Should Hyrule Warriors be ported for the Nintendo Switch?

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Many people remember when Zelda Hyrule Warriors was released for the Nintendo Wii-U back 2014.  Since its release on the Nintendo Wii U Hyrule Warriors had managed so sell over one million units worldwide before it was ported for the Nintendo 3DS during the Nintendo 3DS in the spring of 2016. Even though, the Nintendo 3DS version of Hyrule Warriors did not sell quite as much as the Wii-U port it was still a pretty 3D cool hack and slash that many people would like to see ported for the Nintendo Switch.  However, since Hyrule Warriors is already available on the Nintendo 3DS there are some who would argue that porting the game for the Nintendo Switch would not make any sense at all.

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Also, when it comes down to Zelda series the main title that is currently in the spotlight as of right now is Breath of the Wild which was released for the Nintendo Switch back in March 2017.  While Hyrule Warriors may have been a fun title for the Wii-U and the Nintendo 3DS its not quite as popular as Zelda: Twilight Princess or even Skyward Sword.  Besides would be much cheaper to simply buy the game for the Nintendo 3DS or the Wii-U since both consoles are not as expensive as they were a few years ago.

Should the original Zelda game have been remade for the SNES?

Sometimes It’s hard to believe that the very first Zelda game was released for the NEE over 30 years ago in the Spring of 1986.  While the Legend of Zelda for the NES is considered to be a legendary action adventure classic from the 80’s there are some who questioned why the game was never remade with better graphics for the for the SNES during the early 90’s.  After all Nintendo remade the Super Mario Bros trilogy for the SNES when they were re-released for the console back in 1993.  

However, during the early 90’s The Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past was mainly what everyone was focusing on for the SNES.  If the original Zelda game was released for the SNES in the early 90’s that would have been awesome but it definitely could have taken some of the shine of Link to the Past which came out in 1991.  

Should the Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess be ported for the Nintendo Switch?


There is no doubt that the Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is one of the most popular game in the Zelda series.  Ever since, the game was released for the Nintendo Wii back in late 2006 the game has managed to sell millions of copies around the world along with receiving an HD port for the Nintendo Wii-U.  Even though, Twilight Princess is extremely popular there can definitely be some uncertainty on whether or not the game will ever be ported for the Nintendo Switch.

As of right now the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is one of the hottest titles for the Nintendo Switch.  While porting Twilight Princess for the Nintendo Switch may seem a good idea there is a possibility that it would take some of the focus that gamers have for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.  As great as Twilight Princess was for the Wii and the Wii-U it would be cool to see the game ported for the Nintendo Switch in future just not at this very moment.  

Should The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time receive an HD Remake?

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There is no doubt that the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is considered to be one of the best selling titles of all time in the Zelda series.  When the game was first released for the Nintendo 64 back in 1998 many people were impressed by the gameplay, storyline along with the visual design of the game itself.  Even though, we did get a 3DS version of Ocarina of Time back in 2011 many people have dying to see an actual HD remake of the game similar to what Twilight Princess received for the Wii U in 2016.  Not only does Ocarina of Time have a high replay value but since its released for the N64 during the late 90’s it had managed to sell over 7.6 million units worldwide while the 3DS version of the game managed to sell close to 5 million.  If Nintendo were to develop an HD remake of Ocarina of Time for the Switch console it could be one of the main attractions they have along with titles such as The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.

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While the idea of a high definition remake of Ocarina of Time sounds great in theory some people may question how it would work out in practice.  In terms of releasing an actual game for Ocarina of Time some question whether it should be included on the Virtual Console or should it be an actual cartridge.  Also, if Nintendo  does decide to make an HD remake of Ocarina of Time what should it be priced at?   The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess would probably average around $49.99 at stores such as Gamestop which may seem like a reasonable price for Ocarina of Time if we ever received an HD remake.

Will Zelda: Breath of the Wild eventually surpass Twilght Princess in sales?

The Legend of Zelda series has been great it’s inception back in the mid 80’s.  There have been countless games in the series that are considered to be memorable classics such as Ocarina of Time, Link to the Past, Majora’s Mask and Link’s Awakening.  When it comes down to video game sales each title had impressive numbers since their respective releases for over the past two decades.  In fact, Twilight Princess is in the top five in terms of best selling games in the Legend of Zelda series.


Since its release in the mid 00’s The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess has managed to sell over 7 million units worldwide for the Nintendo Wii.  Twilight Princess was such an impressive game that it also managed to sell over one million units worldwide for the Nintendo GameCube which many people were starting to ditch during 2006.  As of May 2017 the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has already managed to sell 2.8 million units worldwide which is amazing considering the fact that the game was released back in March 2017.  In possibly two to three years Breath of the Wild can be in the top five in terms of best selling games in the Zelda series.

Could the recent Zelda games have worked during the 16 bit era?

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The Legend of Zelda series is awesome both in 2D and 3D.  But sometimes we wonder what the 3D games would be like in 2D and vice versa.  There were some timeless classics in the Legend of Zelda series both in the mid to late 80’s and early 90’s which included nice pixelated graphics.  Whether you played the Legend of Zelda series in 8 bit or 16 bit the storylines were interesting and the replay value of each game was high.  Between games such as the original Zelda game and Link to the Past its very hard to choose one in terms of which is better.  Some people would probably say the same thing about the modern Zelda titles such as Twilight Princess, Skyward Sword and Breath of the Wild.  If any of the 3D Zelda games were 2D it would be hard to tell whether or not each respective title would have achieved the same levels of success that they did in the gaming market.

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While the 16 bit Zelda game entitled Link to the Past was a memorable classic some people would probably argue that we should had more titles for the Super Nintendo.  If games such as Twlight Princess, Skyward Sword or Breath of the Wild were 16 bit titles it would definitely limit the amount of creativity that the designers had in making the game.  While Nintendo constantly has new ways of reinventing themselves the use of 16 bit graphics only allows them to do so much with Zelda games.  The 3D titles would not have been nearly as epic as they were if they were 16 bit.

Should Zelda: Oracle of Ages have been on the Ninendo Gamecube?

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When it comes down to the Legend of Zelda series Nintendo has produced many great titles for various game consoles over the past three decades.  Generally, when it comes down to choosing between old school titles from the 80’s-00’s and modern games its difficult for people to decide which one is the best overall in the series.  The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons may not be considered the best game in the entire series but it was definitely one that was fun to play for the Game Boy Color back in the early 00’s.  Even though, Zelda Oracle of Seasons was a 8 bit title for the Game Boy Advance it was still a considered a popular game along with Zelda: Oracle of Ages.

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Looking back of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages some people would probably agree that having both games on the Nintendo GameCube or even playable on the Wii through Virtual Console would have been cool back in the 00’s.   For the Nintendo Gamecube we had games such as the Legend of Zelda Wind Waker which was probably one of the most popular games in the series during the early 00’s.  But it would have been great to have Oracle of Seasons on the Nintendo Gamecube with the same exact graphics and gameplay as well.  Both Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and Ages could have been released as a two for one bundle at a very expensive price similar to hos the Sonic the Hedgehog Mega Collection was back in the day.

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Even though, Zelda Oracle of Seasons was released for the Game Boy Advance it still managed to sell over a million units worldwide along with Oracle of Ages. If both Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Age was released for the NES back in the early 90’s it probably would have done much better than it done for the Game Color.  Seeing both Zelda games as 3D titles would have been interesting as well but at the same time the old school 8 bit appeal would have been lost in the process.