Wii, I was originally planning to get it on GC for the sole reason of knowning/thinking they would scrap producing it for GC to make more money by releasing it ONLY on Wii. But they promised not to do so and would still release it on GC. I figured by getting it on GC I could keep my GC alive abit longer because I got it abit late in its reign.
I then thought of the reason why I actually got it, which was for Master Quest and WW, plus it was cheaper to get a GC for the base console, then multi-console released games afterwards. I'm gettin Wii NOW so I dont get the feeling of wasting my money later on when I see a NEW Zelda title released on Wii and I end up getting it late in its reign leading upto the next gen console (if there is one).
The same way I got WW special edition with master quest, the same way I view TP. You may aswell get the enhanced version and fully enjoy it then a downgraded (earlier) version, and probably think later, "Hmm maybe I should of got the Wii version and experienced it". Im aware some of you will more then likely get both versions anyway eventually, but I dont believe in wasting money like that hence me opting for the better version from the get go.
I dont see why people would look down upon you in anyway, because most people will know to expect to see the occasional swingin of arms in front of the TV, when walking past someones house nowadays. They will just mark your house and say, "Another Nintendo Wii up for grabs... I'll come back for that one later ".Originally Posted by zeldaicflame
I would rather feel more integrated with the game, as Link, then to remain distanced by unrealistic control schemes, i.e. B produces a sword swing.. wouldn't it be so easy if you could just press and hold down a button to charge up a one-hit KO punch and render ANY enemie unconscious?
This is the 1st step into reaching home-based virtual reality console games. your character moves based upon YOUR movements as the player. Thats how it sould be personally. You wanna swing your sword then you swing your arm in a similar motion to produce the action desired. Its more involving then just lying/sitting back just pressing a button half heartedly to produce the results. If people would rather just sit back and press buttons I immediately envision a couch potato (no ACTUAL offence to any such individuals), merely someone who would prefer the old controls so they can fend off enemy attacks with simple slashes keeping them at bay, while they reach for more dip
Nintendo are giving you a chance to start interacting more with the characters you play and become once you load up the disc in your system. And you would rather remain the player that seems more like a on-looker merely giving shouts of encouragement from the sidelines?
As the saying goes, "each to his own" but I for one would rather start NOW and get used to Nintendo Wii in preparation for possible future Zelda, and/or general good Nintendo games that allow a more virtual feel that pulls you in more. The next possible Zelda game may have parts that imply, "well you really should of got TP on Wii, then you wouldnt be struggling with the controls now would you ".