Yes this is how
the next Zelda Game will look. Can you
say Paper Link.
What is this #$&%? Why
did Nintento choose not to make the Game
realistic? Could it be lack of ability or
programer experience? The answer is NO.
With the power of the Game Cube the game
could have easily looked like the
realistic world of the Bouncer and
Nintendo has many experienced programmers
and 3D designers from the N64 Zeldas that
could have made this game glorious. The
reason was money. They chose to abandon
those that had grown up with them and go
for the new youth of the market. Nintendo
long ago bailed on its original fans by
making their games cutesy and directed to
the youth of the time. I have tolerated
this because I am primarily become a
Final Fantsy and Zelda fan, and Zelda had
maintained sort of a mature feel. But
this is the final straw. How can they do
this to the Zelda series? I can say right
now that I am not getting a Game Cube or
the next Zelda Game.
You may think that it
would be bad of me to not buy an RPG game
because of graphics, but there is more to
it then that. The main part of any RPG is
a complex story that will make you replay
the game to fully understand it. If a
game is made for kids between the ages of
7 and 10, as can be plainly seen by the
look of the game, the story will become
very simple and thus uninteresting.
Unless something incredible happens in
this game I'm not getting it.
In conclusion, I will not
be buying the Game Cube or Zelda 128 or
Paper Link or whatever it will be called.
Better games await like Final Fantasy X
and Grandia II for the Playstation 2.
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