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Nintendo does get points for at least letting people pretend to be outside.
The Legend of Zelda influence was still strong, though. But we can't really blame Nintendo -- the trailer for Breath of the Wild really did blow us away.
An action-shot statue of Link brandishing his bow and arrow at a nasty looking enemy. Hopefully those arrows can pierce the skin of armoured lizard monstrocities.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is set to come out for the Wii U and Nintendo NX in 2017.
A good look at one of the creature types you'll be taking down in Breath of the Wild. This critter resembles an evil Stitch, of "Lilo & Stitch" fame.
Lucky fans getting a chance to try out the highly anticipated game, which was announced all the way back in 2013.
A good look at Nintendo's promotional shrine to the Legend of Zelda.
Breath of the Wild's sandbox is said to be 12 times bigger than the world in 2006's Twilight Princess. So you'll need to pack appropriately.
A crowd can be seen playing the game on the Wii U's controller. We don't yet know how it'll be played on the yet-to-be-revealed Nintendo NX.
The massive room was decorated with greenery and a temple design familiar to any Legend of Zelda fan.
A fan poses for a photo op.
As you can tell, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was Nintendo's main focus, but the company also showed off Pokemon Sun and Moon at the show.