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Zelda x Ghibli Studio fanmade trailer
/ 29 September 2016

Every game freak knows that The Legend Of Zelda is one of the greatest series in video game history. The story line, the songs, the picture, everything about Zelda and Link is so great and all the movie lovers knows that Studio Ghibli creates the most amazing animation movies ever. What if Studio Ghibli made the animation movie for The Legend Of Zelda? We bet it’s gonna be epic and beautiful. Well, someone is about to make your dream come true by releasing a teaser of Zelda in the style of Studio Ghibli!

The bad news is, it’s just a fan made video. The artist who made the video, Matt Vince, were using Hayao Miyazaki’s style and nailed it! Last year, Vince teased us by posting a Studio Ghibli x Legend of Zelda poster concepts. The trailer he made shows us a shot of Kakariko Village and that one made my heart flutter a bit. He even adds a heartwarming “Zelda’s Lullaby” piano cover by Kyle Landry, that sounds like Joe Hisaishi was composing the song. It is clear that the Studio Ghibli vibe in that video is so strong. The trailer video successfully fooled us into mistaking it for an actual Studio Ghibli movie. Is there any campaign to make this happen, please?

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Anida Bajumi

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