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True, but how many games like Wind Waker have we had since Wind Waker? I'm sold, I hold a lot of interest in this game. It looks like a cross between Wind Waker and a Miyazaki creation.

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True, but how many games like Wind Waker have we had since Wind Waker? I'm sold, I hold a lot of interest in this game. It looks like a cross between Wind Waker and a Miyazaki creation.

Does Okami count? Still I'm willing to play any kind game that looks inspired by Zelda & doesn't require a touchscreen.


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You could play binding of Isaac on steam. It was definitely inspired by the old Zelda games. Although I would love to play a game similar to twilight princess instead. I hate the wii u touch screen controls. If Nintendo had a regular controller I'd have probably bought a wii u just for their first party titles.


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You could play binding of Isaac on steam. It was definitely inspired by the old Zelda games. Although I would love to play a game similar to twilight princess instead. I hate the wii u touch screen controls. If Nintendo had a regular controller I'd have probably bought a wii u just for their first party titles.

Egoraptor had an interesting rant on Zelda though he barely touched on Twilight Princess & didn't say anything about Wink Waker. Then again I rather not acknowledge Wind Waker either.

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Wind waker was surprisingly more fun than I thought it would have been except for the endless boating around looking for crap sunk in the ocean that happened at least once.


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