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    Well WarioWare isnt the only casual game. Wii Sports out sold Zelda by a lot! But in Japan Wii Sports isnt even bundled with the console and yet it still beat out Zelda. So thats what has Miyamoto very worried and which is also why we are going to see a lot more games like Wii Sports. I myself truly wouldnt mind if they added something that motivates the player to play more. Online or some unlockables is that to much to ask!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mushroomedmario
    what i want miyamoto to work on next is a star fox game
    A real Star Fox Game, none of this walking around crap, strap in the cockpit and leave him there.

    Anyhoo Zelda Wii is almost a given, I don't think the next console Zelda will be in development as long as TP was....at least I hope it won't be.....yet at the same time I do hope it takes a while because that means they have more time to add stuff to it and polish it....I don't know what I want anymore

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    i dont know why everyone is scared of casual gaming. just because there are going to be MORE casual games doesn't mean there are going to be LESS hardcore games.

    if anything, casual games are helping hardcore games because:
    casual gaming is the main selling point of the wii (for most ppl) and since the wii is selling so well, more devs want to develop for it. since more devs want to develop for it, we're bound to get more hardcore games made by third party.

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    Considering that Twilight Princess wasn't even a native Wii game but is a Gamecube port (which means it's not anywhere near taking advantage of the full power of the Wii), I'm disappointed that a real full-fledged Wii Zelda isn't already in-development.
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    I'm sure theres going to be a Wii Zelda. There were two Zeldas for the Nintendo 64, the GameCube, so why not two for the Wii? Of course we probably won't see it until 2010 because they usually take three years to develop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sremick
    Considering that Twilight Princess wasn't even a native Wii game but is a Gamecube port (which means it's not anywhere near taking advantage of the full power of the Wii), I'm disappointed that a real full-fledged Wii Zelda isn't already in-development.
    Why are you saying that? Miyamoto never said there would not be a new Zelda game for the Wii, he said there was a small chance and that it probably won't come out for a long time since they have other concerns that are of more importance. I think Zelda TP did use good use of the Wii Remote even if it did come out for the GC, they had to modify some things to make it work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XwiimasturX
    i dont know why everyone is scared of casual gaming. just because there are going to be MORE casual games doesn't mean there are going to be LESS hardcore games.

    if anything, casual games are helping hardcore games because:
    casual gaming is the main selling point of the wii (for most ppl) and since the wii is selling so well, more devs want to develop for it. since more devs want to develop for it, we're bound to get more hardcore games made by third party.
    Don't you think they'll just release even more casual games? Gaming history shows that if a certain type of game sells well, publishers tend to just make more of them, usually to the detriment of other genres.



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    So its probably going to be somewhere near 2012 the next time we even see another console Zelda game! I just hope that level 5 dosnt go all casual, so I can enjoy many years of Dragon Quest! .......eh I just hope they can at least give us DS Zelda games!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe
    So its probably going to be 2012 the next time we even see another console Zelda game! I just hope that level 5 dosnt go all casual, so I can enjoy many years of Dragon Quest!
    No, I just finished saying that Miyamoto said that there might be a chance but there not very concerned now. And 2012? I know that's in 5 years (the usual life-span of a console) but who's saying a Zelda came will come out directly at release like TP did? It could be even longer. That's why I think there is a good chance of a new Zelda game coming for the Wii in a couple of years. There is a very small % chance it will come out in 2008.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FR.
    Why are you saying that? Miyamoto never said there would not be a new Zelda game for the Wii,
    I know, and it's not what I said. I said that I was disappointed that (or if) it hasn't been started yet. This was based upon the original poster:

    Quote Originally Posted by Secumfex
    According to an interview of IGN with Eiji Aonuma and Shigeru Miyamoto, Twilight Princess could possibly be the last Zelda on the Wii. In fact, they didn't even start developing a new Zelda game...
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    I think Zelda TP did use good use of the Wii Remote even if it did come out for the GC, they had to modify some things to make it work.
    Yeah I don't doubt it does make good use of the Wii remote (I can't speak from personal experience yet, as my Zelda was damaged/lost/stolen in shipping so I'm still without it) but I was talking as far as graphics capabilities and such. The GC has a 485 MHz CPU, 43MB of RAM, 162MHz GPU, and game discs have a 1.5GB capacity. The Wii has a 729 MHz CPU, 88MB RAM, 243 MHz GPU, and discs with 8.5GB capacity. So a game working within the graphics constraints of the Gamecube isn't anywhere near making full-use of the abilities of the Wii, regardless of how well the control interface has been patched to utilize the Wii remote. While Twilight Princess, Resident Evil 4, etc might look spectacular on the Wii, they aren't representative of what the Wii can do.

    I'm anxious to see what a Zelda (one of Nintendo's flagship product lines) game will look like if designed from the ground-up to make full use of the Wii hardware. I'm just bummed that it seems like the clock hasn't started yet (or has hardly started), suggesting that we might have to wait 3 years to see this.
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