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Nintendo6400

The graphics have definitely improved. I can't believe Nintendo approved the look on that one character with the massive cleavage.

Edit: this game looks like it's going to have voice acting which would be a good test to see if it works for the series.

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Color me a tad bit surprised at how good the updated character models are. Now Ninty/Tecmo needs to show that gameplay wise its much more than your average warriors game infusing elements from Zelda.

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The villain designs don't really scream "Zelda" but then again I don't think that was the intention.

And the updated character models look pretty damn good to be honest.

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shingi_70 wrote:

Color me a tad bit surprised at how good the updated character models are. Now Ninty/Tecmo needs to show that gameplay wise its much more than your average warriors game infusing elements from Zelda.

We know for one that it'll borrow the trademark Z-targeting from the 3D Zelda games.

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Wow, they really have improved those graphics since the December trailer. I'm even more excited by this game now. Hopefully E3 will bring more info, and release info.

Anyway, I was thinking. Maybe when the game releases we (fans) could begin a Twitter/Facebok campaign with pic of oneself holding the game with a hashtag #OneOfTheMillion.
I know, hashtags are stupid, but I kind of like the idea.

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Nintendo6400 wrote:

The graphics have definitely improved. I can't believe Nintendo approved the look on that one character with the massive cleavage.

Edit: this game looks like it's going to have voice acting which would be a good test to see if it works for the series.

This is Japan, of course it would be approved. Prepare for massive censoring in the West, however.

And...voice acting???

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This Weekly Famitsu cover is pretty rad.

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But won't you look foolish if the game doesn't reach a million.

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To be fair I wouldn't have called Demise Zelda like at the outset.

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brewsky wrote:

Nintendo6400 wrote:

The graphics have definitely improved. I can't believe Nintendo approved the look on that one character with the massive cleavage.

Edit: this game looks like it's going to have voice acting which would be a good test to see if it works for the series.

This is Japan, of course it would be approved. Prepare for massive censoring in the West, however.

And...voice acting???

Why, NG3: Razor's Edge wasn't? Plus, she doesn't look like a young teen.

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Where does it say it'll have voice acting?

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brewsky wrote:

Nintendo6400 wrote:

The graphics have definitely improved. I can't believe Nintendo approved the look on that one character with the massive cleavage.

Edit: this game looks like it's going to have voice acting which would be a good test to see if it works for the series.

This is Japan, of course it would be approved. Prepare for massive censoring in the West, however.

And...voice acting???

Why, NG3: Razor's Edge wasn't?

Because it's a Zelda game. You know, a game that supposed to appeal to a wide audience? A game that must be rated E10+? (And don't you dare mention Twilight Princess, that was asinine)

Also, NG3 was an M rated game.

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To be fair I wouldn't have called Demise Zelda like at the outset.

He does remind me a lot of Akuma from Street Fighter.

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Nintendo6400

I said the game looks like it might have voice acting based on the one characters mouth moving. Of course I might be wrong.

Edit also it's been developed by team ninja so

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Because it's a Zelda game. You know, a game that supposed to appeal to a wide audience? A game that must be rated E10+? (And don't you dare mention Twilight Princess, that was asinine)

Does it have to be? People ask for more 'mature' Zeldas all the time and nobody had a heart attack when Twilight Princess was rated T. This looks like it'll be in the same area, especially since most Dynasty Warriors games land that rating.

Plus Twilight Princess, Skyward Sword and Ocarina of Time 3D were all 12+ in Europe...

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I said the game looks like it might have voice acting based on the one characters mouth moving. Of course I might be wrong.

In Twilight Princess and Skyward Sword the character's mouths moved even if all dialogue was text, so I wouldn't take that as a sign.

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I said the game looks like it might have voice acting based on the one characters mouth moving. Of course I might be wrong.

Character's mouths have been moving more often since......Twilight Princess? Or Wind Waker? It's nothing new.

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brewsky wrote:

Because it's a Zelda game. You know, a game that supposed to appeal to a wide audience? A game that must be rated E10+? (And don't you dare mention Twilight Princess, that was asinine)

Does it have to be? People ask for more 'mature' Zeldas all the time and nobody had a heart attack when Twilight Princess was rated T. This looks like it'll be in the same area, especially since most Dynasty Warriors games land that rating.

Plus Twilight Princess, Skyward Sword and Ocarina of Time 3D were all 12+ in Europe...

No, it doesn't have to be. Nintendo wants it to be because it means more money.

Mature games doesn't have to mean astounding amounts of cleavage. Mature games can be rated E or T. Majora's Mask is a shining example.

Also, 12+ can equal E10+ in the US, it's weird how it works.

EDIT: Nobody had a heart attack when TP was rated T because it didn't need to be rated T. It could've easily been E10+.

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No, it doesn't have to be. Nintendo wants it to be because it means more money.

T-rating don't do much in business terms. It's usually M, which this game won't have.

Mature games doesn't have to mean astounding amounts of cleavage. Mature games can be rated E or T. Majora's Mask is a shining example.

I put "mature" in a quota since people want darker and violent Zeldas or whatever. Majora's Mask could actually be rated T given it's tone and subject matter.

The cleavage may or may not be censored in the west anyway.

Also, 12+ can equal E10+ in the US, it's weird how it works.

It can also equal in extreme cases M. PEGI have somewhat different standards.

EDIT: Nobody had a heart attack when TP was rated T because <strong>it didn't need to be rated T. It could've easily been E10+.</strong>

Given some of the content in the game I would've rated it T myself, but what do I know.

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