The highly anticipated Wii U Zelda game won’t be out until next year, series producer Eiji Aonuma revealed today in a …
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There’s no questioning the string of quality titles that have arrived on the Wii U as of late. With Super Smash Bros. still managing to keep fans at bay, as well as the brand new Splatoon on the horizon, consumers have had enough on the table to keep them dusting off their console. Still, there’s a strong demand for a new entry in one franchise in particular, and that series is none other than The Legend of Zelda.
Gamers were reassured that the hotly anticipated installment would be arriving by the end of 2015 during The Game Awards, however, Nintendo has now announced that The Legend of Zelda for Wii U will not be arriving this year.
The producer of The Legend of Zelda franchise, Eiji Aonuma, clarified the news in the form of …
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At The Game Awards this past December, The Legend of Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma said that the game would be arriving this year for the Wii U gaming console. Fans have been eagerly awaiting, but unfortunately that hope will need to sustain gamers for a while longer. Today on Nintendo’s Miiverse gaming website, Aonuma gave a status update — the … —> Read More
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This week Marvel Comics revealed the lineup to their “All-New, All-Different Avengers” that will form after the events of this summer’s Secret Wars, and it certainly looks like they meant every word of that overly long title.
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With the game slipping into at least 2016 and the NX just around the corner, it begs the question on whether or not this delay will make Zelda Wii U become Zelda NX? —> Read More
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Toyota has teased its upcoming 2016 RAV4 Hybrid SUV, something it plans to officially debut at the New York Auto Show next week. It’s not much of a tease (or is especially so, depending on your perspective), showing only part of the back end where the “Limited Hybrid” emblem is placed — we don’t really get a look at the … —> Read More
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We’re back! This week we dive into the backlog of news: the (potential) revival of woolly mammoths, the coming arrival of flying cars, watching a live human birth via VR, Microsoft’s backpedaling on giving away Windows 10 to pirates, and more. But first, we start with tackling a listener question about the Nintendo NX. Hop to about the 3:40 min mark if you want to get right to it!