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What will Link be like in the "Zelda: Wii"

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TP was a gamecube game ported to the Wii to boost Wii sales.

Ninetendo still considered it zelda wii 1

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GoC.

Oh my gosh.

I want to kick your face with my fist. );

Nintendo didn't say anything about considering it Zelda Wii 1. That's why Zelda Wii is referred to as Zelda Wii.

You know how they made Sonic Heroes for the GameCube, Xbox, AND PS2? Well, what if they made a Sonic Heroes 2 for the Xbox? Would they call it Sonic Heroes GameCube 2? No. In fact, would you call it Sonic Heroes PS2 when it was on all three of those consoles? No.

The same thing applies here. Twilight Princess was originally for the GameCube and even though it was on the Wii, it was for multiple consoles. You can't call it Zelda Wii. |:

Also, Link had a backstory in OoT.

What are you talking about.

Sahaqiel

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IGN are the only ones calling it "Zelda Wii 2" as far as I know. That's not even its title though, because it will inevitably have a title that has everything to do with the plot. "Ocarina of Time" "Wind Waker" "Majora's Mask" "Twilight Princess (a little better)" =/

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Which is why IGN is slowly losing my respect each day.

Sahaqiel

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IGN lost my respect long ago.

anyone remember when Cassamasina "leaked" Kid Icarus Wii's announcement?

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Actually, I wouldn't mind a game with a misleading title for once.

Like, Zelda: Hound of Baskerville

and its about a dolphin from new jersey.

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Actually, I wouldn't mind a game with a misleading title for once.

The Legend of Zelda: Four "Swords"

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