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Speaking of MMO, imagine if Nintendo used that Zelda world and turned it into a small scale Pokemon MMO.
It would be great if the option is there, but personally, while at times I really enjoyed it(SS Final Fight), other times it was really a pain(SS rolling and throwing things and flying.) I can't say much for TP as I have only played that on Gamecube. So I would personally prefer the gamepad, it would also be cool if they let it work with the GC controller like Smash Brothers. However, from the video, like the aiming in WW HD, You are able to aim with the gamepad as well, so that's a nice little touch.
I want this game, as long as they don't call it "Zelda U". I hate to see a game with the console's name like the new Super Smash Bros...
I think it's funny considering a lot of the Nintendo 64 games were named with the consoles name (Mario 64, Donkey Kong 64) etc. If people didn't have a problem then then why would they have one now :OAnyway, I am really looking forward to this game. Definitely one of my most anticipated wii U games next to Xenoblade Chronicles.
Zelda never did follow that naming scheme, though -- during any generation. Pretty much every Nintendo system since the NES has had a prefix, suffix, or at least a naming scheme, outside of the Gamecube. (ex. Super Game, Game 64, Game Advance, Game DS, Game Wii, Game U, Game 3D) Meanwhile, we got Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask instead of "Zelda 64". I suspect we'll also get a properly titled Zelda game. I remember when Skyward Sword was announced, we didn't have a title for it until relatively close to launch anyway.
I know that, but it always is a possibility. Just because Nintendo haven't done it before doesn't mean they still can't do it. They can always pull a 180 and start with calling it "Zelda U" or Zelda 17" or whatever.If you want to go off by what they did in the past then have a look at a series like Mario Kart, they never referred to it as a numerical series until of late. Same with smash bros. This was the first generation they decided to call it "Super Smash Bros Wii U" and "Super Smash Bros 3DS".Fair to say Zelda is one of the only Nintendo series with an official timeline, so they might never go down that road.
And people call the Wii U shit...
To be fair, most consoles are judged on their software line-up, and the Wii U wasn't exactly hot shit until we started getting major releases this year, like Smash Bros., Hyrule Warriors, and Bayonetta. Now we've finally got a first-party line-up with games that have a good chance to be promising, like the Star Fox and Zelda announcements.As an actual console, it's very distinct from both the Xbone and PS4 by merit of the gamepad. I had bad impressions about the thing initially, but don't knock it until you try it -- it's actually extremely useful for a number of things other consoles don't have a solution to. Navigating menus in particular is much, much easier using its touch screen, especially things that require you to type and having two screens in co-op in video game instead of a split screen is great. If you actually like to play video games in person, there's no better option, though the internet constantly fudges for me. Only real complaint with the system itself outside of the internet is that the gamepad is a bit large for my hands, but I have pretty small ones to begin with. Only had it for about two weeks, though.