Zelda for Wii in Development

December 14, 2006 2:15pm CST
According to this website, http://wiispin.com/2006/12/13/zelda-wii-in-development/ a new Zelda game for the Wii is in development. The most interesting thing is that Miyamoto has said that it is going to be very different from the previous Zelda games. What do you think this means, and what would you like to see done to the Zelda games?
2 responses
• Canada
14 Dec 06
It was only a matter of time before this happened. Twillight Princess was a super hit, almost sold as many copies as the Wii sold consoles.
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14 Dec 06
yeah, but it is surprising to see it in development so soon after the Wii was released, it could be out in less than a year
@babostwick (2037)
• United States
4 Jun 07
I'm intrigued by it. I haven't seen too many Zelda games that do horribly. As far as different, like perhaps taking more in a more modern time exactly? That would be my guess as to something different with cars and cities. Something like that I'm guessing. Then again, the Zelda series is unpredictable. Sometimes it's best to expect the unexpected. In Majora's Mask as an example, a timer was made. You had 3 days before the Moon would collapse onto Clock Town. That was an experiment and it required the uses of Masks. Also, had to use the Ocarina to turn the clock back to the 1st day in order to go through the game. Zelda 2 introduced a point system and was more or less like an RPG. It's not like any Zelda game is expected to be the same but just those 2 stand out on that in particular. The last example I just thought of was the Oracle games where you could link the 2 together to complete a major quest.