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5 minutes of Legend of Zelda 3DS footage

Yes yes, I know we’re not dedicated to the 3DS, but many of you have been hoping for this release for a long time now. Game Radar recently got to sit down and demo the new Legend of Zelda 3DS title coming later this fall and this is 5 minutes of footage of the game. It’s truly amazing to see the graphic style of A Link to the Past wonderfully recreated and this, along with Wind Waker HD coming in the fall will certainly be a great present from Nintendo until the newest Wii U title is ready.

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  • Bob Brochee

    Eh… I would rather have the huge, open world Zelda game that they are working on for the Wii U…

    • Bob Brochee

      Cannot believe that I got a thumbs down for wanting a huge open-world Zelda game. You people must be in your teens or tweens or something…

      http://wiiudaily.com/2012/09/wii-u-zelda-game-coming-2014/

      • Laud

        They thumbs you down because you don’t seem to understand that you can’t have things NOW.

        Have some patience.

        Also, what Zelda doesn’t have an open-world? Even the first one came with a small map because you would get lost lol.

        • Flamingoathere

          “huge” open world. He also didn’t say he needed it now, just that he would rather have that than this game.

          • Laud

            That’s fine, but I don’t see the point in stating that when we all know Nintendo isn’t going to go:

            “Well damn. Bob doesn’t want Lttp, cancel the project we gotta put all our resources on Zelda U.”

          • Flamingoathere

            You are majorly overreacting. He never said that he wanted or expected Nintendo to stop making this too. It’s a shame someone can’t have an opinion without people like you putting words in their mouth.

          • Bob Brochee

            You’re a pinhead. I was not demanding anything or being presumptuous or wanting my own needs filled. I was just stating a thought that came into my mind after I watched the video. I based the statement off of the article from wiiudaily that was posted back in 2012 stating they are making a huge open world Zelda game. Hope that clears it up for you.

            Here is the link again in case you missed it:

            http://wiiudaily.com/2012/09/wii-u-zelda-game-coming-2014/

    • Vinicius

      Which Zelda doesn’t have a huge open world?

      • Bob Brochee

        None of them have huge open worlds, lol. they have open worlds but are not even close to being huge by any means…

        • Guest

          I want a Zelda game that I will put 200-300 hours or more into… that kind of huge open world game… no zelda offers even close to that. only one that even came close (for me anyway) was majora’s mask and that is getting every last little thing you can get…

          • Nobody

            Well, in that case you may as well get GTA or something similar. Zelda games are always great single player games that you beat once or twice and then revisit a few years later. Once you uncover everything and there isn’t much, you’ll put it away.

          • Bob Brochee

            What does GTA have to do with anything? That is a terrible example to give. The games are not even close to being in the same genre. Sorry, I am not one for raping and killing prostitutes and civilians. I find my joys in gaming elsewhere like battling Gannon or other fools like Bowser. Eldar Scrolls probably would have been a more suitable choice as an example. Either way, this Zelda game is going to be different. They said hundreds of hours of gameplay so let us hope!

          • Nobody

            GTA is an open ended game, one that you can pour hours into easily. And while GTA counts as a “sandbox game”, it’s pretty much an action-adventure very much like Zelda is. They just handle things differently.

            Also, if you think GTA is all killing and sex, then you haven’t played much of GTA at all. The amount of raw content in just San Andreas alone dwarfs games like Majora’s Mask and Wind Waker. I feel GTA is a very valid example because that open ended gameplay is what made the first Zelda so good.

          • Bob Brochee

            GTA and Zelda are nowhere NEAR being the same type of games. You have to be the biggest fool in the world with no gaming experience whatsoever to make a statement like that and yes, GTA is all about drugs, sex, stealing and murder. That is it. You are a desensitized degenerate if you think otherwise…

          • Nobody

            Actually, they are pretty close in terms of gamplay. The big difference is how they handle the content. Zelda, especially now, has a large part of the game play divided between mazes/temples/dungeons and this is because of their stories of a boy who must collect special items, often in a certain order to each the end game position, it is a legend after all. Compared to GTA’s approach, which often is trying to recreate real life and the setting does affect this. Instead of Link fighting Tolkien inspired beasts, you have someone like CJ trying get get money or maybe trying to get the Grove back on the map or whatever and you can do all of this in just about any order or just not care about the story part of the game.

