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It seems pretty hard to find players that still play Tri Force Heroes. The nature of the game made it this way, so I really can’t complain about it. I had fun playing it with many others in the Zelda communities for over 200 hours, which is a lot of time for a new Zelda game.

It would be nice to have something a little more lasting, though. It is the structure and nature of any Zelda game to be finite, so despite how many outfits and challenges you’re provided with, the game finds its and eventually. I suppose one way to keep the game going would be to have teams that tried to beat challenges and levels in quick timing.

I’m sure there are plenty of people out there that haven’t got all the outfits are completed all the challenges yet, but they lost interest in the game. Regular updates would have kept their attention perhaps. They slacked on the content, though.

I get the feeling they will have an update linked to the 30th anniversary. They should be releasing updates before that time, though, so the game can stay relevant. I would appreciate seeing even minor updates, even if it’s simply a new outfitter to to try out. Adding new things to the arena or providing us with new challenges to the stages that already exist would be easy. Simply adding a new challenge to every stage of the game would encourage dedicated players like myself to play the game in its entirety again. Nothing would make me happier.

Cells would continue to come in as well. Worldwide, it has Artie sold over 1 million copies. If they were to add small additions every now and then, the game would be kept in the news and people would continue playing the game, thus generating more sales as people join in on the fun. The drought in this game now feels like Nintendo missed an opportunity. I am just hoping they have not abandoned this game for good.