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Last night Nintendo unveiled a new DS Zelda title, The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass - and we've got a trailer of it for you to check out on Eurogamer TV.
As you can see, the game uses a Wind Waker-style cel-shaded graphical approach, but is shot top-down like old-school Zelda titles, occasionally changing perspective when it suits the gameplay.
There looks to be some neat touch-screen use - straight away Link's seen drawing a symbol to open a gate, and later he seems to mark numbers on a map when he finds the information on a stone in a dungeon.