Publisher Limited Running Games has released a new trailer related to Arzette: Faramore's JewelA platform game inspired by the bad Zelda games released on CD-i. pre-order opening date: February 2, 2024.
Yes, even Nintendo franchises have their own skeletons in the closet, in this case they're called Link: The Faces of Evil and Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon.
Arzette specifically deals with the rude animated TV series One of the two titles is so bad that it has become a classic landmark and an object of worship. So much so that Arzette's development studio, Seedy Eye Software, sees the game as a spiritual sequel to CD-i's golden double. After all, if that unfortunate console is occasionally mentioned, it's thanks to them.
The development team highlights several names: artist Rob Dunlavey, Digital Foundry's John Linneman, Audi Sorlie, voice actors Jeffrey Rath and Bonnie Jean Wilbur, and award-winning composer Jake “Button Masher” Silverman. ” Fulkerson was clearly struck by the ugliness of the two aforementioned Zeldas.
As you can see, the trailer shows off new gameplay and animation sequences compared to the announcement trailer. What should be added at this point? Let's hope the game is just as smooth and wooden.