Saturday, December 6, 2014
Nintendo Gives A Sneak Peak Of The New Zelda For Wii U!
Nintendo used Friday's Video Game Awards to unveil a bit of new info on their upcoming Wii U & 3DS games. The biggest surprise of the night was a video of Shigeru Miyamoto and Eiji Aonuma playing an early build of the new Legend of Zelda due out for the Wii U next year. The sneak peak showcased a game that is absolutely massive and seems to take the best parts of previous 3D Zelda games and combine them with the free and open gameplay of the original NES Zelda. The results are quite stunning even at this stage of development (the game still has about a year of development left before release). Some of the highlights include the return of Epona and her ability to dodge obstacles (like a real horse), a new massive Hyrule that will require the Wii U GamePad to truly navigate and the ability to jump off of Epona and attack enemies in slow motion. If you are curious to see the game in action (and who isn't?), be sure to check out the video below. Enjoy!