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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by Valwin, Jun 11, 2011.
i dont think anyone have posted this closer look
Pretty awesome looking if its being rendered in real time by the hardware. If its a pre-rendered approximation of what it could look like, not so much.
that's the next zelda their making it already
Wow wow and wow, looks gorgeous!! Wasn't posted before so thanks
i wish they were but who knows the could change the look XD
That looks an awful lot like the Temple of Time from Twilight Princess... and the boss does too.
Edit: forgot to mention that Link looks like the Twilight Princess one too:
is real time you can move the camera around and everything
yep that's actual gameplay
Oh my god, that looks freakin' awesome.
This would be the real next gen Zelda game.
It would surprise me if a Ninty game ever looked like this, though... ^^
Oo it looks awesome !!!
It's only a tech demo guys. I really wouldn't get your hopes up too much.
Looks freaking sexy.
If the WiiU comes out with a Zelda game with these graphics, I'm definitely purchasing it.
yes, i'm that much of a graphics whore
It's rendered in real time. Players were able to adjust the camera angle.
That's because it is based off the Temple of Time from Twilight Princess.
If Nintendo released a new version of Twilight Princess for the WiiU with HD graphics, I'm definitely buying it.
I wonder though, if this will be released, if Navi will be there.
I mean, two remakes of the same game is just not happening, so this being a remake of Twilight Princess is probably the way to go.
I do wonder though what Navi has to do in the video if this is indeed a remake of TP.
Or am I just wondering random things?
Anyway, I don't know if I'll have enough money to buy this if it gets released...
Yeah, without the wii controls, since that's the main reason I didn't like Twilight Princess Wii.
with also cut out bs mini games like sumo
Heh, I liked the sumo wrestling; I think it's a great addition. A good idea (in my opinion) would be to have some sort of "tournament" or a way to have a sumo fight at any point in the game.
Yea, I say the more mini games and side quests added the more alive the world will feel. I think it's great when theres a lot of stuff to do when not working on the main quest.
I wonder how much better it looks IRL. Don't get me wrong though, it looks already impressive in the video.
I think this was a reference to the situation with the Zelda tech demo they showed on the GameCube at Nintendo Space World in 2000.
Man, I'm so excited for this game. Imagin a Mario game with these graphics, lol.
But... but... graphics are not important... what's important is that it's fun. Right? =D