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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:57pm 02/12/16 | 2 Comments
Even though they've got a new console coming out early next year, for the past year or so now pretty much Nintendo's only console presence has been the upcoming The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Which undoubtedly looks fantastic, but we're kind of wondering what else they've got cooking. Because at this point every new trailer and bit of gameplay footage just reminds us that we can't play it yet. And we want it now.

In fact, our anticipation has probably entered unhealthy levels, as this looks like it could quite possibly be the greatest open-world game ever created. Yeah, we're totally hype.

Here's the new trailer.



And here's game director Eiji Aounuma introducing a slice of gameplay.






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Steve Farrelly
Posted 04:54pm 02/12/16
I love Bill Trinnen, but that was a bit painful to watch - just direct feed gameplay, please
Hunter
Posted 11:27am 05/12/16
Why do these games appear to have that "fog" effect... is that a sign they cannot get as much processing power out of that platform so they "fog" it over?
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