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im just happy for another zelda game lol.

(btw OSM, dont I know you?!)

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If you go to ZFGC, then yeah. You most likely do. XD

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dont tell me you dont remember ZServ. :(

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dont tell me you dont remember ZServ. :(

Of course I remember you. XD

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Did I miss something? :lol:

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I can't wait for it to come out!

But i'm still a bit worried, what do they mean by: "Shigeru Miyamoto has stated that Twilight Princess will be "without a doubt, the last Zelda game as you know it in its present form''

Do they mean that the controls and gameplay will be totally different? I think that would be cool!

Or.. do they mean that.. they ehm... quit making zelda games the way the other great zelda's have been made?

I think i'm just a little paranoia.. but i'm so scared that, nintendo stops making zelda games the way they made the other zelda's..

And I'm not talking about the controls (because i think a zelda with full wii remote control sounds cool) I'm talking about the legend, the triforce.. that stuff..

I just want your opinions about this, what do you think they mean by that?

Thank you.. :)

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They won't change the formula because it works. However, the controls are a different story. I wouldn't be suprised if the next game relys completely on the wii motion sensing. Like when link is dangling off a cliff, you lift up on the remote to pull him up. Direction of his vehicle, be it boat or something else, will be with the remote. Just laying some possibilities on the line here.

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The first Zelda game exclusive to the wii. Sounds nice. I'd like to see the Wii's graphics at their best.

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Yeah that's another thing, graphics. I don't think Twilight Princess put out all the wii's graphics had to offer, it put out all the gamecube's graphics had to offer. Maybe, just maybe, the wii can support better graphics than Twilight Princess. Also, they might be able to fix where Link's hat phazes through his sword. :D

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I'm hoping to god the next Wii Zelda is cel shaded. I wanna see a grown up wind waker Link soooo bad.

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That would be awsome. But I want to see the flood in the next game.

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Posted

huh?

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That would be awsome. But I want to see the flood in the next game.

What do you mean by the flood, aren't they enemies from Halo or something.

But anyway I really hope that the next Zelda game on the Wii isn't cell shaded.

I almost never played WW because of the cartoonish graphics, and that's saying something. I'm a huge Zelda fan.

Also I agree with the person from the last page. The thought that the Zelda series might coming to a close is a huge worry for me, and i'm sure many other people also.

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Posted

i heard they are making a new zelda game for the wii

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i heard they are making a new zelda game for the wii

I know that they are making another game for the Wii.

What I meant was that the Zelda series as a whole is likely drawing to a close.

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