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Amazon.com and GameStop have begun taking pre-orders for the gorgeous The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker Reborn for Wii U. The item is currently available for pre-order at Amazon.com and is priced at $59.99. Nintendo has yet to confirm a release date for the game, but they have said that it’s coming later this year for Wii U. The company also said that the game will feature overhauled visuals, and new and exciting gameplay elements.

Thanks, Craig

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  1. Why do you keep calling it “Reborn?” The only time it’s ever been linked to the word reborn was when they said “Wind Waker, reborn on Wii U.” Note the comma right there. The game’s title (for now at least) is “The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD.”

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  2. Me wanting this now!!! No want to waiting!!! Late is to late for end this!!!
    But seriously… I cannot wait… Fire emblem is comming out tomorrow in the US….
    Nintendo ♥♡♥♡♥♡…

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  3. I don’t bother pre-ordering because within a 10 mile radius from where I live, there are more than 15 different places where I can purchase my software or hardware of choice…from day one! Guaranteed!

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  4. THE WII U :

    1) HD windwaker remake with finese and class
    2) Unreal Engine 3 and 4 check
    3) CryEngine 3 check
    4) Unity engine 4 Check
    5) Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate 1080 P ( with 3DS cross play ) with irritatiing gunners check
    6) Pikmin 3 Check
    7) Support of more controllers than any console ever built check
    8) Miyamoto stepping out and silencing the naysayers with his new IP ‘PRICELESS!’

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  5. Im sorry but i just dont wanna spent 60$ on a game ive all ready beaten twice. No urge to play through it again regardless of what it looks like or what they add. Personally think Nintendo remaking this and not putting more employees working on the new one is just stupid.

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    • It is just a listing price for the game, though I wouldn’t be surprised if it is a full priced game. And they are remaking the game for the sole fact that the new Zelda will take a while to finish .

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  6. Just to clear this up, the game is not going to be called The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker Reborn because when Aonuma was talking about the game, he said Wind Waker, reborn for Wii U, not Wind Waker Reborn for Wii U. It’s amazing what difference a comma makes.

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  7. Its not called “Wind Waker Reborn.” Its just “Wind Waker.” When they announced it, they said: The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, reborn on the Wii U.” So, its reborn on the wii U, not called “Reborn”

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  8. I’m very thankful Amazon isn’t listing any product reviews on this one yet. Some of things people write BEFORE an item is even released are laughable. It winds up being someone repeating Wikipedia info or discussing how much they are looking forward to the title.

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  9. Does anyone else think for this game they should redo the soundtrack with an orchestra because after hearing The Wind Waker Symphonic Movement from the anniversary CD I know the whole soundtrack would be epic if it was all orchestra.
    Who agrees with me..

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  10. I’ll get the game if the price goes down (assuming it’ll be that high). Would prefer a download too but yeah I can wait on this one. Great game, but in no rush to play it again.

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  11. I think it’s stupid to pre-order a game when the release date hasn’t even been announced yet. Then again, I don’t understand why ANYONE pre-orders games. Just wait until they’re released, go to the store and buy it. What’s so difficult about that? I could understand if a person lived in a place where video games wasn’t sold.

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  12. never owned a gamecube, or any console that generation, i was still playing my n64 then haha, so i never picked up this zelda so i am keen as a bean for this game :)

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    • Yeah, that’s the only time I EVER pre-order a game. When there’s some sort of irresistable bonus that comes along with it. And yes, the Ocarina Of Time Master Quest game WAS the best pre-order bonus ever.

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