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Discussion in '3DS - Games & Content' started by Valwin, Jan 16, 2012.
IS a RUMOR remember that is 4chan
If true it's fucking awesome!
EDIT: Nice to see more people following me by posting multiply sources ^^
I'm calling BULL'S HIT on this one, for the following reasons:
The Japanese text doesn't make sense gramatically. Anyone who's taken even elementary Japanese would know that the particle "を" precedes a verb (not a noun as it does in this case). Also, the term "アイス" (aisu) usually refers to "ice cream" in Japanese. In video games, particularly in RPGs, the element "ice" is 氷 (kōri). In other words, the logos were likely made by someone who doesn't know Japanese.
(Probably the most compelling evidence): I get absolutely no hits for Japanese websites when I search for "火をプロフェシー" or "アイスをプロフェシー."
It was posted on freaking 4chan. C'mon.
When I first posted this, there were no Japanese sites. Now, at the time of this edit, two Japanese gamer blogs pop up when you search either "火をプロフェシー" or "アイスをプロフェシー." But they both say essentially the same things that I already said. The blogger in the second Google hit comments about how the を is out of place, and he says that he's laughing at the idea that people are probably taking this rumor seriously overseas.
i always end up getting only one of these "two game's" kind of games
Interesting for sure.
Isn't that the point? At least it is with the pokemon games xD
That would be great if they don't release a 3rd version of it like they do with Pokemon games.
I would like to see a Zelda game where Hyrule is in it's early stages.
I think I would go with the fire version since I don't like swimming in games and the water version may lead to more of that.
It clearly say's ice and not water ^^
Oracle treatment for the 3DS? Hell yes.
As long as the games are both completly different (like Oracle, worth the money) and not the same game with different features (Pokemon, a cash grab).
looking by your flag i take your japanese have you hear anything on this rumor ?
Oh I misread it.
In that case I have no idea which version I would choose.
Don't trust the flag so much xD
I smell pokemon copy.
I'm calling this bull too unfortunately.
1. Make-up rumor
2. Post on /v/
Seriously, I can use MS Paint and draw some logo, print it out, and then take a blurry picture and that will start a rumor that will go far.
pokemon games are the exact same except a bit of dialogue, the main legendary, and a bunch of pokemon,this (if true) would have completely different storylines i guess?
The source says they are simply working on two Zelda titles. Couldn't that just mean a game each for the 3DS and Wii U?
I don't really believe it either, although it would be nice, especially if they keep it like the Oracles a little.
Oracle of Ages was more puzzle-oriented, Ice could be (seriously, who never had troubles with Ice puzzles ?)
Oracle of Seasons was action-oriented, Fire could also be.
i dont know if this is bull**** but your point that it would start a rumor that would go faar is certainly true,
i just read the exact same news on 3 other forums
EDIT:but you cant ignore the comments ninty made
This times a million. I've been recently learning Japanese and this, grammatically, doesn't look right at all. Showed it to a friend of mine who is also learning Japanese (and is a lot farther than I am...) and she laughed. Hard. As Densetsu said, it's from fucking 4chan, chances of it being real is quite small.
Ocarina of time/seasons did the same thing, but it wasn't pokémon at all. It features a different story in both versions and you could do a lot of stuff by linking the two games, most notably that you can only beat the game legit by linking (guess who the true end boss is, oink). The only thing it shares is the two versions thing, but in reality they are much more different than any two pokémon games of the same generations ever will be.
On topic: If I have to go by what Densetsu says, it is the biggest fake ever. His arguments are pretty solid. On the other hand, it's an awesome idea by nintendo, who doesn't want to play the legend of zelda: the ocarina of ice cream?