New Zelda Game Will Come When It’s ‘Perfect’

on January 12, 2010 1:55 PM

We all know Reggie Fils-Aime – the Nintendo of American big boss that looks like he just beats the crap out of people for fun? Yea, that guy. Apparently Mr. Reggie has been dodging the question we’ve all been waiting for concerning the release of the newest Legend of Zelda sometime this year. Instead, brown man claims that fans of the series shouldn’t expect the Wii game, which is still in development, because it isn’t dropping until the game is nothing short of godly.

“Right now it’s still in development but the key message that Mr. Aonuma and Mr. Miyamoto are telling us is that it really has to be perfect when it launches,” say Fils-Aime. “That is what the fans are expecting.

“So for all the Zelda fans out there right now, I’d say enjoy Spirit Tracks and know that the Zelda title for Wii is going to come out when it’s perfect.”

If this isn’t an indication of “you bastards are just going to have to wait,” then I don’t know what is. Nintendo seems to really want this game to be everything but mediocre. I mean, then again, what Zelda game really sucked? The last time we got a taste of actual 3D Link was when we were blessed with the glory of The Twilight Princess when the Nintendo Wii first hit store shelves. A couple of years later, we’ve received nothing but silent fistings and a whole lot of delay. Hopefully, the new Zelda game will make an appearance at this year’s E3 – just so Reggie and Miyamoto can tell us, while on stage, that we can expect to see the new installment sometime in 2011. Oh, the amount of kitties that will die if this happens.

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Born and raised in New York City, Yaris is one of three co-founders at DualShockers. Gaming since the inception of Nintendo in the 80's, he has grown to avidly appreciate games of every genre, maturing his preference specifically now to third-person action games, first-person shooters and JRPGs. He's a software engineer, father and husband during the day, and mildly attempts to hold onto his "hardcore gamer" title during the evenings. An attempt that he tends to fail miserably at.