 360 then going by your logic?
I've really strayed away from Nintendo for a long time now (was a huge N64 fan) but recently they simply haven't given the core gamers what they want. They showed a few things today that interested me: * New Zelda for the DS (I have the previous one and it was great) * Metroid Other M (Looked great, I'm glad it's something fresh and not another Metroid game made off of the Prime engine) That's about it, everything else disinterested me. If and when Nintendo comes out with a new, worthwhile Zelda game for the Wii, that is when I will go out and buy one. As of right now, that is one of the only consoles I do not have, and I feel that by not buying it until they come out with a worthwhile game, I am letting Nintendo know that they need to satisfy us "core" / "active" gamers more than they do these "casual" or "maybe" gamers.
Way to ruin the surprise for next year.
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