Legend Of Zelda Release Date Gameplay Trailer Footage For The Wii U Was Almost Excluded From The 2014 Game Awards: Here’s Why


Legend Of Zelda Release Date Gameplay Trailer Footage For The Wii U Was Almost Excluded From The 2014 Game Awards: Here's Why
Legend Of Zelda Release Date Gameplay Trailer Footage For The Wii U Was Almost Excluded From The 2014 Game Awards: Here's Why

The 2014 The Game Awards host Geoff Keighley revealed during a recent interview why gameplay footage promoting the release date of The Legend of Zelda was almost excluded from the program. 

Keighley was expecting Nintendo officials to demonstrate footage shown at the previous E3 conference, but developers Eiji Aonuma and Miyamoto were able to produce a unique  gameplay video for the event, Attack of the Fanboy reports.  The Legend of Zelda developer Aonuma has revealed why the highly-anticipated Wii U title is being delayed.  “So, I must apologise to all of you who were expecting the game by year’s end,” he said, according to MXDWN .  “We are no longer making a 2015 release our number one priority, instead, our priority is to make the ultimate and most complete Zelda game.

I hope to use the added time to make a Zelda on Wii U that will reward you for your patience, so thank you for your continued support.” The Happy Mask Salesman character is rumored to be included in the characters list for the upcoming Wii U Legend of Zelda title.  “I’ve certainly been appearing all over the place this past few days! If this keeps going, maybe it wouldn’t be a stretch to expect me to pop up in a new Zelda game too,” the character was quoted saying in during a recent interview.  The meaning behind the title of the upcoming Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask game was revealed by the game’s Director Eiji Aonuma during a recent interview.  Takaya Imamura “invented the word by combining characters from the movie title ‘Jumanji’ and from his name,” Design & Trend reports.  The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask is the with installment in the game series.

It was originally released for the Nintendo 64 in 2000.     

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