E3 2012 Wishlist: New Zelda Games And Rayman Legends

Over the next couple of days, us here at Nintendo Scene will be revealing our wishlists for E3 2012, what games we’d like to hear more about, and what games we’d like to see in development. Each of us has our own hopes for certain titles and we want to share them with you.

For me, it has to be Nintendo‘s green hero, Link. I am a massive fan of the Legend of Zelda series. Back in November, Eiji Aonuma confirmed that a new Zelda for the 3DS was in development. The game will be an original, not a remake, and will not be like the DS Zelda games. In February, we were  teased with the prospect of new Zelda games in the not so distant future with a note in our 3DS‘ from Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma. The note began saying:

“Hello, this is Aonuma, Nintendo’s Legend of Zelda producer. Did you enjoy The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D? Thanks to everyone, the Legend of Zelda series had a very happy 25th anniversary.” 

The note went on to tease:

“I hope you’re looking forward to new Legend of Zelda games.”

My eyes are on E3, where “new Legend of Zelda games” means that I hopefully get to see a new title for the 3DS as well as the Wii U.

Last month, a leaked video of Rayman Legends made its way onto the internet, and it sure got people excited. Ubisoft had said that the video was “intended as a purely internal demonstrative video, and in NO way represents the final game, the final console or their features.” The game looks beautiful, simply put. I hope that more will be shown at E3 of the Rayman Origins sequel, but what interests me most is how towards the end of the video, objects are incorporated through the game by placing them on the Wii U controller. Will this method be shown at E3 for more Wii U titles? Lets wait and see.

Come back tomorrow where Wes gives you his wishlist for E3.

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One Response to “E3 2012 Wishlist: New Zelda Games And Rayman Legends”
  1. Wes says:

    I saw that Rayman video and thought it looked pretty awesome too. Looking forward to seeing more of that and what they may have done with it.


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