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Friday, October 07, 2005

Hint on how Zelda on the DS may work

Legend of Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma spoke with EGM recently and offered up a pretty ambiguous hint on how the dual DS screens may work in the Nintendo DS's first Zelda game.

What I I think one of the important elements of the Zelda series has always been that you feel like you're in the world doing the things that Link is doing and touching the things that Link is touching...This time you'll be able to use the touch screen and actually touch those items and objects yourself.


Hmmmm. Nope, no idea what he could mean. Some sort of scratch gameplay or something? Will Zelda be forced to playing scratch lottery ticket games to play for his high-maintence princess?



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