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Bronze

When do you predict that there will be a sequel to the second Zelda game made? (unless Zelda was in something before that or some crap like that.)
I don't know, will the way it played work for the 3DS? Will it not come in a long time since that timeline has the most games at the moment?

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Eel

Zelda II has lived on thanks to the fact that many of the names were reused in Ocarina of Time.

But I think enough people were clear in that they did not like the game, so I don't think they'll reuse the game style any time soon. If ever.

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Bronze

why didn't they like it?

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MorphMarron wrote:

Zelda II has lived on thanks to the fact that many of the names were reused in Ocarina of Time.

But I think enough people were clear in that they did not like the game, so I don't think they'll reuse the game style any time soon. If ever.

The game is pretty good, but I don't think a Zelda game will ever be ever like Zelda II

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Bronze wrote:

why didn't they like it?

It's actually a pretty good game, but it has its problems. There are some backwards things that shouldn't have been in the game, or rather should have been in the game. Like proper hints, so you don't end up running around not knowing where to go. It is quite difficult as well, which tends to put people off.

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Eel

Bronze wrote:

why didn't they like it?

Well, the fact that the game is really really hard and needs you to do several vague and obtuse tasks that no normal person would guess without a guide probably helped.

It may be seen in a positive light now and they could probably refine the experience a lot. But if Nintendo didn't go back to it already, I think it means they probably don't want to take that risk again.

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Bronze

It is quite frustrating, but what about the next one? If they just throw you out there with not guide, then it would be just as irritating. I'm pretty sure that if nintendo made the right hints and eased the difficulty a bit... or maybe a lot... then a sequel would be successful. Also make some gameplay scenes more like Zelda. XD

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ShadJV

Nintendo has "played it safe" with Zelda's genre mechanics ever since Ocarina. They've stuck with two styles: top down 2D and 3D. Zelda II is very much the black sheep of the series. A side scrolling RPG platformer with a level up system. Between it's poor reception compared to the other games' mechanics and the fact they haven't revisited it after all this time makes it likely they won't. It's irrelevant to point out what they could do different to make that formula more successful. Nintendo has made their claim on which mechanics to keep and it would be more likely for them to try new genres then to go back to a style they likely deemed unsuccessful for the series.

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Why does the worst Zelda game need a sequel?

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Neoproteus

Actually I kind of agree, but in a different way.

I'd like to see a sequel to Zelda II, but only in story, not gameplay. It kind of sucks that the retro timeline ends on the bad one. Maybe something more like A Link Between Worlds, or another Four Swords game to top off that timeline?

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