            Sure, the combat is different due to different weapons and enemies, and the settings are totally different, but on a strict gameplay viewpoint, they are very similar in design, even when you start to factor in where the two series break apart. I think you are mistaking literary genre for gameplay.

            And finally, no, GTA is more than drugs, sex, stealing, and murder. It’s much deeper than that. I would say you don’t have much gaming experience if that is how you feel about a very good gaming series.

          • Alex Correa

            there nothing alike its called free roaming alot of games have that

          • jay

            I don’t wanna play an adventure for 200+ hrs.

            You should play Pokemon for that.

          • Flamingoathere

            What pokemon adventure takes 200+ hours? I suppose you could try to complete the pokedex, but that’s not an adventure, it’s a chore. The scripted stories and events take up around 60 hours.

          • CTRAINGAMER

            If you know what you’re doing, you can beat Majora’s Mask in 1 to 2 days. My friend and I do this thing where we take turns watching each other play through a game that the other hasn’t played. One weekend, I played through Majora’s Mask while he watched and I got everything in the game except all the heart pieces, within about a day and a half. I didn’t get all the heart pieces but I did get most of them. And yes, I collected every stray fairy in every dungeon. You just have to know what your doing…All that being said, I played Majora’s Mask for hours on end prior to that weekend (by prior I mean for years growing up) just because I like to explore the many Zelda games for no reason other then to explore. :p

          • Dominic Coradazzi

            Damn, for a second I thought you meant days as in Majora’s Mask days

          • Tim van Broekhoven

            I played ocarina for about 200 hours… xD

          • Alex Correa

            really i played final fantasy 7 for 80 hours and did and got everything you must not get boerd of things quickly

          • Tim van Broekhoven

            But final fantasy is not zelda

        • jay

          That’s an OPINION dude. To many, Zelda has Huge open worlds.

    • jay

      Who said they were replacing it??

      It’s coming sheesh patience. You want “HUGE” but you want it NOW.

      • Flamingoathere

        Did he edit his comment? Because I don’t see him saying they were replacing it, or that he wanted it now… Overreacting?

        • Bob Brochee

          No I did not edit my comment and I appreciate you sticking up for me but I can handle this twit, lol…

          • jay

            “I would rather have the huge, open world Zelda game”

            It’s coming. You don’t have to buy this one, Nintendo didn’t push the other to the side(obviously). Name calling won’t save your ignorance :(

            Your comment was made this week. Do the math. why the hell do I ALWAYS gotta spell out the obvious to you people. Sheesh.

      • Bob Brochee

        Who said what about replacing what? You people are just making BS up now… Putting whole entire statements into my mouth that I did not type. Go away and be stupid somewhere else…

  • https://www.facebook.com/BlueLightningTechnicalServices Bob Wilkerson

    Almost makes me want to get a 3DS

    • Nintedward

      The 3DS already has many games that should make any sensible gamer want to own the system. This is just one more reason.

      • jjmesa14

        Agreed. With games like Luigi’s Mansion 2, Mario World 3D, Paper Mario: Sticker Star, and many other great 1st and 3rd party games the 3DS is a worthy pickup. With Animal Crossing and Zelda coming out in the next few months the 3DS is a must have for any gamer.

      • https://www.facebook.com/BlueLightningTechnicalServices Bob Wilkerson

        I have been tempted to pick it up.. I have a DSiXL but I rarely play it. I think it all comes down to time and I have many games to play now that I have a hard time finding the time to play. My comment was not meant as a disrespect to Nintendo or the 3DS but I suspect my downvotes are from the trolls that troll this forum.

        • Nintedward

          Oh I know :) I didn’t see any disrespect in your comment bro , I was just saying! Mario 3D land , Mario Kart 7 , Ocarina 3D , Kid icarus , Revelations , Fire emblem , Luigi’s Mansion 2 , etc etc etc. You see , I’m just saying it has tons of awesome games :)

  • https://twitter.com/Zorpix_Fang Zorpix

    I could definitely get behind a revamp of these older style zelda games. Tried playing zelda one. It was too old for me. I couldnt do it, and I’m ashamed to admit it. But this looks awesome.

    • jay

      The original Zelda is brutal. It doesn’t hold your hand or give you ANY hints. its %100 discovery. The newer ones are a little too easy sometimes and the path is too clear.

