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Aonuma: “I want Zelda (Wii U) to be vast!”

Longtime Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma has offered more insight on what he hopes to bring to the Wii U version of The Legend of Zelda. In a post on Nintendo of Japan’s official website, Aonuma writes how he wants the landscapes and various areas to be an important gameplay mechanic for the Zelda series’ next console installment. “I still won’t say so much about this, but we made it a them...

Aonuma: Yes, that was indeed Link in the Zelda Wii U teaser

Earlier this week, famed Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma stirred up a bit of debate on whether or not Link was the hero shown in the short Zelda Wii U teaser. When asked about Link’s appearance, Aonuma stated, “No one explicitly said that that was Link.”  Many who took the comment at face value began to question if the person shown in the trailer was possibly a new protagonist or even a female Li...

Aonuma on Link in new Zelda teaser: “No one explicitly said that that was Link.”

The short teaser for Zelda on the Wii U has the majority of E3 goers and all of social media talking when it was shown during Nintendo’s Digital Event this morning. What we know from the brief glimpse into the next-gen Zelda is two things: 1.) It will be open-world; and 2.) It looks beautiful in it’s early stages of development. But, there might be another detail that could have Ninten...

Open-world Zelda confirmed for Wii U

We were promised a tease of the new next-gen Zelda title for the Wii U, and that’s what we got during Nintendo’s Digital Event. In a brief presentation by longtime Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma, we are shown a glimpse of the world and art style to land of Hyrule. Aonuma later mentions the game will be open-world and the player can choose wherever they want to go. The short clip is embedde...

Nintendo almost showed off Zelda Wii U at E3 2013

At E3 2013, Nintendo has two Zelda titles on the show floor. The titles in particular are an HD remake of the Wind Waker for the Wii U and the other being a sequel to A Link to the Past for the 3DS. Yet, unbeknownst to us, a third Zelda title in development was almost revealed. Nintendo had contemplated about showing off their progress for the next Legend of Zelda title for the Wii U; however, the...