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61. Posted: Fri 18th Sep 2009 21:47 BST
How does this game look at all like Zelda? Sure, there's that Teketite-like thing in the background, and the gameplay looks similar, but it's style looks a lot more like Dragon Warrior than any of our favorite mute elf's adventures.
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62. Posted: Fri 18th Sep 2009 21:51 BST
the fact that most of the areas shown look just like the ones from the first Zelda, or maybe its that the dungeon looks exactly like a Zelda dungeon
63. Posted: Fri 18th Sep 2009 22:17 BST
@slapshot82: Okay, three. Thanks.
@eripmav: I can't see Nintendo having the legal right to prevent this game's release, any more than they could Neutopia or Golden Axe Warrior, which both had far more in common with Zelda than this title does.
@odd69: I already said this is a RETAIL game, NOT a download. And it doesn't release in Japan until November, so we shouldn't expect it until next year.
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64. Posted: Sat 19th Sep 2009 00:43 BST
They are generic locations. Zelda did not invent castles, fields, dungeons, mountains, or boulders. It's generic fantasy adventure.
Parody or not, I don't think Nintendo will be too pleased with this and I can't see them allowing this to be released.
Fortunately for Sony and From Software, Nintendo is not part of the approval process for PS3 software...
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65. Posted: Sat 19th Sep 2009 04:28 BST
eripmav wrote:Parody or not, I don't think Nintendo will be too pleased with this and I can't see them allowing this to be released.Fortunately for Sony and From Software, Nintendo is not part of the approval process for PS3 software...
I think he meant pursuing legal remedies such as an injunction.
66. Posted: Sat 19th Sep 2009 04:47 BST
I know. It was just an amusing way of putting it, and sarcasm knows no bounds.
67. Posted: Sat 19th Sep 2009 07:37 BST
Precisely. Like I said just a few posts ago (in my last post), Nintendo has no legal grounds to prevent this title's release. They just don't, and they know it! Honestly, I doubt very much that Nintendo even cares that this game is being made. Just not on their minds at all. Which is how it should be, as Nintendo needs to pay attention to what THEY'RE doing, and making all the awesome games they can!
68. Posted: Sun 20th Sep 2009 00:23 BST
The day they made a "Zelda" game on the Playstation, I decided that I would shoot myself.
Now I regret that....This game actually looks amazing! =D
Edited on Sun 20th September, 2009 @ 00:38 by Infernape1000
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69. Posted: Sun 20th Sep 2009 02:29 BST
70. Posted: Sun 20th Sep 2009 07:35 BST
But maybe it isn't. Maybe he has a Persona gun or something. Then he can do awesome spells with it!
71. Posted: Sun 20th Sep 2009 07:40 BST
On note, I'm still buying buying this.
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72. Posted: Sun 20th Sep 2009 07:48 BST
@odd69: Yeah! The more, the better! We're up to...four? Five? I'm losing count...and that's a good thing! Bring it to the West, Atlus/XSeed/whoever!
73. Posted: Sun 20th Sep 2009 07:52 BST
If you find a release date post it here okay? I can't find too much info on this game.
74. Posted: Sun 20th Sep 2009 08:05 BST
Sure, if I can remember. Since we don't even know IF it'll come out West yet, much less which company would handle it, I have no info to give and no idea when I will. Hoping for the best, though!
EDIT: Sounds like they're looking for a Western publisher now, if you believe a user on the Atlus forums who says he's already played a demo that they've been sending out to prospective publishers. I see no particular reason to doubt this, because his info from the hands-on perspective sounds legit, and it does make sense that developers would send demos to entice publishers. Were I a betting man (which I'm definitely NOT), I'd bet Atlus to get the job. It just seems most likely to me. But it does look like we'll definitely be getting it over here one way or another!
Edited on Sun 20th September, 2009 @ 08:30 by Stuffgamer1