      • that guy

        only thing i can say in opposition to the paths being to clear is… water temples.

    • greengecko007

      Agree with you 100%. I could never get into the first 2 Zeldas, especially the original. They just dump you in the world without story, cause, or any direction. Would love to see a remake of the Zeldas that actually need them.

      • https://twitter.com/Zorpix_Fang Zorpix

        Yeah, like, there’s all this supposed backstory to the first one, but I’d love to see it implemented in some fashion :)

        • Alec Rowson

          That would be cool to see Zelda 1 like they did Metroid Zero Mission, where it was essentially the same game as the original, but with more story setup and context and things like that because it was made on a newer system.

  • Andres

    OMG I LOVE IT!! MY FIRST ZELDA GAME WAS LINK TO THE PAST!! ITS WHY IM SUCH A FAN!! I AM REALLY CONSIDERING TO BUY A 3DS

  • Ryan Dugger

    Paper Zelda.

  • http://www.facebook.com/donovan.lewis.927 Donovan Lewis

    Oke now am i going to replace my old DS (fat) for a 3DS :P

    • http://www.facebook.com/eric.degrechie.3 Eric DeGrechie

      You may as well hang on to your old DS. You won’t get a lot of money for it used and it plays GBA games.

      • Destructonator101

        But if u have GBA games then u have a GBA. So then u don’t need a DS/DSlite.

        • Tim van Broekhoven

          Or you got a ds lite and bought gba games to play on your ds like me. Then it wouldn’t be wise to sell your old ds.

      • http://www.facebook.com/donovan.lewis.927 Donovan Lewis

        But i also have by GBA for that :) but i will definitely keep my my fat ds ;)

  • Linskarmo

    Looks rather fun. I assumed they would make a game of the newer style, but this looks interesting too.

  • http://people.ign.com/returnofthetruth2 ReturnoftheTruth2

    Same old games, same old play mechanics. Nintendo just reproduces, but never takes it to the next level or modern times.

    • Bob Brochee
    • Nobody

      How would you feel if Nintendo made a FPS game to compete with CoD or Halo? Do you think they have what it takes?

      They were almost on a goldmine with Link’s Crossbow Training…

      • http://people.ign.com/returnofthetruth2 ReturnoftheTruth2

        How about just doing something different for a change?

        • jay

          Dual Screen gaming, D Pad, Structured Narratives, Secrets in gaming, Save files, Shoulder buttons, 4-Player ports, Analog stick, 3D environments, Force Feedback, Trigger buttons, Minigame genre, Wireless Controllers, Wii Sports, Motion Control, Miis, Wii Remote/Nunchuck, Balance Board, The Fitness genre, Touchscreen games, Nintendogs, Brain Age, No-Glasses 3D, Wii U, NintendoLand. etc.

          Where the fuck have you been the last 2 decades?!!!?!?!

          • http://people.ign.com/returnofthetruth2 ReturnoftheTruth2

            That last line is what I ask about Nintendo and their systems and games! Too much talking about what DID while doing nothing new now. How many times must they release the same games?

          • Dominic Coradazzi

            Um, different would be Majora’s Mask and Wind Waker

          • jay

            You didn’t read the whole comment did you? 2012’s innovations are there. You also said “That last line is what I ask about Nintendo and their systems and games!”……. Ummmm %90 of the innovations mentioned were in the last 2 decades. Irony?

            You’re beyond repair….

      • jay

        He would probably say “Finnly Nintendo do something Different yo!”

        P.S. Nintendo overlooked Goldeneye and PErfect Dark. The pioneers of the FPS genre.

      • DragonSilths

        Metroid on Wii U with multiplayer could easily compete with Halo.

      • greengecko007

        Are we comparing CoD and Halo to Link’s Crossbow Training?

        Link’s Crossbow Training

        -No story
        -No multiplayer
        -No game mode variety

        Slapping a Nintendo character on an FPS does not make it good, or even close to a goldmine.

        • Nobody

          I said close to a goldmine because Nintendo didn’t make that into a full blown game. And it doesn’t even have to be Zelda. I used that game because it proves Nintendo is more than capable of making a good shooter.

          • greengecko007

            But it’s NOT a good shooter, not even close, for the reasons mentioned above. The games everybody on this website trashes like CoD and Halo both have these features. If CoD and Halo have it, it should be standard right?

