Am I the only one who wants Zelda Wii U to release on NX?

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Dr.Vita said:
S.Peelman said:
It would probably be for the best in every aspect for the game, from looks to sales, however it would be such a shame if WiiU would become the first console without it's own Zelda game.

I'll get it whenever and wherever it releases.


Windwaker was Gamecubes Zelda.

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AlfredoTurkey said:
Dr.Vita said:


Windwaker was Gamecubes Zelda.

I agree, a decade old remaster is hardly the same as a cross gen title. 

*Edit* Let's put it this way. In a decade I will be completely fine with it coming to a new console.

bigtakilla said:
archer9234 said:
UncleScrooge said:
I would prefer it on NX as a launch title.

The Wii U is selling bad and Nintendo can't keep releasing high budget games for it: Software has a hard time recouping dev costs already, how are they supposed to make money with a high budget, open world Zelda game that only sells 1-2m units on the on-life-support Wii U in late 2016? I'm sure Nintendo wants you guys to have your Wii U Zelda game but they can't continue to burn money on the console. The Wii U is a failed concept with an expensive controller their first party developers are still struggling to integrate into their games 3 years after the release of the console. They need to move on and release a new console.

Why on earth would Zelda sell that low. Even on crappy system sales of Wii U. Smash sold excellent. So did MK8. Zelda on Wii U would sell its normal 4 million easily. Even Skyward Sword being bashed to hell. And Wii dead. It sold that much. Unless somehow Zelda U has some huge change that is universally panned. Like hire the voices from the Zelda CDI games. Or pull a Metroid OM.

I would actually be intrigued so much, it would actually make me more interested. Like the seeing a train wreck into a bus full of convicts that had a bomb on it that blew up if the bus goes under 50mph right next to a fire works store.

I know I am in the minority. 

It would be the pure definition of AVGN's theme line "Pour diareha down in his ear."