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Miyamoto Talks 'Hyrule Historia' and Names His Favorite Famicom Games I MTV Multiplayer

"Hyrule Historia" is the definitive collection of thirty years worth of “The Legend of Zelda” history. Its 280 pages are packed to the brim with art, designs, factoids, and even a timeline for all of the games in this beloved series. So, with all of that information, who better to give us their take on some of the most intriguing pieces included in the book, than series creator Shigeru Miyamoto? At a recent interview we asked Mr. Miyamoto for his thoughts on the book, as well as what were favorite parts of "Hyrule Historia."

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jsoncip381297d ago

Golf ... I find Golf to be the most surprising part of this.

Canary1293d ago

I think Golf games (and Tennis games) are among the only sports games worth anything / the only sports games with the potential of ever being good... because they typically simulate the experience of playing, rather than watching.

So, er, what I'm getting at is that Sports games may have an abyssmal reputation thanks to EA and all the Football/Baseball/Basketball/S occer titles released in the past several decades, but that kind of nonsense doesn't malign every sports game.

And some of those NES golf games were pretty damn fun.

CouldHaveYelledUiiW1296d ago

Nes Golf? Sigh... Another Mario game, just like NES Tennis who does Mario think he is judging me?

Actually, I do want to see Nintendo make a return to making a serious sports title.
I just want to see what they could bring that's new.