          • Nobody

            What part of “Nintendo didn’t make that into a full blown game” did you miss?

          • greengecko007

            What part of “if it’s not a full blown game, it can’t be even close to a goldmine” are you not getting? There is literally nothing special about Link’s Crossbow Training, other than the fact that is uses a popular Nintendo franchise as a cover. In no way does it show that Nintendo is capable of making high quality first person shooter games.

          • Nobody

            Not saying that the game is high quality, but considering it was basically a throwaway game, it was good. It could have easily been crappy shovelware. I would be using the game as an example as Nintendo needing to branch out even if it didn’t use a Nintendo character. Sadly, it’s the only game as of late that is a shooter that Nintendo has made.

            Yes, there is little to LCT, but it shows potential.

    • Dylan

      That’s not true at all. While there are plenty of games where Nintendo basically keeps the core of the game intact (Zelda is very much one of those; the only times they made a major change is in the move to 3D and in the move to Wii controls), there are also plenty of games where they really change things (like Metroid Prime, Mario Sunshine, and Mario Galaxy). Even when Nintendo isn’t mixing things up dramatically, they generally do a far better job at making the game unique than the majority of franchises in the video game industry (like Call of Duty).

      • http://people.ign.com/returnofthetruth2 ReturnoftheTruth2

        So the bottom line is – you agree with me but you just had to put spin on it. You guys also have to stop picking on the leaders in consoles and games, you sound like jilted lovers.

        • Dylan

          No, I don’t agree with you, simply because of your use of the word “never.” That is an absolute word. When you use a word like that, you’re saying that something occurs EVERY time it possibly can happen without fail. To say that Nintendo NEVER brings games “to the next level” or “modern times” is simply not true. It’s kind of amazing anyone can even think that of Nintendo considering how much they’ve contributed to their industry (arguably more than anyone else).

          You are also assuming that I think it’s wrong for a game to be more iterative than revolutionary. The fact that I like Zelda games is clearly proof of the contrary. In fact, I listed Call of Duty as an example of a successful franchise that hasn’t changed conceptually at all from day one, like many other successful franchises. My point was not to suggest that Call of Duty is inferior, but to point out that if Call of Duty can be as successful as it is with annual releases and not once chaning any of it’s core concepts, how can you possibly level that lack of change as a complaint against Nintendo.

          Additionally, in many of their series (but not all), even when Nintendo isn’t ‘reinventing the wheel,’ they are very good at altering the mechanics in such a way that each title is very unique as a game; whereas most developers give you almost exactly the same game, but the only differenciating factors that drive player intrest are plot and graphics (generally not art style).

          • http://people.ign.com/returnofthetruth2 ReturnoftheTruth2

            COD is a WAR game. They will make war scenarios. Mario and Zelda are fantasy games – so the sky is the limit! Sadly, with Nintendo, the top of the tree is the limit. They could break the mold but I don’t think they know how to so they stick with the old time formula. It’s over for them. At least for the Wii U.
            You guys LOVE staying in the past. When forced to face reality of Nintendo being played out, you then talk about what they DID and what others would not be able to do toady if it were not for Nintendo. Sega did a hell of a lot too – but I don’t hear you talking about them or any other defunct company. I don’t hear you talking about Thomas Edison making electricity possible. I don’t hear you talk about Zenith with TV’s. How far back do you want to go? Nintendo did not start gaming and they are NOT the best thing in gaming! The 80’s have been long over my man. It’s time to get with the times, and the times are not with Nintendo.

          • Dylan

            OK. Let’s talk about Mario and Zelda. What exactly is supposed to change? The mechanics? Core gameplay? Evironment? Plot? Art style? Graphical fidelity? I’m curious as to what you mean more specifically. I can see how one might be dissapointed by recent Nintendo efforts in some regards but not so much in others.

          • http://people.ign.com/returnofthetruth2 ReturnoftheTruth2

            No need to talk about it. If Nintendo wants my valuable information, Nintendo can pay my consulting fees. I cannot supply valuable corporate information so others can get paid lovely while I don’t. That is a poor business decision. We all know that Nintendo is about profit right?

          • greengecko007

            You had a really strong point, but lost a lot of credibility here

            “In fact, I listed Call of Duty as an example of a successful franchise that hasn’t changed conceptually at all from day one”

            The biggest thing about CoD now is the multiplayer, it’s what the devs know people buy the game for. Funny enough, the biggest draw to CoD 1 was it’s campaign, which featured multiple perspectives from soldiers. Not to mention the variety of themes of the CoD games, (present versus futuristic warfare). To say that CoD hasn’t changed conceptually since the first game is very innaccurate.

