We've received loads of similar letter and it hasn't escaped our attention many internet sites have debunked our story based on Nintendo's carefully worded statement (which, if you decode the PR-speak, actually boils down to them saying 'no comment'). So we'd like to set the record straight. The story about Zelda appearing on Revolution isn't speculation; it is fact. We were told this by a trusted source at Nintendo, and we have no reason to doubt it. We understand why Nintendo issued it's statement - after all, this news wasn't supposed to break until E3 show in May - but we're 100% accurate when we assure you that Twilight Princess will be a Revolution title.
Well, I think ^^^ Is a load of crap.
Heres my proof that it's not gonna come out for some revolution thing.
I have pre-ordered my Zelda TP (Due date is April 22th, I'm pretty sure), and if I'm wrong and it really is for the revolution crap, I'm going to file a complaint, or SOMETHING!
Well they might not be.... What I heard when reserving my copy was taht they are putting the title out for both systems, MIGHT put the title out for both systems rather. So they could not be lying. Nintendo themsleves has confimed that it will be a gamecube reales, there are too many people who have it reserved for them to switch systems.
That web page has not been updated since last E3. And if they are making it for rev. then they would reveal it at until next E3. I taking neater side of this argument but im seeing more evidence that It has been delayed again. I mainly believe that the game would be on a GC disk but if you put it in the Rev, you can play using the rev controller. They might be using the game to show what the rev controller can do at next E3, and that might be why they don't want us to know.
Endermen know you're watching them, and they don't like it.
Well, we already knew that. Nintendo wants the GameCube to go out with a bang that rivals that of the first and second Death Stars, so it's obvious that Twilight Princess is going to be a GameCube title. Since Nintendo wants Twilight Princess to be recieving most of the sales attention for some time, I think it'd be safe to say that the Revolution should be hitting shelves in time for the holidays, that is, if it is going to come out in 2006.
When questioned about this exact issue, either Iwata or Miyamoto said that TP is definitely for the GameCube. He did not say, however, if it would have Revolution abilities.
It's possible that NGC's info was something along the lines of TP being on the Revolution development list or something.
Also, TP being a GC/Rev title makes sense, when you consider its history...
First, they delay TP, stating they want to make it better. However, they didn't specifically state what they were improving or adding.
Just a bit later, the Rev controller is revealed with a clip of what is obviously a hint at what a future Zelda might be.
Then we get all these rumors about TP being on Revolution, followed by the cross-over speculation, and Nintendo's firm announcement that it will be on the GameCube.