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1. Posted: Wed 21st Oct 2009 13:26 BST
This footage was shown at Spaceworld back in 2000 where the GameCube was unveiled... wonder what happend to this Zelda Version...
Edited on Wed 21st October, 2009 @ 13:26 by PhillaLoup
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2. Posted: Wed 21st Oct 2009 13:28 BST
It was a tech demo only to show off the power of the Gamecube and nothing more.
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3. Posted: Wed 21st Oct 2009 13:28 BST
That wasn't a game, it was a tech demo.
4. Posted: Wed 21st Oct 2009 13:30 BST
That was the reason people were disappointed when they saw what Wind Waker looked like.
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5. Posted: Wed 21st Oct 2009 13:39 BST
Didn't know that ... It looks a lot like TP to me... and the battle ... just Ganondorf and Link ... in a small room ... no tricks, just the swords - seems really really cool to me!
6. Posted: Wed 21st Oct 2009 13:59 BST
Still looks pretty good in 2009 if you ask me.
7. Posted: Wed 21st Oct 2009 14:38 BST
I know, i remember getting super psyched for GC because that was on the interwebz. Sort of sad it never turned into a real game.
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8. Posted: Wed 21st Oct 2009 18:59 BST
If they'd released something like that instead of the toony WW it would've sold far better. They say that TP saved the series after declining sales.
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Edited on Wed 21st October, 2009 @ 19:00 by The_Ink_Pit_Ox
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9. Posted: Wed 21st Oct 2009 19:15 BST
I don't believe the lower sales of Wind Waker compared to TP had anything to do with the games themselves. The latter was a launch title for an enormously successful platform with a ton of hype. I actually believe WW would have sold much more than TP if it were first released on the Wii as a motion-enabled launch title.
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10. Posted: Wed 21st Oct 2009 19:19 BST
man I really wish they would allow Game boy downloads to wiiware. I just have no interest in playing a handheld anymore but loved oracle of ages/seasons! i mean id drop $10 to download one of those on wii, im sure others would do the same..
11. Posted: Wed 21st Oct 2009 19:23 BST
Really? Oracle of Ages/Seasons is the best-selling Zelda title? I don't know anyone who played Oracle of Ages/Seasons.
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12. Posted: Wed 21st Oct 2009 19:27 BST
They say that TP saved the series after declining sales.
It certainly saved the series from innovation.
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13. Posted: Wed 21st Oct 2009 19:48 BST
You speak as if everyone was disappointed. I loved the look and feel of the Wind Waker. It is a masterpiece. Famitsu gave it 40/40.
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Edited on Wed 21st October, 2009 @ 19:50 by Trin
14. Posted: Wed 21st Oct 2009 19:56 BST
I have them both, great games, highly recommend them.
15. Posted: Wed 21st Oct 2009 20:02 BST
I may be wrong, but didn't this become Twilight Princess? I seem to remember hearing somewhere that TP was ~9 years in development.
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16. Posted: Wed 21st Oct 2009 20:04 BST
What's wrong with the new ones sure it's easier then before but even i admit i prefer Toon Link over Link. Besides it's not about the graphics it's about gameplay. You just have issue.
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17. Posted: Wed 21st Oct 2009 20:06 BST
Man why did FSA only sell 220ish k? I heartily enjoyed that game.
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19. Posted: Wed 21st Oct 2009 20:09 BST
@grenworthshero: if you combine the sales of both, it's a total of almost 8 million.
20. Posted: Wed 21st Oct 2009 20:10 BST
@Swerd, probably because the best part of FSA was the multiplayer, and you have to shell out enormous craploads of cash in order to enable 4-players, because Ninty wanted to make money and thus chose to have each successive player hook up a GBA instead of a GC pad. and the single player game (while good, yes) was almost a straight rip-off of LttP. the multiplayer was the focus of that game with the single player a side note, and nobody used the multiplayer. it was also a big departure from the open, adventure filled world everybody loved about zelda games, what with the level system, and all. again, not a bad game, but it's not all that.
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