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i want this new zelda to be great hell iv played almost everyone zelda myself including zelda dx for the gameboy but after looking at this i just feel like im going to be disappointed it really does look like a step backwards from the videos and screens iv seen... i do hope they prove me wrong
Yea, I'm nervous about this game, too. I've been dying for the next non-handheld Zelda, but the graphics and backgrounds in the demo scream Nintendo 64. And while Twilight Princess was totally a step in the right direction, I couldn't help feeling like the wii-mote controls keep you from fluidly and seamlessly taking control of Link. I want to feel like a bad-ass when I'm playing as Link, not get pissed cause I didn't shake or swing the control just the right way at just the right moment. I'm hoping for some improvements, and actual evidence of a plot besides a poster, cause so far, it seems like they wanted a Zelda game where you could control the sword.....and that's the only noteworthy thing about it. Seems like a let-down to the Zelda series, so far, but I really badly want them to prove me wrong.
The problems in the demo were mostly caused by radio interference. Every game I've used the Wii remote on was pretty spot on as far as detecting the movements I made. I think they had the same type of problem with the DouchePhone4 release demo.
Is it just me or does the Wii-mote seem like its going to extremely hurt this game? In the E3 demo even the CREATOR OF THE GAME had to do everything 2-4 times before it registered correctly. Now I know that Sorcery game looks incredibly bland but the Move seemed to work the first time every time. If only you could combine the two, or just use a normal controller like regular people!
I'm a huge zelda fan, but I got to say this had better get fixed up a bit. I'm still on the fence for the most part, but with the art, giant mushrooms, and the lack of any story details, I'm going to have a nail biting wait.
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