Nintendo Won't Commit To A 2010 Zelda

During an interview on GameTrailers TV yesterday, Nintendo of America's Reggie Fils-Aime was quizzed on whether we'd see Zelda on the Wii next year. His response? Hedge-betting.

"We haven't committed to Zelda in 2010," he told GTTV host Geoff Keighley. Which will obviously upset those keen enough to hope for Zelda in 2010, but also stupid enough to have expected a game that hasn't even been officially shown off yet to be out in the next year.

Especially when it's a "proper" Zelda game, the last one of which took about 173 years to come out.

[Nintendo On GameTrailers TV]


    It's useless to talk to the President of Nintendo of AMERICA.
    Reggie Fils-Aime KNOWS NOTHING, I REPEAT, N.O.T.H.I.N.G.!
    He's only the president of AMERICA!
    Not the President of Japan who actually makes the games and the consoles.
    Reggie is just the Messenger.

      and Yes I mean he's the President of Nintendo of America and not the President of Nintendo of Japan.

    Reggie: 'Zelda in 2010? Yes we can!'

    Iwata: 'Shut up, Reggie. No, we can't. Dickhead.'

    "Especially when it’s a “proper” Zelda game, the last one of which took about 173 years to come out."

    I don't get this remark.

    Reggie is not the man to ask of such matters, he only knows what he is told and I don't think he is informed of plans that may or may not come to fruition

    Just play Twilight Princess. We all know its gonna be the same formula again, but its gonna score 9's all over the place, and yet not be criticised for being the same-ol' same-ol' zelda (again)

    Windwaker was a great game, much better than Twilight Princess. If people want to play the same game over and over then go play it, don't complain when they try something new and force them to make the next game super generic.

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