Our forum member Toxinz1181 has come to us with a petition to Nintendo that he's been trying to spread around, so I thought that it wouldn't hurt share it here.
The petition is quite simple, for Nintendo to make an official port of the game to PC. Perhaps your first reaction might be "but BotW is already available for PC... if you know where to look". However, the idea here is to convince Nintendo to do a legal port. There's no denying BotW has gotten the attention of many and we have seen already many interesting 'projects' related to it. Having Nintendo embracing the community and perhaps even bringing themselves some tools to personalise the experience would be an unprecedented bold move from the company but to see something like this it would take to see a huge demand for it, and bringing Nintendo's attention to the benefits that such a decision could bring them. Nintendo has always been keeping their IPs to the consoles, but recently we have seen them loosening up to the mobile market, so who knows? they might be more receptive now.
I definitely find it a very interesting topic to discuss, regardless if you think it will benefit Nintendo's reputation or that they would damage their sales.
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I found out from Nintendo Enthusiast blog that Grezzo posted a very interesting hiring advert. Inside it they included the line "Would you like to make a legend together? 2"
That two is no mistake. Some years ago after Ocarina of Time 3D was revealed they posted a similar hiring notice with the same invitation. As you can imagine, that legend they hinted turned out to be the remake of Majora's Mask. So today's number two is to ensure is not that same old project. I hope now it makes sense that fishing this line on their notice has sent the gaming outlets to speculate about the possible new Zelda project they could be involved into.
I actually tried to get to their website notice directly but although I found, according to google translate, "urgent hiting" page the logo with what I am assuming is the legendary question is an image so I can't rely on a tranlator directl. Still if you can see the japanese spelling for legend,, then we can pretty much assume this is it. You too can have a browse yourselves to Grezzo's website.
At this time Nintendo hasn't confirmed or denied the possibility.
What game would you like to see remade?
Do you think it'll be for the switch or the 3DS?
Do you even think it is a remake or do you think there is room to consider this could be a brand new Zelda project?
Feel free to join our forums to discuss this with us!
If you have been on the fence regarding this game or if you are a Zelda collection that wants to get Breath of the Wild goodies, I have good news for you... unless you are not from the United States. Feel free to sit with me and resign to either be quick, get luck to order it online or just pass it up.
Nintendo of America has announced a bundle for this year Holiday Seasons called "Explorer's Edition". It might not be the big box of the release Deluxe edition but these two items I am sure can be appreciated by the fans of the game.
■ A two-sided map of the wilds of Hyrule
■ A 150 pages long guide with tips.
Best of all is that the suggested Retail price is the same as the standard edition. So it is quite an enticing option coming out on Novemeber 23th.
Are you intersted in getting it?
As you can corroborate from their official website, a few days ago the Nintendo Switch got updated to version 4. While there have been other updates before, this one has brought a very welcome feature: Now we can record video footage.
Admittedly, it is pretty basic. You can only record up to 30 seconds and the recording quality is pretty low. Considering that with the Wii U we could share full clips on Youtube, it is kind of disappointing it is not even an option.
We also got new icons to choose for your account, including six from Breath of the Wild.
According to News.com there are more new features, including one that hasn't been explicitly mentioned in the update notes, which is support for the USB devices through the dock of the console, such as wireless headphones. Other changes:
■ Now you can transfer your user and save data (including eShop purchases) from one switch to another, so if you are sharing, buying a system for you doesn't mean you have to start over.
■ Pre-purchase option so you can avoid the download congestion and have your game already downloaded to your console and ready to play as soon as it reaches the release date.
■ Cosmetic changes to the News channel and fixing the bug where the unfollowed content was still being displayed on the news screen.
What did you guys think of the update?