Let me take you back to 1986 or so when a game was advertised that I just had to have. It was called The Legend of Zelda, and it would be a game that changed my life. It was one of the first open world role playing type games and because of that, we can forgive the nerdy rap attempt Nintendo made to try and promote it seen here:
As time went on so did my love affair with the Zelda franchise, culminating with the ultimate in the Zelda experience: The Ocarina of Time. Granted, The Wind Waker,
Twlight Princess, and of course A Link to the Past came in a close second, but none I think were as great as Ocarina of Time. But once again, I find myself in digression. As of late we have seen the reemergence of the Wii-U with the release of Mario Kart 8 (an amazing game by the way) and now as of this week, the teaser for the new Zelda has emerged from E3. Finally, Nintendo has begun to move forward with what I thought they were capable of with the Wii-U. Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you the new Zelda.