    • http://www.facebook.com/ryan.carrillo.14 Ryan Carrillo

      your right I forgot that sony and microsoft never do that with halo, uncharted, god of war, hmmmmm

    • jay

      This is waaay NEXT LEVEL. I tripped when I first saw the drawing link walk across walls!! I’ve never seen that in my 25 years of gaming!!

    • Javy G

      Seriously! Do you have any games that you like? …and which one(s)?

    • jay

      Betcha kant wait for Call of Duty Black Ops Modern Warfare 3!!! OR GTA 5!!

      • http://people.ign.com/returnofthetruth2 ReturnoftheTruth2

        Yep! At least GTA 5 won’t look and play like GTA 1!

        • Ace J

          this game definitely does not look or play like the original legend of zelda

        • [000]

          Yes it will. It’ll just do it with better visuals.

          • http://people.ign.com/returnofthetruth2 ReturnoftheTruth2

            See, you guys reveal yourselves with the lies that you cannot even keep track of them. You know damned well that GTA V looks nothing like 1. Nintendo is the only company that gives you remakes of games on a consistent basis. They still fail to realize why no one is interested in them or it’s Wii U.

          • Dylan

            GTA 5 may look better and control smoother, but it’s very much the same GAME with the same core mechanics, contexts, goals, and environments. It hasn’t changed as much as you think it has, and there’s nothing wrong with that.

          • http://people.ign.com/returnofthetruth2 ReturnoftheTruth2

            How do you know it has smoother control? Did you get an advanced copy? GTA is never the same game which is why people love it. The environment is the game, not the characters. You can do practically what you want to do in the game which is why it is endless fun. Restricted games have restricted fun.
            The problem with you guys is that you want to convince the majority of gamers that old-time Nintendo should be our choice over what we prefer to have – what’s out now. If we wanted repetitive cartoon type games, we would go with Nintendo. Those types of games are played out just like fighting games. Nintendo made great games based on the hardware/technology of the day (80’s) and did it very well. As the 3D world came about, they and other Japanese publishers fell off big time. They can’t hang now and their titles look silly and old.

    • Ace J

      same old troll, same old comments. when are you going to say something new for a change?

  • Dylan

    I didn’t initially think I’d be too interested in this when I first heard about it, but watching this and other videos, I think this is pretty cool! The way they are really using 3D is nice, and they seem to be really nailing the sound and music. I’m really looking forward to this.

  • http://www.facebook.com/ryan.carrillo.14 Ryan Carrillo

    I have the zelda 3ds but I really want a 3ds xl haha

  • Link Slayer

    I am so happy! But I didnt see Wind Waker HD on the list of Wii U games coming this year. That list is fake or we wont get Wind Waker HD this year. I hope we get both! Ive beat two Zelda games this year. TP and SS and I dont think I will ever get tired of Zelda. Two more this year would be great!

    • JumpMan

      Nintendo said in a Nintendo Direct earlier this year that Wind Waker for Wii U will be out “this holiday season” which means by Christmas… so this AND Wind Waker are coming out very near each other… IM PUMPED!!

      • Link Slayer

        if they came out the same day i would buy them lol. I’m going to have to buy another 3ds i traded my for a vita big mistake. I got mad because of the xl but what i should have done was got an xl instead.

  • Diaz

    this is so precious!!!!

  • Sdudyoy

    That’s not an magic bar, It looks like a energy bar like in Skyward sword, I know I’m pointing out the obvious.

    • Linskarmo

      It could be multi-purpose. It does appear to have a stamina function, but maybe it’s used by magic as well.

    • Jay

      Could be an energy/stamina bar, but because it only goes down when using items that might be using magic, it is likely to be a refilling magic bar. Turning into the wall painting definitely would use magic, the hammer in LTTP didn’t USE magic, but was the “magic hammer” and maybe instead of finding arrows, you are using magic arrows. It seems like an energy bar/stamina bar, because it automatically refills, but, like Linskarmo says, it could be dual function, and you don’t have to pick up magic bottles/pouches to refill it… guess we’ll eventually find out.

