Nintendo is finally coming around to releasing all of its big franchises on the Wii U, a full year after its launch, and with The Wind Waker HD all wrapped up and flying off shelves, Legend of Zelda fans are now primed and ready for a brand new game in the series to bloom in full HD.
They might have to wait a bit longer for any new information, though. Nintendo is not going to be talking about the game until E3, according to series producer Eiji Aonuma.
When asked about the next entry in his popular series in an interview with Mashable, Aonuma answered by only stating "I'll say more at E3 2014."
Simple as that. Nothing is yet known about the game, be it the graphic style, whether it will have motion controls or not, or which of the timelines it's going to occur within.
The only thing that is for certain is that Legend of Zelda fans are more than ready for another run through Hyrule, and The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds might not satisfy the appetites of everyone.
Any expectations or thoughts? I'm hoping for no Wii Remote requirements. It's one of the few things that has kept me from jumping into The Skyward Sword thus far.
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