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    NOA: NX Coming March 2017


    DZComposer

    NOA tweeted that NX will be launching in March, and that the new Zelda will be given the Twilight Princess treatment and release on both NX and Wii U.

     

    According to the investor report, Zelda will be the only new game playable at E3, pretty much confirming that the Wii U is dead.

     

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