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Discussion in '3DS - Games & Content' started by weavile001, Aug 24, 2012.
As much as I'd love a Zelda game for 3DS, I'm having a hard time believing this.
Some blogs and site claims that this image is fake :\ probably fan-made image using Colors
What are my mobile Zelda games coming to?
I would defiantly have to agree that is probably fake and a game based on a shield seems unlikely and didn't N say the next Zelda 3DS game wouldn't be related to WW-PH-ST? That shield looks like one from those games. But they could just mean it wouldn't continue that storyline, not the art style.
This smells fishy.
Eh, fake. Every Zelda game always has the development/publishing date next to the developer logo on the bottom of their title screens.
This is a pic of an early alpha/beta copy, it wouldn't have the date on it.
But the name sort of kills it. Like "Solar Soothsayer," no one's gonna believe it.
If successful, this will be followed up by The Legend of Zelda: The Tempura of Time
The shield gets made fun of because of its height.
TOTALLY calling it.
you were saying?
Wouldn't it be quite difficult to recreate the Zelda logo with such high detail using Colors? I think it's more likely this is just a fan made MPO file being viewed in the web browser or something.
Either way, I think it's fake. I hope any actual Zelda games will use the cel shading art style.
I know this is fake, but it got me excited for a second. Nice artwork though.
(•_•)Well, I guess we already got this rumor
(⌐■_■)sleeping with the fishes.
BTW no one noticed the shield decoration not even centered on the shield itself? Totally fake.
The shield is at an angle. It just looks off center.
I'm going to call this fake on name alone. Nintendo has had some stupid names in the past but zelda has always been decent in that aspect. That and its not mystical enough, zelda games always have sort of whimsical names.
I thought Grezzo was Nintendo's N64to3DS team, they trust them enough to make a 100% original Zelda?
If it's not fake it might be interresting.
I really hope they take the game into a different direction this time. Link runs a shrimping rig and it plays like a simulator. You get money, have to manage your resources, and can upgrade your rig into a whole shriming fleet. You win when you break off, make your own company and become Shrimp Shield's CEO.
They just develop the graphics basically. But in all honesty, Grezzo did an amazing job with Zelda OoT, I wouldn't mind the handheld titles being handled by them.