The Breath of the Wild team told us a few weeks ago that they built an NES prototype to test out their ideas. One fan thought that was a great idea, and turned it into a fan game. The game has since been taken down, due to a complaint from Nintendo’s attorneys. However cool this game was, I think that the creator wanted this to happen. Fans should be cautious about fan games that can exploit their nostalgia and hype by using familiar characters without permission.
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To be honest, I uninstalled Fire Emblem Heroes a few weeks ago because it was literally bite-sized Fire Emblem. It isn’t a bad game, but I was longing for a full Fire Emblem experience. There are some fixes coming soon through a Fire Emblem Heroes update that will help bring new life to the title.
It’s been over a week since Nintendo announced the results of the Fire Emblem: Choose Your Legends poll, and I still haven’t written anything about it. Unfortunately, all I can say is my bad. To make it up to you, here are my thoughts on Fire Emblem’s future. Just pretend like you care.
Nintendo officially announced DLC for Breath of the Wild, and there have been a few different reactions I’ve noticed. They’ve ranged from positive declarations of pure defense toward Nintendo’s choice, to feelings of utter betrayal from Nintendo’s fans. Thus, I present my opinion in defense of the Zelda DLC.
Well, it seems that the Wii U and 3DS still have another year in them. President Kimishima of Nintendo has stated the Nintendo NX will launch March next year, and Zelda U will be the only game to be playable at E3. For further information regarding the news, check out our on-site post of the E3 Information.
There are probably only a handful of people in the world who were more excited than me when Nintendo announced that Twilight Princess would be getting an HD remake. The game meant so much to me during my freshman year of high school. I found an escape from school related cares when I turned on my Wii and heard the music on the title screen. It still brings make nostalgic tears. Those feelings rushed back as I played the game over again in HD. Ten years after the original release of the game, Twilight Princess received a well deserved update in graphics and gameplay.
That being said, is there another, more important reason for remaking the game? Besides making money (I mean let’s face it; money drives most decisions.), I believe that there is a secret meaning behind releasing Twilight Princess HD and it has something to do with ZeldaU.