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De'Vout Numelran Dec 6, 2012 @ 6:22pm
Legend of Zelda- Windwaker and Twilight Princess
I saw Sonic Adventure 2 on Steam. This was also for Gamecube. So, I was wondering, Why not Windwaker and Twilight princess? These were my numbe rone favorite gamecube games. Anyone else think this is a good idea? I certainly think so.
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WeeabooJudas Dec 6, 2012 @ 7:29pm 
Because Nintendo has never made a PC version of their games.

Ever.

SA2 is owned by Sega so they can choose what they do with it, but I wouldn't expect a first-party title.
De'Vout Numelran Dec 6, 2012 @ 9:59pm 
Its a shame. Its an Epic series. XD
wilco64256 Dec 7, 2012 @ 10:14am 
Originally posted by WeeabooJudas:
Because Nintendo has never made a PC version of their games.

Ever.

Here's a few games that disagree with you:

Mario Teaches Typing
Mario Teaches Typing 2
Mario's Time Machine
Super Mario Bros. Print World
Mario is Missing!
Mario's Game Gallery
Mario's Early Years
De'Vout Numelran Dec 7, 2012 @ 10:44am 
Lots of PC mario games. XD

Wheres Zelda XDD
Elizerection Dec 7, 2012 @ 1:39pm 
Originally posted by POSwilco64256:
Originally posted by WeeabooJudas:
Because Nintendo has never made a PC version of their games.

Ever.

Here's a few games that disagree with you:

Mario Teaches Typing
Mario Teaches Typing 2
Mario's Time Machine
Super Mario Bros. Print World
Mario is Missing!
Mario's Game Gallery
Mario's Early Years

Nintendo didn't make any of those games.
Flotilla Dec 17, 2012 @ 6:14pm 
Originally posted by Erinduck:
Originally posted by POSwilco64256:
Originally posted by WeeabooJudas:
Because Nintendo has never made a PC version of their games.

Ever.

Here's a few games that disagree with you:

Mario Teaches Typing
Mario Teaches Typing 2
Mario's Time Machine
Super Mario Bros. Print World
Mario is Missing!
Mario's Game Gallery
Mario's Early Years

Nintendo didn't make any of those games.

Beyond THAT, all of those games were from a time where Nintendo was much more lenient with how their IPs were distributed. Just because Donkey Kong was on the Atari 2600 doesn't mean that they'll happily port it to PC now that they have a captive audience.
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Date Posted: Dec 6, 2012 @ 6:22pm
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