So, Nintendo finally revealed the next Legend of Zelda game for Wii U with an amazing artstyle and an open world setting, much like the beloved Skyrim. The game looks astonishing as these screenshots prove.
E3 is once again upon us and, as with previous years, it's do or die time for Nintendo. Not that it's purely doom and gloom for the Big N, but I'd be lying if I said I wasn't hoping they really, really bring the games this year. After two years of negative news, gaming droughts and dire sales numbers (despite excellent software), as a Nintendo fan of the first hour I really hope this is the year they bring everything. And I do mean EVERYTHING.
When Nintendo started talking about IP licensing a few weeks ago during their latest investor meeting, a few ideas popped up in my head. One such an idea builds on the foundation of two games that already exist, but could be a great move on Nintendo's part to work on (if they aren't already).