Right, a quick catch up: NGC magazine recently revealed that it had gotten its hands on reliable information suggesting that Nintendo's upcoming Zelda: Twilight Princess would include features making use of the Revolution's wand-wavy controller when the disc was rammed inside the company's next-gen console. In response, Nintendo released an official statement claiming that "The article in the January edition of NGC Magazine is pure speculation. Nintendo have made no new announcements regarding The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess."
Now however, NGC has responded to Nintendo's response on website pressstartonline.co.uk. Martin Kitts, the magazine's editor, states that "The news came from somebody senior at Nintendo who, admittedly, probably shouldn't have let it slip before E3." Kitts stands by NGC's claims, explaining that the "news piece wasn't a load of bull - it's direct from the people who are making the game."
Frankly, given the non-committal, non-denial nature of Nintendo's statement, we're more than happy to believe that there's some truth to the NGC's claims that Twilight Princess will be in some way compatible with the Revolution's spangly new input device, whatever form that eventually takes. Obviously, until Nintendo releases details officially, it's the magazine's word against the company's. Still, the prospect of hacking Hyrule infidels to death with a quick swing of the Rev's controller is exciting enough to have us clinging onto our continually ebbing hope - although, to be honest, we'd settle for Nintendo just getting the damn game out for GameCube now, we've been waiting so long.
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