>A New Generation Begins was real.
I told you it was real, dumbasses! You were all wrong, just like the people who defend Hyrule Historia. Every single one of you on /v/ who said this was fake yesterday.
>very first teaser comes out
>everyone immediately recognizes that this is Link/Zelda daughter in a post-curse world
>Nintendo denies it like the petulant child they are
>still goes through with it
also the game is going to look like shit, everything shown so far is laughable bullshots.
how new are you?
>"This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Creative Minds and Souls LLC."
>make a video and put the name of any company and "your company"
>send it to game bloggers saying it is a leak
>upload your video to youtube
>complain about your video and wait to youtube delete it
>say every body it is real!!
Nintendo didn't deny anything. Some fan uploaded the video on youtube with a big bold title and description claiming that it was fake and everyone and their mothers bought it like the gullible fish they are.
Nintendo got their army of lawyers numbering 12,000 strong to threaten to sue everyone into oblivion if they didnt forcibly remove all traces of the video, screenshots, or even detailed posts.
The YouTube copyright claim was by "Creative Minds and Souls LLC". Some quick googling brings up http://nintendoenthusiast.com/news/rumor-nintendo-preparing-new-hype-video-for-zelda-wii-u-targeted-at-adults-who-played-original-game/ which seems to have the basic idea.
In summary: it ain't shit to care about brah
Yeah, that sounds likely. As we all know, it's completely possible to remove all traces of something from the internet. Leaks never happen because they don't exist. I mean, what the hell is a leak?
Zelda is a Nintendo copyright. A third-party can't do jack against who uploads that video if they're not officially endorsed. It's like trying to stop someone from reposting your fan-fiction.