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Twilight Princess Delayed.

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Perrin Kaplan, VP of Marketing and Corporate Affairs at Nintendo of America, officially states that Zelda: Twilight Princess will be delayed until sometime after March 31, 2006, well beyond the prior official release date/window of “Holiday 2005.” Ostensibly, this extra time will be used for “new levels, more depth and even higher quality,” and will coincide with a “new global launch in 2006” to follow the current fiscal year (which ends on March 31st of 2006). What this translates to is that TP won’t be out anywhere until sometime after March next year.

 

As a significant number of GameCube owners are (or were) looking forward to the release of the final Zelda of this console generation, it’s understandable when news sites and retailers begin to eagerly speculate concerning Twilight Princess’s eventual release date. Amazon even threw up November 14th of this year as a possible date, though the online giant would have no problem disavowing it as a placeholder if newer information were to arrive

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I read about this on another board yesterday. I think it's good that it's delayed, so the developers can really look into possible bugs and add more features.

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what agozer said. They might add some more feature's. Hopefully it makes an advantage to the game and some extra gameplay. If only zelda you gained levels and got xp for kills. It would be more rewarding and actually worth killing guys cause on the first zelda i barely attacked monsters only if i had to.

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