DLC would be pefect for zelda

#1omniryuPosted 1/6/2013 6:26:28 PM
I have been thinking awhile about the Zelda series. I wanna bring this up first because it would lead up to my main point. I'm growing disinterest in the same/similar map of Hyrule.
It has the same desert at the west, mountain up north, lake to south and grass in the center. Worst, it is land lock. Ocarina of time & Twilight Princess (sometime Wind Waker and Skyward Sword). Every time i go to the edge of Hyrule, I always want to go beyond. But, since I'm not an idiot, I know there is an abyss that i will fall down and die.

This brings me to me idea (which really come from a couple of snes rpgs). Make the next have Zelda multiple continent or land. Like go on a ship or other method and travel. it will have islands and continent. Make each DLC add a new continent or island. With two or three dungeons and at least one town. My other idea is to let other developers get a crack at DLC. We always wanted other developers to try. So this way would be perfect. You have Nintendo handling the main core mechanics and main overworld and the main dungeon. Let some trustworthy devs try the DLC dungeon and DLC overworld.

Whenever I play Assassin Creed's 3 I love the frontier. To me it is the true successor to A Link To The Past overworld in terms of content. In most 3D Zelda (Majora Mask and Skyward Sword is a somewhat an exception of this) The overworld is just sometime fillers. Everybody knows Capcom would be a warm welcome. Retro Studio can also get time to shine. Just my thoughts. And again. The DLC would have nothing to do with the main plot. It could pertain to the overall timeline story.
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#2YoyokuKOPosted 1/6/2013 6:59:26 PM
no

i didn't need to read the whole thing.
unless its free, then no.
#3GAMERCAMRYPosted 1/6/2013 7:02:35 PM
YoyokuKO posted...
no

i didn't need to read the whole thing.
unless its free, then no.

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#4XRay2984Posted 1/6/2013 7:04:44 PM
If you want Skyrim, the search bar is at the top of the page. I'll take my Zelda without DLC please. Unlike in most open world games, Zelda dungeons are actually creative and relevant to some plot.
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#5LUlGIPosted 1/6/2013 7:04:54 PM
(Free) DLC would be perfect for every game.
#6ColorfulColorsPosted 1/6/2013 7:06:20 PM
DLC isn't good for anything.
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#7ZvolTxPosted 1/6/2013 7:10:32 PM
Extra post-launch dungeons would be great, even if they aren't free. There are those of us that don't get a whole lot of enjoyment out of playing the exact same thing over and over again, so adding post endgame content would be amazing for me, especially since Zelda is my favorite franchise.
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#8YoyokuKOPosted 1/6/2013 7:19:15 PM
ZvoLtx posted...
Extra post-launch dungeons would be great, even if they aren't free. There are those of us that don't get a whole lot of enjoyment out of playing the exact same thing over and over again, so adding post endgame content would be amazing for me, especially since Zelda is my favorite franchise.


buy extended filler
buy next new game

only one of those choices make sense
#9omniryu(Topic Creator)Posted 1/6/2013 7:21:00 PM
XRay2984 posted...
If you want Skyrim, the search bar is at the top of the page. I'll take my Zelda without DLC please. Unlike in most open world games, Zelda dungeons are actually creative and relevant to some plot.


Like most snes rpg their overworld and dungeon are important too. And what's wrong with having more dungeons?
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#10jesse7150Posted 1/6/2013 7:22:09 PM
omniryu posted...
Make the next have Zelda multiple continent or land. Like go on a ship or other method and travel.


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