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Nintendo does get points for at least letting people pretend to be outside.

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Breath of the Wild

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.

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"I'm going to need a bigger bow"

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.

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Long wait

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is set to come out for the Wii U and Nintendo NX in 2017.

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Where the wild things are

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.

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Sneak peek

Lucky fans getting a chance to try out the highly anticipated game, which was announced all the way back in 2013.

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Hyrulian glory

A good look at Nintendo's promotional shrine to the Legend of Zelda.

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Sort your pouch out

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.

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Phase one

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.

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Familiar surroundings

The massive room was decorated with greenery and a temple design familiar to any Legend of Zelda fan.

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Where's Link when you need him?

A fan poses for a photo op.

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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.

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