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An idea for the BEST ZELDA GAME EVER.

2009-05-17 06:39:24 by Kuro

There's a young, insignificant boy. He lives his life normally, until by some twist of fate his previously ideal lifestyle is thrown into disarray. With the help of a small female sidekick to guide him on his way, the boy must recover the pieces of an ancient power in order to overcome the threat to the kingdom that he calls his home.

Oh, and it's set in a steam punk world filled with trains, airships and robots.

No longer is Hyrule filled with green fields, instead the industrial revolution has led to an outgrowth of Castle town, which is now a huge metropolis with several levels, the top being the upper class, and the bottom the lower. The only way to move around is through the system of trains and elevators that the tyrannical government has put in place. Airships are available to take high ranking citizens to distant lands.

Humans have staked their claim to the world, and after a war that lasted only three hours have come out on top as the dominant species. Gorons are treated as second class citizens, forced to do hard labour in the lowermost reaches of Castle Town and in Death Mountain. Death Mountain is now a towering factory, its smog staining the Hylian sky a murky brown.

With the spread of the city, Lake Hylia has been covered and the numbers of the Zora are dwindling. They can only survive in the sewers of Castle Town, and in the homes of the upper class. Fairies have since died out; the bulldozing of the forests sapped them of their power, and they were left as food for the goblins, who have since been employed by the Government.

Also, there are robots there. They're also on the lower levels.

The monarchy is still intact, but they are now only figureheads. The real power lies in the advisor to the King; a mysterious being, who never shows his face in public.

With the invention of gunpowder, the sword has shown little use in recent times. However, the only access to guns is given to top soldiers of the Government. The underground rebels that exist in the city have to settle for a hybrid between modern weapons, and the weapons of the old heroes. As they have discovered that their primitive weapons will be no match to the cannons and gatling guns that protect the Government building, they are searching for a lost magic that will grant them the revolution they desire.

The hero will join one of these underground units in order to take down the Government, and will acquire identification to allow him to proceed to higher levels of Castle Town as the game goes on.

Also, Link speaks, God damnit!

An idea for the BEST ZELDA GAME EVER.


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neku740neku740

2009-05-19 19:36:48

This would be asswome expect its zelda did you forget.

Kuro responds:

I just think that Zelda would be better if it was Metropolis.


KnightsKnights

2009-05-21 21:34:05

Taking the news of Spirit Tracks well, I see.

Kuro responds:

That game takes the least interesting parts of my game description.

It needs more class warfare.


YoshiRacer1YoshiRacer1

2009-05-23 04:08:28

Yes.... It's a great idea.


supyohos123supyohos123

2009-05-23 14:54:41

From the future a machine travels back in time to kill Link because of the threat he poses to the computer system that took over the world and killed off most of the humans. That's the first half. The second half takes place seven years into the future.

Kuro responds:

Yeah I think that Zelda would be better if the series just started replicating different old movies.

If Ganondorf was the anthropomorphic personification of Skynet, that would be pretty cool.


SawdustSawdust

2009-05-28 04:21:14

And Link has a lightsaber

Kuro responds:

No, he has a steam powered sword.


MansellMansell

2009-05-30 09:37:50

Its like Zelda meets Final Fantasy 10, chuck in a little Bioshock, and vwola!

Good idea though, pretty intresting.


EnconXVEnconXV

2009-05-30 23:52:46

Sounds a reeeal nice idea, except for one thing: Link has to remain a silent protagonist.

Kuro responds:

No he does not.

All that does is make Link a character I can't care about. He's not a person; he's just the personification of 'courage.'


SawdustSawdust

2009-06-02 04:31:39

And would the steam power?

Fucking lasers, that's what.

Kuro responds:

Nope.

It would power the chopping mechanism of Link's sword.

It would make all these cool "Chhhhhh" "Kschhhhhhh" noises as he killed the bourgeoisie scum.