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there are plenty of games that offer what you are looking for. there's no need for Nintendo to drastically change their franchises just to cater to certain demographic.
Sorry but they should change their games. Zelda has been basically the same for their last 3 consoles. It's what fans want and it's what will sell. I'm sorry but G rated rainbows don't cut it for entertainment value. Most of you think you owe Nintendo something and have to support them no matter what, but remember its your money, don't be afraid to buy other things. I just recently played Assassins Creed, can't help but think that's how Zelda should be.
Been the same for a lot longer than 3 consoles....how old are you exactly?? Nintendo is not going to change their core games, no matter how much you convince yourself that's what the "fans" want.
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If you want a M rated zelda buy the franchise from nintendo build a game company,or ask other game company to make the game. Ad everything you like such violence,blood and give sex scene with zelda and publish it,then if it sell millions your right they should change it if not then your wrong.
They don't have to do anything. If your manliness is dependant on the graphics your games have, you have more deep rooted issues. If you want to experience truly realistic graphics, try walking outside once in a while. Fresh air might do you some good too.
Fanboys are a cancer to gaming but Sony fanboys are a particularly aggressive and repulsive form.
There's Playstation FOUR, obviously not planning to change anything, not that I'm complaining. How many call of dudies are there? Which Halo are we on? Nintendo is the last thing that you should be complaining about with change and stubbornness. Nintendo probably changed the most.
Not exactly, but a sign of aging and maturity is that things that entertained you when you were seven are not very entertaining anymore. If a grown man was watching Yu Gi Oh, most adults would think they have serious problems and are borderline pedo. Are you telling me you really think Mario is entertaining if you found it entertaining at a young age? I played the very first Mario game when I was about 5-6, sorry but I've grown up and it really isn't all that fun.
To paraphrase someone who I can't presently remember, "Maturity is not making fun of the things you did as a child, it is admitting you still do them".
EDIT: I was paraphrasing C.S. Lewis. Good on ya Lord_Kagato :) Didn't realise there were so many pages before posting :P
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