    • Silent

      That is obviously for the drawing magic. You have limited time when you turn into a drawing.

  • Only a few are true gamers

    I want this game and glad they chose to do this over another zelda game

  • ChiwawaBoi

    im not really feeling this zelda game. i’ll just wait for wwHD and zelda U.

  • http://www.mpt-online.eu/ Sylux

    Looks like my 3DSxl purchase December last year has been worth it every euro, so far got me one game every month as I can’t afford 2 a month, but still to obtain MH3U, Kingdom Hearts and many others added to the “to obtain” list Bravely Default and this Zelda for sure. For me WW HD is no must have, I have the original and just not to font on it so I’ll skip that when I get a WiiU soon.

    I’ll deal with this Zelda game instead of WW HD until the real “new” Wii U Zelda comes late 2014. Nostalgic sound, graphics and tunes I’m already in love with this “the Legend of Zelda: the mystical airbrush” as I would call it from now on xD

  • Dominic Coradazzi

    Well it’s time to get a 3DS
    too many system sellers on it now, I can’t resist

  • greengecko007

    Hmm, this still doesn’t clear a lot of things up. Despite being labled as a new game, this looks A LOT like A Link to the Past, not like a sequel. The music is the same, just largely enhanced. Going by the number of hearts, this appears to be the 3rd dungeon in the game. The Mountain Tower in ALTTP, which looks like the dungeon in the video, ,is also the third dungeon in the game. They even reused the boss Moldorm. The only thing different is the dungeon design, which may have been altered for use of the hammer, since the moon pearl, which you got in the original game, wasn’t much of an item.

    The walking on the walls was cool, but I’m not sure how I feel about the stamina bar. I’d much rather be packing 99 arrows…

    • Dominic Coradazzi

      Well Reggie said it takes place in the same world as ALttP, it’s relatively different here and there but there’s gonna be similarities (think of the Oracle games, they look very similiar and play similar and are connected, but they’re not even close to being the same game)

      • greengecko007

        The Oracles games are probably not a good example. They aren’t direct sequels, but rather two games released simultaneously, and don’t use the same world.

        I know it’s a new game in the same world, but none of the other games in the Zelda series have direct sequels with the same dungeons, music, and bosses. The similarities between ALTTP and this sequel are too much. There are some differences, but they end up getting overshadowed.

        • Alec Rowson

          In the Nintendo Direct broadcast they literally stated that they were all-new dungeons… so rest easy on that. It makes sense that there would be design similarities in the dungeons being a direct sequel in the same world, but they are actually new dungeons.

  • Silent

    Great, a guy in a rating website gets a demo of the game but we dont.

  • Tim van Broekhoven

    Nintendomination has a 13 min long video, with really clear and direct sound, you should check it out (;

  • Vextrum

    This video is private! >c<

  • Flamingoathere

    This looks interesting, and I like A Link to the Past.

  • Iceman

    Aw come on, the footage is private now!

  • Pikachief

    9:30 min video of someone playing through the new Tower of Hera. If there’s a new version of every old dungeon, that would be really really cool. Well for me being a huge ALttP fan. For others, that sounds lazy. I’m excited.

  • Johny

    private video ? >.>

  • brian murphy

    ashley the video says private now did someone lock it out same thing on youtube

  • brian murphy

    take dragons dogma throw in link thats what i want call it the new adventures of link

  • Alex Correa

    is it just me or would some other zelda fans prefer a 3d game ive waited to long for a game that rivals oot/mm skyward sword was great but i want real graphics oot/mm were the best looking games back then

    • Arthur Jarret

      Nope, 2D zelda is best. No-one wants or needs another 3D zelda.

      (Goes back to playing Skyward sword again)

      • Alex Correa

        thats a hardcore opinion. but ocarina of time is one of the best games of all time literally even if you dont like it you heard of it and was the first 3d zelda so i have to disagree and no i havent played any 2d zelda game besides a link and what i meant to say was they shouldve remade a link like ocarina i thought it would be cool to see a 2d world in 3rd person 3d

        • Arthur Jarret

          I like both, really. Can’t wait for it – and we’ll get our 3D zelda on Wii U.

          I just hope they will do the same as they did for the first link to the past on the GBA remake: and that’s to add an awesome multiplayer mode (four swords ftw)

          • Alex Correa

            Yea and this time the multiplayer will actually be used because of wifi