And if they do make it mutiplayer then they also could make a creating and building program that you could download onto the PSP and create stuff on the go, then upload it using PS3 to further upload it to the online world. I think that would make this game a definate buy for most PS3 owners.
I hope that they make this game with an online multiplayer update so that you can perhaps contribute to an immense village or kingdom, such as building houses or making creatures.
And if nintendo lawyers don't get rid of it then Atlus will probably wait a while and then lower the price to 20$.
This looks incredible, although I'm sure it's far less appealing to anyone who grew up after the 8-bit era.
I thought it was going to be a PSN 15 dollar download... O' well maybe it will be worth the 40 bucks; we'll just have to wait and see
Why is $40 expensive for this game and how is it a rip off, OH yeah games need big beautiful graphics and no originality to sell for $60.
$ 40(minus 1 cent)??? mmmm i think its a little to expensive for a game like this, 20 bucks will be ok i think.
FEMALE PREVIEWER WTF! lol just kidding. Bout time, i thought gamespot was turning into a bit of a sausage fest.
Um... interesting concept... but... I will pass. Thanks :P It would be awesome do (and I had this idea before) that the 3D world, mecanics, gameplay, graphics and effects improved with the storyline and things changed... Making it look 8bit to what games look like now.
A cross between Zelda: a Link to the Past and Legos. Interesting. To bad it's an exclusive for a system I don't have.
Hm...the game looks pretty promising, and I've never been a big fan of Zelda. It certainly has a unique look about it, and appears fun to play. I do wonder why the MSRP is so low. Not that I'm complaining. Lower prices=better for us, the consumer.