Eiji Aonuma

Miyamoto experimenting with 2D Zelda, may be bringing it to 3DS

A Link to the Past was the first game in the Zelda franchise that make me a lifelong fan of everything Hyrule. Sure, I had played the NES Legend of Zelda titles, but there was just something about the depth found the in SNES classic that really hit a homerun in my book. From the muli-leveled dungeons, to the collect-a-thon that was the 24 hidden pieces of heart, A Link to the Past had so much to o...

Next Zelda for 3DS will be original, not a remake. May or may not be in the works.

In an interview with Mygames.pt, Eiji Aonuma and Koji Kondo were on hand to discuss a few questions about the Zelda franchise at the live 25th anniversary Legend of Zelda concert at the Hammersmith Apollo Theater in London. Amongst the questions of Zelda music and Skyward Sword details, is a real nugget of information about a Zelda title for 3DS. Keep in mind that this is an Portuguese to English ...

Nintendo already thinking about an original on Zelda 3DS

The Legend of Zelda is one of Nintendo’s biggest franchises after Mario, and each of the games in the series have been given extra special attention because of it (if you don’t count the CD-i titles, because really, who does?). This means that when a new Zelda title is released, gamers pay extra special attention to it. Nintendo knows this. As such, series producer Eiji Aonuma has gone on reco...

Eiji Aonuma wants to work on a new game, but not Zelda

In an interview with Industry Gamers, Eiji Aonuma discusses his wish to work on a non-Zelda title. Makes sense, Aonuma has been with the franchise since Ocarina of Time. Industry Gamers: Speaking of the personal side, do you wish at times that you could work on something other than Zelda? You’ve been sort of the go-to guy for the Zelda franchise for a long time now. Do you have a creative desire...

Eiji Aonuma talks Skyward Sword, Zelda not a princess this time around

In an interview about upcoming Wii title The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, Eiji Aonuma talks to Famitsu Magazine and reveals some slightly spoilery details. If you are attempting to keep pure and avoid all Skyward Sword info, you probably won’t want to click through.

In case you missed it, Zelda: Skyward Sword is being directed by one of my favorites

His name: Hidemaro Fujibayashi. Other games he’s directed: The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages/Seasons, The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords and… wait for it… The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap (aka my favorite 2D Zelda ever)! Eiji Aonuma, the go-to console director of late, is great. But I’m anxious to see where Fujibayashi takes the series, even if the graphics aren’t ...

Wii Zelda pushed back to refine visual style

Nintendo stated during their E3 press conference that they had wanted to finish The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword in time for holiday release, but decided instead to aim for an early 2011 release date to ensure quality.  What will they be working on with those extra months? According to Shigeru Miyamoto and Eiji Aonuma, it’s the games visual style. Speaking of the game at an E3 roundtable,...

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